Yes, there are DESIGNATED smoking areas in Disney Parks and Resorts. Find out all of the info in Did You Know: Designated Smoking Areas At Disney World Parks & Resorts.
Did You Know: Designated Smoking Areas At Disney World Parks & Resorts
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Smoking in Disney World Parks
Smoking in Disney World is permitted. However, just like with everything else, there ARE rules to follow. Please make sure you follow the rules. I do not personally smoke, but to each his own. We think it’s important to let our readers know where these areas are and how to find them. Besides the obvious “smoking” signs, you can also grab a park map. Those areas are clearly listed on your park map and on the My Disney Experience app for your phone. As of right now, the following areas are designated smoking areas in Disney Parks.
- Main Entrance
- Big Thunder Mountain (across from attraction)
- Walkway To Tomorrowland
- Future World East and West both have smoking areas
- China Pavilion
- Italy Pavilion
- Japan Pavilion
- Showcase Plaza West
- Sunset Blvd.
- Grand Avenue
- Main Entrance
- Main Entrance
- Bradley Falls
Smoking in Disney World Resorts
There are also smoking areas in all of the resort areas. You can easily find them on the resort map or by asking a cast member. Smoking is allowed in select outdoor smoking locations only. A fee up to $500 will be charged to Guests smoking in the following non-smoking areas:
- Guest rooms, including patio and balcony areas
- Indoor and outdoor common areas
Please note: smoking marijuana is not permitted at any time in Disney Resort hotels, even in designated smoking areas. So leave you gaunga and bongs at home, please! 🙂
Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground
Smoking is permitted at campsites, on cabin porches and in designated outdoor smoking locations. Smoking is not permitted inside cabins.
Smoking is permitted in clearly marked, designated areas only. These areas are subject to change due to ongoing expansion efforts. Check the Disney Springs Guide-map or My Disney Experience mobile app for specific locations. As of right now, the following areas are designated smoking areas in Disney Springs.
- Strawberry Parking Lot Area
- Goofy’s Candy Co.
- Design A Tee
- Characters In Flight
- Morimoto Asia
How to Find Smoking Areas
For up to date smoking locations in Disney World, you can go HERE. We hope you have enjoyed Did You Know: Designated Smoking Areas At Disney World Parks & Resorts
Tips for Smokers
- There are designated areas for smoking in the parks and resorts. Please find them and use them accordingly.
- Smoking areas change frequently, so don’t expect them to be in the same place as before.
- Some parks have more smoking areas than others.
- Be respectful and do not smoke where it’s not permitted. Yes, that means don’t blaze it up while walking down the middle of Main Street, USA.
Tips for Non-Smokers
- There are designated areas for smoking in the parks and resorts. Please find them and stay away if you do not like being around the smoke.
- Be respectful. Yes, that means don’t be rude when you “accidentally” walk into an area that is designated for smokers. They are located in “out of the way” areas.
Best piece of advice for non-smokers: Pay close attention to those SIGNS AT DISNEY! They will help out and you won’t accidentally run into a smoking section when you do not want to.
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