Can You Walk From Old Key West to Disney Springs? | Easily Explained

Disney has a massive amounts of properties, and if it's your first time visiting, it can get a little confusing.

Don't worry we are here to help. In this page we will cover if you can walk from Disney's Old Key West Resort to Disney Springs.

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Can You Walk From Old Key West to Disney Springs?

It depends on whether you're in a hurry, what time of day it is, and/or if you want some exercise. From Old Key West to Disney Springs is about a 1.3 mile walk, which can take around 30 minutes. If you're in a hurry, it may not be the best way to get to Disney Springs.

Additionally, if you're making this walk in the afternoon, you may get sweaty quickly.

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About the Walk

Overall it's a very relaxing walk as guests will travel mostly through a golf course, until they finally reach the Disney Springs parking lot, and see Cirque du Soleil. Some guests will even use this path to exercise in the mornings.

Getting There

The walk will take guests through the Saratoga Springs Nature path, and it will be made up of mostly a sidewalk experience.

The trail begins by making a sharp turn right into a golf course, then they'll cross over the Sassagou river, and continue navigating through the golf course, until they make a right again into the car parking lot.

Once there, guests will walk by the Strawberry parking lot, and turn into the Watermelon parking lot to finally reach Disney Springs.

Boat Ride

If walking isn't for you, have no fear. There is a very soothing boat ride that can take guests from Old Key West to Disney Springs known as the D.V.C Ferry.

The Ferry runs every 20 minutes and is available from 10 am to 11 pm. 

Along with being relaxing, it is a perfect way to sightsee on the water with a unique view, from the center of the Springs.

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