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Best orlando area timeshare for small children

Indy

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I was wondering what would be the best timeshares in the Orlando area with a 5 and 2 year old. We plan to go to Disney for one day and spend the rest of the time at the resort.
 

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I was wondering what would be the best timeshares in the Orlando area with a 5 and 2 year old. We plan to go to Disney for one day and spend the rest of the time at the resort.
What are you using to book or exchange in. RCI, II, something else?
 

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Marriot Harbour Lake
IMO…Harbour Lake
 

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Holiday Inn's Orange Lake. Large resort with many activities and very easy access to Disney.
 

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Not enough information.
 

Lisa P

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With little ones, we specifically look for a zero entry pool area and/or a splash pad, a decent playground (covered or shady, if in summer), an indoor activity room, maybe mini-golf and/or theater room. Check the TUG Reviews to see if the features most important to you are available.

In II, look at Marriott Harbour Lake, Marriott Grand Vista, and Marriott Lakeshore Reserve, for example. Sorry, I'm less familiar with II options.

In RCI, look at Wyndham Bonnet Creek, Silver Lake-Silver Points, Vacation Village at Parkway, Summer Bay, and maybe Mystic Dunes HVC (watch out for the added resort fees). Also, since you're only planning one day at the parks, look at Wyndham/Worldmark Reunion and HIVC at Orange Lake-River Island, since the drive to the parks is further but they offer a ton of kid-friendly activities.
 

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HGVC Parc Soleil & Tuscany Village have zero-entry pools and robust activity programs.
 
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pedro47

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Here are my suggestions Grande Vista, Harbour Lake, Disney, Sea World, Vistana, Ron Jon, and Orange Lake.
There are so many resorts small children can enjoy in Orlando,
 
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