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Old 10-31-2009, 08:27 PM   #1
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Routing question, WDW Orlando

We will be heading to WDW on Thanksgiving and will arrive in that area via I-75 and the Florida Turnpike. We will be staying at the Kissimmee KOA off Rt. 192 for 2 days prior to going into Fort Wilderness (we've been there once before 2 years ago). Streets and Trips wants me to stay on the FL turnpike to I-4, then take 535 down to 192. It looks to me I could get off the turnpike on Rt. 27 south down to 192 and come in that way.

Any suggestions pro/con from folks with more travel experience in that area?

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The Florida Turnpike puts you on Rt 27 just above the town of Clermont, it takes about 20 minutes or so to get to 192 once on 192 for 15-20 minutes get off at the sign to Disney. there are a few traffic lights on 27 and 192 can get heavy traffic with lights but its probably more direct than the turnpike. You can get a free 2 night stay at Thousand Trails on 27 if you listen to the sales pitch.

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I agree with the Rt 27 to Rt 192 route.
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