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    Default Parking at Polynesian for Dinner

    We're going to the Polynesian Resort for dinner. Spirit of Aloha. We're staying off site. I know I can park at the resort if I have a reservation, but I'm not sure if there's a way to get there without paying at the toll booths on the main drive to the TTC. We're going the night we get into town so I'd love to skip the parking fee once during our stay. Anyone know if that is possible?
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    Let me first apologize because Im so bad at directions. Yes there is a way to get there without going through the booths. If you plug Fort Wilderness into the gps and avoid tolls it will take you in the back way and from there you can get to the Poly. Maybe someone will know more specifics. I️ know this because weve stayed at FW before.

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    Keep to the right at the main entrance and tell the Cast Member at the booth that you have reservations at the Poly for dinner. There will be no problem.
    Brian (aka CanadianWDWFan)
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    All you need to do is let the CM at the booths know you are headed to a resort for dinner reservations. Like the previous poster suggested, it is best to go through the far right lanes, as close to the bus lanes as possible.
    Denise

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    No more going through the MK booth anymore. There is a temporary road that goes around it until the permanent overpass is complete.

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