Lucky you, taking the kids to Orlando in May.
Maybe your kids aren’t in school yet or you’re homeschooling. Maybe you live in a part of the country where the school year ends early. Maybe your kids are young enough to miss a few days of school when the grandparents announce they want to gather the gang for a family reunion vacation.
Whatever your situation, you couldn’t plan smarter than a trip to Orlando in May, which is considered low season. Here’s why it’s so smart.
Great weather! It’s warm enough for those gorgeous hotel pools (typically in the 80s) but not as hot or humid as later in the summer when temperatures soar. In case you are wondering, July is the hottest month and June is the wettest month with afternoon thunderstorms.
What are you waiting for?
Editorial Note: Taking the Kids compensated us to publish this article. Eileen Ogintz is the author of the syndicated column Taking the Kids and the “Kid’s Guide to Orlando,” part of the Kid’s Guide Series from Globe Pequot Press.
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