Disney Springs parking lots to get new names

Nov 04, 2015 in "Disney Springs"

Posted: Wednesday November 4, 2015 12:44pm EDT by WDWMAGIC Staff

Disney Springs will soon be renaming its parking lots to make them more guest friendly and easier to remember.

Following on with the fruit theme from the first parking garage named 'Orange', the second of the parking garages will be called 'Lime,' and all of the surface parking lots will be changed from their existing alphabetical letter names to fruit.

Lemon, Watermelon, and Grapefruit are among the lot names that you can soon expect to see.

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alissafalcoFeb 10, 2016

I agree

MrHappyFeb 09, 2016

seems like bad karma to park your car in the lemon lot. ;)

WDWtravelerFeb 09, 2016

Photo update as of Tuesday, Feb. 9. The above map correctly displays the new names for the parking lots. For those who are acutely interested....here are some of the posted signs.

RteetzNov 07, 2015

Saw this map of the new lots on Twitter

ToInfinityAndBeyondNov 06, 2015

No, we just have to be negative. Did you forget this was WDWMagic or something?

peter11435Nov 05, 2015

Hahaha. Why? Do you hate fruit that much? Were letters so much better?

mm121Nov 05, 2015

the creative team on this needs to be fired

Adam NNov 04, 2015

Trust me, I know your average Disney guest throws their brains out the window as soon as they drive onto property.

Mad StitchNov 04, 2015

Don't overestimate tourists. I had them come to me and say "I cant find my car." After a lot of questioning and hunting I discover they were parked over at MK and totally forgot about taking the shuttle bus to the Studios midday.

Never2Old4DisneyNov 04, 2015

I wasn't sure if Orange was named after the fruit or the color. I should have assumed fruit since it's Florida.

Nick PappagiorgioNov 04, 2015

Would have gone with kumquat for the watermelon lot and stay in the citrus fruit group.

Adam NNov 04, 2015

Lime will be the garage, lemon a lot. So I think the difference between whether they parked in a garage or not will help them.

Mad StitchNov 04, 2015

They probably shouldn't use both Lemon and Lime as lot names. With both of them starting with L's and often combined as a soda flavor, it would be too easy to confuse the two lots. This is coming from someone who worked in Studio parking for 2 years, it doesn't take much for a guest to forget where they are parked.

DisneyFans4LifeNov 04, 2015

That's kind of what I was thinking too, but realized they wouldn't duplicate it. All of the other parks have specific names themed to the park.