LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. (WFLA) – Those looking for a reservation to a park at Walt Disney World Resort through the new year could be out of luck.

Walt Disney World Resort is one of few theme parks still requiring reservations for visitation since reopening in July after being closed for months due to the coronavirus pandemic.

As of Dec. 28, Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Animal Kingdom and Hollywood Studios are all booked through Jan. 1.

Magic Kingdom is booked now through Jan. 2.

Currently, only Epcot and Animal Kingdom have reservations open on New Year’s Day.

Purchases of most annual passes remain on hold. Pass sales were paused on Nov. 22.

The only pass currently listed online is the “Disney Pixie Dust Pass” for Florida residents only, costing $399 per year. The Pixie Dust Pass allows Disney-goers admission to the parks Mondays through Fridays during certain times of the year with a reservation made in advance.

There is currently no word from Disney World on when annual pass sales will resume or when reservation requirements to visit the parks will end.