Park Resources

Disneyland Resort Kennel Club

Disneyland Resort Kennel Club

If you have a dog or cat with you during your trip to the Disneyland Resort, you can’t bring it into the park. But you do have an alternative – the Disneyland Resort Kennel Club.  Source: Disneyland Today LOGISTICS The Kennel sits just outside Disneyland’s main gate, next to the Stroller, Wheelchair, and ECV rentals. […] Read more…

Service Animal Relief Areas

Service Animals

Disneyland has tons of resources available for guests with disabilities or special needs, including care centers, ECV rentals, and even accommodations for service animals. Disney defines a service animal as a dog or miniature horse specifically trained to support an individual with a disability, and service animals must wear their vests at all times in […] Read more…

Wheelchair, Stroller, & ECV Rentals

Wheelchair, Stroller, & ECV Rentals

Disneyland is a walking park, with little in the way of transportation from end to end. But if someone in your group needs a little help getting around, there are several options for daily rental. The rental center for wheelchairs, strollers, and ECVs (electric conveyance vehicles) sits right on the esplanade between the two parks. […] Read more…

VIP & Guided Tours

VIP & Guided Tours

New to the resort? Looking for a VIP experience? Want insider info about the happiest place on earth? If any of these apply to you, consider booking a tour during your trip to the Disneyland Resort. You’ve probably seen the tour guides out and about; they wear distinctive plaid uniforms and are usually accompanied by […] Read more…

Lost And Found

If you lose something during your visit to the Disneyland Resort, or if you find a forgotten item, the lost and found system is here to help. The resort has its own Lost and Found Center, which helps guests locate missing items in Disneyland, California Adventure, or Downtown Disney. Missing an item? You can either call […] Read more…

Nikon Picture Spots

Nikon Picture Spots

There are tons of beautiful places to take family photos in Disneyland, but some are especially fun, since they have park landmarks in the background. The park has ten designated “Nikon Picture Spots”, marked with signs, and each usually has a PhotoPass photographer on hand to capture memories for guests. The following is the complete […] Read more…

Lockers

Lockers

If you’re visiting the resort on a day where you need layers, or if you end up purchasing lots of souvenirs, you might want a locker to store your belongings. The Disneyland Resort has lockers in four different locations, and rentals range from $7 to $15 per day, depending on the locker size. Esplanade – […] Read more…

ATMs

ATMs

Though all of the shops, restaurants, and carts at the Disneyland Resort accept credit cards, you may find yourself in need of cash during your visit. If that’s the case, you don’t have to go off property to visit a bank. The resort has a number of ATMs located both in the parks and around […] Read more…

PhotoPass

PhotoPass

When you’re visiting the park, you may want to have a nice photo taken by a Disneyland photographer at one of the park’s landmarks. In order to make this process as easy and efficient as possible, Disneyland has a system to help you keep track of your photos: PhotoPass. A PhotoPass is a free card […] Read more…

City Hall

City Hall & Guest Relations Lobbies

Disneyland can be a little overwhelming at times, and you may find yourself looking for some extra guidance during your trip. Whether you are looking for show times, need dining reservations, or are looking for disability assistance, the guest relations lobbies scattered throughout the resort are there to help. The biggest guest relations center in […] Read more…