Parking Options at Disneyland
When it comes to visiting Disneyland in California, one little issue you need to look out for is exactly how you are going to park your vehicle. Regardless of if it is a rental or your own car, you need to know where you can place your car and what the best course of action is. Thankfully, there are a few options available to you and can help ensure your car is safe and secure.
At the Hotel
First, check with your hotel to see if they provide a shuttle to the local theme parks. Many hotels close to Disneyland do provide shuttle services. These shuttle services are great to take advantage of, although you have to follow through a very specific schedule. It also means you need to know when the shuttle is going to be at the park to pick you up. This places you more on the hotel’s time table than your own, but if you are looking to save some money and not deal with parking, this is an option.
There are several different parking structures at the resort, so you can park close to the park you with to attend. You will have to pay to park, depending on which option you decide to go with. The most popular, which is Mickey and Friends, has 10,000 parking spots and is going to cost $16.00 a day. You do need to take into consideration there is no overnight parking in any resort parking lot, so you must retrieve your vehicle at the end of the day. Also, the Mickey and Friends parking striation is typically open only one hour before the parks open.
You can go with the smaller parking lot, known as the Toy Stork parking lot, which is located on the corner of Katella Blvd. and Clementine Blvd. The parking rate is the same price.