Avengers Campus featuring Thor
  • On Mar 24, 2022
    Gerald from UT Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    I am bringing my own 4-wheel electric scooter next week. How do I get from Parking to the Main Entrance? It's been 20+ years since we've been to Disneyland.

    Hi there, Gerald!

    Parking at the Disneyland Resort is a breeze, even with accessibility needs. For theme park parking you have three options: the Mickey & Friends Parking Structure, the Pixar Pals Parking Structure, or the Toy Story Parking Area. If you have a valid disability parking placard or license plate, be sure to ask the Cast Member at the toll booth for directions to disability parking when you arrive at the parking entrance. If you happen to need extra space to unload your Electric Conveyance Vehicle (ECV), you can request that from the Cast Members guiding vehicles to their spaces.

    At the parking facility, you will pass through security screening. Since you will be riding your ECV, Cast Members will guide you to the right place to board a shuttle to the theme park entrances. Note that the shuttles can accommodate most sizes of wheelchairs and ECVs. Certain oversized wheelchairs and ECVs may not fit on the shuttle ramps.

    My wife and I have been traveling from Utah to visit the Disneyland Resort for 20+ years. It’s been really fun to watch our children grow up at the same time as we’ve observed so many updates to the theme parks and surrounding resort area. You will be amazed at the changes you’ll see! We remember visiting Disneyland Park the year before Disney California Adventure Park opened in 2001. We marveled at the wonderful attractions we saw rising before our eyes. Now even that new park has gone through many changes of its own, including the development of Pixar Pier and Avengers Campus.

    Tony’s Tip: One convenient way that the Disneyland Resort has changed over the past few decades is the introduction of digital resources, including the Disneyland mobile app and the Play Disney Parks app. I highly recommend saving time waiting in lines by using the mobile food and beverage order service in the Disneyland app.

    As you prepare to visit the Disneyland Resort, I recommend reviewing the services for Guests with mobility disabilities. There, you’ll see lists of attractions that allow you to remain in your ECV, those that may require transferring to a smaller wheelchair, and those that may require transferring out of the ECV to a ride vehicle.

    I hope you have a magical time at the Disneyland Resort, Gerald! Please come visit us as planDisney if you have any more questions.

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