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  • On Jan 8, 2023
    Kelsie 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’m looking into renting a golf cart to use in the park. Can these carts be rented then taken into Disneyland and the adventure park? We have the park hopper pass… my mom has bad knees and hips and we would love for her to not have to walk.

    Hey there, Kelsie! I'm so glad you stopped by planDisney, and what a great question! There really is no place like the Disneyland Resort, and it's made even better with family and friends. I'm so glad to hear you're planning a trip with your Mom, and I'm happy to report that the Disney Parks have an unwavering commitment to providing accessible experiences for guests. 

    While golf carts are not allowed at the Disneyland Resort, Electric Conveyance Vehicles (ECVs), scooters, and wheelchairs are allowed. You can either rent them at the Disneyland Resort or bring your own to use! If you already have an ECV that you'd like to bring, I would make sure to double-check the Safety Reminders section of the ECV rentals page. There is information about a local private mobility rental company called ScooterBug on that page as well.

    I would also highly recommend pre-registering for the Disability Access Service (DAS). With DAS, you can better plan your trip by selecting return windows for attractions and return through the Lightning Lane entrance when it's time to ride. We used this program with extended family, and it was a huge relief for one of my family members who was not able to tolerate standing in line for long periods of time. You can pre-register with DAS Advance within 30 to 2 days of your visit to the parks, which means you are able to pre-register now for your visit on February 1.

    Finally, if you're a planner like me, then I would also recommend looking over the Attraction Access Categories page so you can think through which attractions you'd like to experience on your visit. Some attractions allow guests to remain in their wheelchair or ECV, while others require a transfer, and the Attraction Access Categories page will give you an overview of all of that.

    Thanks again for your question, Kelsie. As I mentioned, the Disneyland Resort is not only the Happiest Place on Earth, but it also cares deeply about providing a welcoming and inclusive environment to all guests. I'm so excited about your family's upcoming trip, and I would love to help with any other questions you might have as you continue to plan, so please feel free to write me back directly if you think of anything else!

    Have a Magical Day,
    Greg
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Meet the Panelist: Greg, Arizona

Hello there! Greg here from sunny Arizona. I'm a husband, dad to two kiddos under five, and an avid fan of all things Disney, Marvel, and Star Wars. I've been visiting the Disneyland Resort since I was 5 and have loved making all new magical memories as a family of 4. I enjoy helping friends get the most out of their trip to the Disneyland Resort, and I am excited to help you plan your most magical vacation ever! Learn More About Greg

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