For someone who has never visited before, the prospect of touring a large park such as Disneyland Park or California Adventure can feel intimidating. After all, it isn’t everyday a person walks several miles, rides dozens of rides, and meets favorite movie characters. That said, a bit of planning can go a long way when it comes to easing nerves or simply ensuring you see everything you set out to see. For this reason, it is highly recommended that park visitors always go in with a plan.
While it might seem silly to plan a day in a theme park, trust us when we say you’ll be glad you did. The planning process will help you get a good idea of where things are in the park, and the finished itinerary will help you hit every attraction on your to-do list without too much back-and-forth and without forgetting anything. Of course, most people don't spend their time making trip itineraries, so jumping into doing so may feel odd. Fortunately, we have put together a step-by-step guide on how to build a simple yet useful itinerary.