Planning for Disneyland When You’re a Disney World Pro: Part One, Logistics 

Disneyland Parking

6. Parking

OK, so you know how at Disney World there are big purple signs pointing you in the right direction? And you know how each park has a massive parking lot attached to it? Yeah, it’s not like that at all at Disneyland. Because Disneyland is surrounded by cityscape instead of countryside, the only parking available is in a high rise lot known as Mickey and Friends OR an offsite lot called the Toy Story Lot where you’ll have to be bussed to the entrance. Those are your options—don’t waste your time looking for creative alternatives. Just pay the $20 and be done with it. (Even guests of the Disneyland resorts pay for parking in their resort lots.) 




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