Theme Park Parking
- $20.00 for Cars and motorcycles
- $23.00 for Oversized vehicles, motor homes and tractors without trailers
- $28.00 for Buses and tractors with extended trailers
Parking structures and lots for the theme parks open one hour prior to the published and scheduled Disneyland park opening time. On days featuring Magic Morning Early Admission, Mickey & Friends parking structure opens 90 minutes before the published Disneyland park opening time.
Oversized vehicles include:
- "dually trucks"
- motor homes
- passenger vehicles with trailers
When visiting our theme parks, these vehicles are asked to use the main entrance of the Mickey & Friends Parking Structure, located off southbound Disneyland Drive and Ball Road. Be aware that the height limit of the Mickey & Friends Parking Structure is 13'10".
Downtown Disney District Parking
Self-parking: Your first two hours of parking are FREE. An additional two hours can be validated at AMC Theatres® and at table-service dining restaurants. After that, the cost is $12 for each additional hour, charged in 30-minute increments. The maximum fee is $36.00, plus an additional $12.00 if the Valet is used.
Valet Parking: Available from 5:00 p.m. - 2:00 a.m. for $12.
Parking for Guests with Disabilities: Park conveniently in the first row in the Downtown Disney® District North Lot near the Rainforest Café® and in the first aisle in the Simba Lot to the South, near Disney's Paradise Pier® Hotel.
Guest Drop-Off Areas
If you're visiting Downtown Disney® District or picking up tickets at one of the Downtown Disney® District performance venues, you can use the Guest Drop-Off area in the Southernmost area of the North Self Park Lot near the Rainforest Cafe® at Magic Way and Disneyland Drive.
You'll find another Drop-Off area on Harbor Boulevard, just South of the Esplanade intersection for picking up or dropping off Guests who are at the Theme Park Main Entrance or who want to purchase tickets there. There is no parking in this area, it is for loading and unloading only.
Guests staying at a local hotel near the Disneyland Resort with a free shuttle service to the park are taken to the hotel tram drop off area. The hotel tram drop off area is in the same area of the Toy Story Bus stop near the main entrances of the theme parks, to the right of the main entrances.
Guests should remember the location of the stop as it is where they pick up the tram later in the day. We recommend that guests staying at a hotel off Harbor Blvd. near the resort walk rather than take a tram, as it is probably faster and easier to do. Guests can walk across Harbor Blvd. at a signal light intersection near the Lion King and hotel tram stops, and keep walking right towards the main entrances of both parks.
If your hotel doesn’t provide a free shuttle, the Anaheim Resort Transit system is an inexpensive way to get to/from the resort without having to pay for parking.
Ananheim Resort Transit System
1 Day Pass
- Adults (10+) $5
- Children (3-10) $2
- Senior (65+) $2*
- Disabled $2*
3 Day Pass
- Adults (10+) $12
- Children (3-10) $3
- Senior (65+) $5*
- Disabled $5*
5 Day Pass
- Adults (10+) $20
- Children (3-10) $5
- Senior (65+) $8*
- Disabled $8*
Tickets can be purchased online or at the front desk of most hotels and at Kiosk located a various hotels and other locations the Anaheim Resort Area.
* Customers purchasing a reduced fare pass, or using a senior/disabled bus pass, must show proper identification to the coach operator each time they board an ART bus. All buses are accessible to persons with disabilities. For more information, call the Reduced Fare ID department at 714-563-5287.
Walking from Parking Lot
While the trams and shuttles are convenient, many choose not to ride but to walk the short distance into the Entry Plaza. When you are lugging strollers and don't want to deal with getting onto the trams or busses, walking can be a nice alternative, especially if there are big crowds or lines at the tram stop. It's obviously nice exercise, but also a fairly direct and efficient way of getting into the parks.
Walking from the overflow Pumbaa lot is especially easy, as the walk is just a short stroll up Disney Way towards Harbor Blvd, across the street and into the Resort.
The Toy Story Lot on Harbor by the Convention Center does allow Guests to walk a few blocks to the Resort, but most choose to use the busses as it's a bit of a hike.
The most popular parking area for walkers is the Mickey & Friends Parking Structure. From the structure, it is approximately a 1/2 mile walk into the Main Entry Plaza. To walk, Guests must exit the main tram loading area and cross over into the First Level (Chip & Dale) and Overflow Parking area, then walk towards the Disneyland Hotel, clear security and walk through Downtown Disney. Guests can then cut over to the parking structure from the Disneyland Hotel, walking past the Lilo lot, Downtown Disney parking booths and across Magic Way.