Disneyland Buys More Land


Disneyland has bought an 11-acre piece of land at the intersection of Harbor Blvd and Ball Road.  The site is currently known as Anaheim RV Village. They intend to use the land for an employee parking lot. The plan is to put 1,400 employee parking spaces there, according to a Disneyland spokesperson.

Years ago a resort expansion took over Disneyland’s parking lot for theme park employees. There is a parking garage on property for Team Disney employees, but park employees have had to park very far away. Disney does provide buses from far away lots. However it is still an inconvenience for employees to have to park so far away and still make it to work on time.

They say more employee parking is a great need due to high crowds at Disneyland California Adventure. The new parking lot will replace part of an employee lot off of Katella Avenue, and then that lot will  be turned into into guest parking next to the Toy Story lot.

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One thought on “Disneyland Buys More Land

  1. Oh, for a second I got excited about something new for the parks. I guess an employee parking lot is a necessity, but not really worth an article about it.

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