Disneyland® has been the most magical place on earth for more than 60 years. Recently, the park underwent some major renovations to bring fresh attractions and better experiences to its guests. We’ve compiled a list of what’s new at Disneyland® and a few tips to make your next RV adventure one fit for a … mouse.
Some of the biggest news out of Disney lately (aside from the frenzied launch of Disney +) appeals to the sci-fi and superhero fan in all of us.
Joining longtime favorites like Frontierland, Tomorrowland and Mickey’s Toontown, Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge is the newest land in the main park. Guests are transported to a galaxy far, far away to enjoy new rides, restaurants and interactive adventures on the Play Disney Parks App.
Coming in summer of 2020, Disney California Adventure is opening an Avengers Campus. Taking the place of the former Bug’s Life attraction, guests can join Rocket in an epic Guardians of the Galaxy mission and test their web-slinging skills on an interactive Spider-Man ride.
This year, the park introduced “Magic Happens,” its first new, daytime parade in nearly a decade! From fantastical floats to costumed performers, the parade brings Disney stories to life with vibrant colors and high-energy music.
Why You Should Take an RV on Your Disneyland® Adventure
Whether you live near the park or a few states away, taking an rental RV to Disneyland® is a fantastic way to extend the family adventure. Map a route that takes you through additional attractions or scope out a cool spot to stop for lunch along the way. Need some help? Here are a few tips for planning a successful RV road trip.
RVing to the park – both staying in a nearby campsite and taking the RV to the park itself – can save you money. Disney hotels can charge a pretty penny and bringing your home away from home (AKA the RV) to the park can also save on food costs. Head out to the parking lot at lunchtime to enjoy a homemade treat. Pro tip: It’s also great for getting in a quick nap!
Nearby RV parks
There are several top-notch RV campsites within a mile or two of Disneyland®. We’ve rounded up our favorites in this handy guide to the best Disneyland® RV Parks.
Not only are these RV sites conveniently located, most of them offer shuttles to Disneyland®, making it easy to leave the RV at the homestead and catch a ride to the most magical place on earth. No matter where you choose to stay, be sure to book early. These RV campground can sell out quite a bit in advance.
So, book your Cruise America RV rental and start planning an epic Disney® getaway. Share your adventures by tagging @CruiseAmericaRV in your pics on social.