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Disneyland Maps and Contact Information

Find your way around Anaheim, California and the Disneyland Resort!





You've been previewing pictures of several Disneyland Resort attractions in the slide show above. The Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California encompasses more than just the well-known Disneyland Park---it includes the newer Disney's California Adventure Park, too! You may have noticed photos from both theme parks among the photos above.


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Disneyland Resort Map

Basic parts of the Disneyland Resort


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In this first Disneyland Map, you'll see the basic parts of the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California. This includes---

1.) Disneyland Park

2.) Disney's California Adventure Park

3.) Downtown Disney District

4.) Disney's Grand Californian Hotel

5.) Disneyland Hotel

6.) Paradise Pier Hotel

You'll also see the Disneyland Parking Garage (there is more about the parking structure further down on this page,) plus the nearby notable Anaheim landmarks: the convention center and the Anaheim GardenWalk Mall.

Click on the map's pins to see explanatory info.



Picture: Yellow submarine; Finding Nemo ride at Disneyland Park in Anaheim, CaliforniaIf you'd like printable PDF map of this same area, there are actually several that the Anaheim visitor's bureau offers. Here's one showing the Disneyland resort area with all the hotels marked, which includes dozens of non-Disney-owned properties: PDF map of Disneyland/Anaheim resort district with hotels marked

PDF map of resort-area parking: This PDF will show you where to park for the Anaheim GardenWalk Mall, the Anaheim Convention Center, and for RV & overflow parking for Disneyland (in the Toy Story lot.) Here's the PDF map of Disneyland/Anaheim resort district with parking marked

PDF map of resort-area dining: The Anaheim tourist bureau doesn't want you to go hungru! The following map has a list of restaurants you will find around Disneyland and the Convention Center. Here's the PDF map of Disneyland/Anaheim resort district with restaurants marked

PDF map of streets surrounding Disneyland and the Convention Center: For those who plan to walk or drive a little bit farther afield, they've made just the map for you. It shows Anaheim's surface streets and marks restaurants and attractions you might like to visit elsewhere in Anaheim. Here's the PDF map of Disneyland/Anaheim resort district and the surrounding streets of Anaheim.

Thse maps are produced by Anaheim's official tourism website, and they routinely update them. Unfortunately, they also remove the links to their older maps with each update. So, the links on our Disneyland Maps page break time after time...until we catch the breakages and fix them again. So...if the direct map links in above paragraph don't work, then that means an update has been done. So then, to see their NEW version, you can simply go to their website and view whatever new map has taken its place. Here's a link to the Anaheim maps page of the www.VisitAnaheim.org website. Or, you may instead go to the organization's home page at www.VisitAnaheim.org where you'll be able to view the entire range of information that they have available.



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Map of Disneyland Rides & Attractions: In the Google Custom Map to your right, you can see a number of Disneyland Park rides pinpointed. These are certainly NOT all of the theme park's many attractions...merely the ones mentioned most by readers of this website.

Google maps provide a very interesting overhead view of the park. These days, anyone and every one can see the roofs of ride buildings...or hunt for the areas where only park employees are allowed to go (like the Disneyland parade staging areas.) Older readers can remember when seeing these parts of the park were forbidden by outsiders!

If you've already been to Disneyland Park before, it makes a fun game seeing if you can spot where your own favorite rides are...just by seeing their overhead pictures!

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Interactive & Printable PDF Disneyland Maps

Picture of Astro Orbitors ride in the Tomorrowland themed area of Disneyland Park In this next section, you can see some other fun Disneyland Park maps...those made by the Disneyland Resort itself.

Here is a direct link to the Disneyland Resort's Official Map page. This is an interactive Disneyland map (which also includes Disney's California Adventure Park and Downtown Disney.) You can zoom in and out on the map, just as you would with a Google street map. The closer you zoom, the less "overview" of the resort you see...but the more detail. As you zoom in, more detail will be added...such as the locations of restaurants, stores and attraction entrances. You will need to zoom in quite closely for the names of each restaurant and attraction to start appearing.

Printable PDF Disneyland Resort Maps: You'll receive a Disneyland Park map as you enter the turnstiles. However, if you'd like to get a head start in locating your favorite rides, you can make your own copy of the Disneyland map at home! Here's a direct link to the Disneyland Park's official PDF printable 2018 map of Disneyland. Star Wars fans will notice that the new Star Wars Galaxy's Edge themed area is not shown on the map yet...not even any outline of the construction zone. The new themed area is set to open in mid-2019---in time for the summer tourist season.

Also, to accompany your Disneyland Park map, here's a PDF printable 2018 map of the Disney California Adventure Park. At the time of this update, the new Pixar Pier section of DCA is still being called Paradise Pier. It is uncertain when that change will be made. Or, if you're a nostalgia-lover, you may wish to view a Disney California Adventure Park map from 2015, as well, if you like.

Disneyland Resort PDF Map: Would you like to print out a map showing not just the theme parks, but the entire layout of the resort, including the Disneyland Hotel and Downtown Disney, too? If so, here's a PDF Map of the entire Disneyland Resort.

Map to Disney's Good Neighbor hotels: Here's the Disneyland Resort's map of the park's official Good Neighbor hotels.

If the links to these Disney-made maps break, then that indicates they've made updates to their maps (and discontinued the old links.) If so, you can try visiting the Disneyland website's page that has their list of PDF maps available. If they discontinue the old links, then new links should appear on this page.





Orange County, California Maps

Picture: Bobsled zooms on Matterhorn mountain at Disneyland Park in Anaheim, CA Anaheim, California is located in Orange County, California. Though visitors from other US states and other countries often say that "Disneyland is in Los Angeles," that's only partly true. When you're located far away from any metro area, it's common to include all of that city's suburbs when talking about the major city. (For example, everyone says that Walt Disney World is located in Orlando, Florida...when it really lies in the town of Lake Buena Vista.) While Anaheim is located NEAR Los Angeles, it's location in Orange County places it SOUTH of Los Angeles.

Map of Southern California: If you're unfamiliar with the layout of Southern California cities, here's an interactive map of Los Angeles and its freeway system, so you can see that downtown Los Angeles is actually quite a bit north of Anaheim. This map is also interactive; you may click on any city that's underlined & you'll get to access more details about that area.

Interactive map of Orange County: Anaheim is located towards the northern end of Orange County. Though parts of Orange County lie directly on the Pacific Ocean, Anaheim is located away from the beach area (about 1/2 hour in light traffic, though the trip can take longer depending on your specific route and time of day.) If you'll be driving around Orange County, here's an interactive map of Orange County, California with major tourist attractions plainly marked on it. You'll see Orange Co's freeways and major roads. In addition, you'll see the locations of other cities in Orange County (which you might also be interested in visiting, as well.) Any city that's underlined may be "clicked," and then an even-more-detail map of that particular area will be shown.

PDF map of Orange County: If you'd like to print up a map at home, this PDF road map of Orange County, California from the Orange Co Transit Authority shows the county's major streets, plus the bus routes available. As you can see, Orange County is laid out mostly on a logical grid system. Large streets are found every mile or half-mile. This make finding your way around for the first time a bit easier. Disneyland is easy to find on this map. There's a thick golden line marking the bus route to Disneyland. You can see Disneyland marked on the map right above the Anaheim Convention Center.

Google map of Anaheim, CA From the moment you decided to take your vacation in Anaheim, you probably "Googled" up a map of the area. If not, now's a great time to do that! You may use the following link to view a Google map of Anaheim, California.




Disneyland Parking Maps

How to find the Toy Story Parking lot and/or the Disneyland Parking Garage

Photo of a Mickey Mouse statue at the Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim, California, USA DISNEYLAND PARKING GARAGE ADDRESS AND MAP: Because the first place you'll need to go at the Disneyland Resort is the parking garage, we'll talk first about how to get there!

The giant Disneyland Resort parking garage is located on Disneyland Drive. The parking garage doesn't have its own address, but if you want to use the address of 1301 Disneyland Drive, then a Google map will point you to that spot. You may use the following link to view a Google map to the Disneyland Parking Garage. This is a precise map, and will get you directly to the Disneyland Parking Structure entrance.

HOWEVER, it's not quite that simple. There is a divider in the middle of Disneyland Drive. Until they remove it, IF they ever do, then only drivers heading southbound can enter the parking garage. Northbound traffic is blocked from entering by the roadway divider. If that happens to you, get into the left-hand turn lane. You may make a U-turn at the stoplight when you get to Ball Rd. You will then be driving in a southbound direction, and will be able to access the parking garage entrance.

DIRECTIONS TO THE TOY STORY PARKING LOT: Located just south of the Red Lion Hotel on Harbor Blvd, the Toy Story Parking lot is easy to find. The Toy Story Parking Lot address is 1900 S Harbor Blvd, Anaheim, CA...which is the address you should use if you're looking it up on Google Maps. But for now, we've already done that. Here's a link to a Google map of the Toy Story parking lot at the Disneyland Resort. Don't forget that oversized vehicles, buses, motor homes and semi's all need to park here. (And, of course, regular automobiles and SUV's are welcome in the Toy Story Lot, too.)

Also, you'll want to note the location of the shuttle stop once you arrive. Disneyland doesn't allow you to park where you choose. You must park in ORDER, right where they tell you. It might or might be near the stop, so you must remember where you're located in relation to the tram depot.




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Map of Disneyland Parking Garage & Tram Route: The large building in the Google Custom Map to your left is the parking garage itself (called Mickey & Friends Parking.) Just north of the parking garage you'll see an open-air parking lot. This is one of Disneyland's employee parking areas. Just south of the parking structure, you find the "preferred parking" area. (It will possibly be worth it to your tired feet at the end of the day to pay extra for this.) The "preferred" lot used to be the old RV, bus and oversized vehicle parking lot (called the Pinocchio and Friends parking lot.) Though there is a tiny bit of room in the covered parking garage that will fit vans and SUV's, it fills up fast. If you're in a large-sized vehicle or a motor home, it might be worth your time to go directly to the Toy Story open-air lot at the corner of Harbor Blvd and Katella. The Toy Story tram will take you right to the front gate, so this isn't going to be terribly inconvenient for you. There is no way to park near the front gate whatsoever, and the Toy Story lot is just as close (by a tram ride) as the Mickey & Friends parking structure is.

Disneyland Trams: You will board a tram towards Disneyland Park from in front of the parking garage. This is called the "Mickey & Friends" tram. This tram unloads at Downtown Disney...just before you reach the security gates for the Disneyland and Disney California Adventure theme parks. Before you can pass through to the entrance of either theme park, you'll have to pass through the security inspection station.

Toy Story Tram: Likewise, if you're riding from the open-air lot on Harbor Blvd...just south of Katella...then you'll stop at a "security gate" rather than the Disneyland entrance, itself. The security check itself takes only a few seconds. It's the line WAITING for the security check that takes awhile. If you see strollers, diaper bags or large backpacks ahead of you in line, then you might want to move. It takes longer to check those particular items than it does to check a normal sized purse or messenger bag.





Disneyland Parking Lot Tram Service

As part of your Disneyland Parking fee of $20, you'll get to ride a shuttle to the theme park entry area for no extra charge. Oversized parking costs $25, and it costs $35 for preferred parking. (Prices current as of Summer, 2018.) As we mentioned above, oversized vehicles should proceed to the Toy Story parking lot at Harbor & Katella. Preferred parking is only available by heading to the Mickey & Friends garage.

The Mickey & Friends shuttle is completely closed to outside pedestrian traffic. You may not skip taking the shuttle and walk along the tram track. There is an alternative route if you walk through Downtown Disney, but it's longer than the direct route that the shuttle takes.

The Toy Story shuttle makes no stops between Disneyland's shuttle bording stop and the parking lot. You may not stop to disembark at a restaurant or hotel along the way.

Disneyland tram rules and etiquette:

1.) Babies and toddlers must be taken out of their strollers before boarding. Strollers should be folded, if possible. There is one "extra large" seating area per tram car where you should sit if you're bringing a stroller (or wheelchair.) Every tram is made up of a number of individual cars; therefore, there will be enough spots in the tram for SEVERAL families bringing strollers. Riders without strollers should be courteous and sit in one of the "regular" seats...and leave the large seating areas for the visitors who really need them.

2.) Babies may sit on their parents' laps, but children who can sit on their own must sit directly on the seat of the tram. Adults should take the outside seats and keep kids away from the edges of the tram.


Photo of a topiary figure of Goofy at the Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim, CA
3.) There is no smoking on the tram.

4.) Riders must stay seated at all times.

5.) A short spiel about the park's attractions will be broadcasted on the tram's loudspeaker system as you ride from the parking lot to the "drop off" point in Downtown Disney.

6.) Before entering either one of the theme parks, you must pass through a security screening area where your bags, purses and packages will be inspected. (This is a standard feature of theme parks all over the USA these days.) However, once you clear the security checkpoint, you will be able to rove freely back & forth between Disneyland Park and the Disney California Adventure park without getting re-inspected again.




Disneyland Resort Contact Information

Disneyland phone numbers and address

Photo of the Mad Teacup Ride in Fantasyland at Disneyland Park (Anaheim, California) 1.) The Disneyland Address is---Disneyland Resort
P.O.Box 3232
1313 S. Harbor Blvd.
Anaheim, CA 92803

The Disneyland phone number is (714) 781-4636. There are a few other handy Disneyland telephone numbers, as well. To find out the candy-making schedule at the Main Street USA Candy Kitchen, call the following phone number for recorded information: 714/781-0112. The Disney job hotline phone number is (844) 559-2278.

2.) Downtown Disney telephone number: (714) 781-4565. By calling this number, you can obtain information about the stores and restaurants of Downtown Disney. It can also give you information about the major entertainment at Downtown Disney (AMC Theater, Ralph Brennan's Jazz Kitchen, and Anaheim House of Blues. Sorry, but the ESPN Zone has closed.)

3.) The Disneyland Hotel address is---
1150 Magic Way
Anaheim, California 92802
Phone number for Disneyland Hotel Reservations---(714) 956-6425.

4.) Disney's Grand Californian Hotel address---
1600 S. Disneyland Drive, Anaheim, CA 92809

Reservations number for Disney's Grand Californian Hotel---(714) 956-6425 (same as for the Disneyland Hotel)

5.) Paradise Pier Hotel address---
1717 Disneyland Drive
Anaheim, California 92802

Reservation telephone number for the Paradise Pier Hotel in Anaheim is (714) 956- 6425 (same as for the Disneyland Hotel)

Disneyland Website: To see the official Anaheim, California Disneyland Resort website, use the following link: www.disneyland.com.










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