Toy Story Lot to Reopen at Disneyland Resort on June 18

Today it was announced that fully vaccinated guests would no longer be required to wear face coverings indoors or outdoors starting on June 15th. Buried in the announcements was news that on June 18th, the Toy Story Lot would again be opening at the Disneyland Resort.

The Toy Story Lot can be found on Harbor Blvd across from the Anaheim Convention Center. Guests can ride the Toy Story buses to get to the Disneyland Resort from this parking lot. All guests ages 2 years old and older will be required to wear face coverings while on the buses regardless of vaccination status.

The Toy Story Lot has remained closed for guests to park at since the Disneyland Resort closed due to the pandemic in March of 2020. Part of it was utilized as a vaccination point of distribution to combat the pandemic. People could drive through the lot and get their shot without even leaving their cars.

Guests often have mixed feelings about this parking lot. Some guests love parking there, others feel it is too far and too much of a hassle. When it does reopen, it will be the only theme park parking lot at the Disneyland Resort with transportation to the parks. Currently, there is no official news on the return of the trams for the main Mickey & Friends and Pixar Pals parking structure.

What do you think of the return of guest parking to the Toy Story parking lot? Will you park there? What do you think of that parking lot? Share your thoughts and opinions in the comments below.

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