4 Disneyland vacation secrets for stress free fun

Going to the happiest place on earth in 2015? The Disneyland Resort is a wonderful place to take the family and enjoy all the attractions and shows available. Of course your family isn’t the only one showing up for a Disneyland vacation and sometimes with all the crowds and expectations gets a little stressful. That’s why everyone needs to know a few stress free Disneyland vacation secrets.

So how can you pull off the best stress free Disneyland vacation? It’s easier than it sounds. In fact, if you want to have a perfect vacation, with plenty of memories here are some great points to actually enjoy the day with your family and not worry about anything. Well, perhaps you might be worried about whether or not get the front row or the back row of the Pirates of the Caribbean ride, but that is nothing compared to what you could be worrying about at home.

Start with a plan. Know where you’d like to go and what the kids want to see. Hoping to meet Mickey Mouse? Want to have a chance to ride Space Mountain? Well, if those are your expectations than anything past that will be awesome for the kids. Check out what is available and then make decisions before you go.

Know your family’s physical limitations. When you’re walking around the Disneyland Resort most families become tired. Keep in mind you and your family will walk five miles a day checking out the different attractions and shows. Know how far your kids can walk before you go. In fact, it might be a good idea to build up some endurance as the kids will become tired if they just arrive and expect to walk a block or two.

Lower your expectations. While there is so much to see and do at the Disneyland Resort, sometimes it’s not possible to do everything. Knowing your expectations of what you want to see, or what your family wants to ride is important. Make those decisions a priority and then if you have time left over, check out the rest of the attractions. That way you won’t be disappointed and neither will the kids.

Get the kids to help. Ask the kids to get involved with the vision by sharing what they want to see at Disneyland. It could be an autograph from the princess, or maybe they want to ride on the Matterhorn. Consider what they would like to do for the perfect family vacation

Want to know some Disneyland Secrets? Check out my unofficial guide of Disneyland 2015 for ideas on making this the perfect vacation.

About the author
Jodi Jill currently lives in Los Angeles with her dog Addo. Sharing her love of books and words, she is a literacy speaker, professional writer and syndicated columnist.

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