Disneyland rolls out wifi, but it’s not park wide

Disneyland is making the switch to complimentary wifi for guests. Enabling a park wide network will be important if they wish guests to rely more on mobile apps for fastpass reservations, mobile ordering for food, and more.

Last week, with the busy Memorial Day Weekend nearing, Disney rolled out wifi in these locations:

  • Matterhorn on the Tomorrowland Side
  • It’s A Small World mall
  • Tomorrowland by Space Mountain
  • Central Plaza (also near the hub and info board)
  • Rancho del Zocalo Restaurant
  • Near the Rivers of America in front of the Haunted Mansion

There are also 9 locations at Disney California Adventure

Grizzly Peak
Hollywood Land
Paradise Garden
Paradise Pier
Carthay Circle
Grizzly Peak Airfield
Flo’s V8 Cafe
Pacific Wharf
Sarge’s Surplus Hut

Fans reported that coverage was a bit spotty with service sometimes available at the Shuttle area. However, it was also often not available in the park over the weekend.

Disney is offering some troubleshooting help at the Guest Relations information board at Disneyland or the Carthay Circle Information Station at DCA.

Will having WiFi in the parks make your vacation more enjoyable?

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2 thoughts on “Disneyland rolls out wifi, but it’s not park wide

  1. Sallie mcG

    Thank goodness! My autistic daughter relies on wifi to prevent meltdowns while waiting in lines. We have loved it at WDW and I’ve been worried about going to Disneyland without it. I hope this is parkwide soon — and I hope they eventually switch to MagicBands as well

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