People tend to check in during these times:
Much better when you have an Annual Pass to park here.
Take a picture of the nearest support pole w/a Disney character on it w/your camera to remind you where you parked
Watch the firework show from the top of the parking structure to experience the display in a whole new way. Best viewing location is the stairwell near the escalators.
There's a restroom here, too, so everyone has "one last chance" before hitting the road!
If the lines are long for the tram back to the structure then just walk through Downtown Disney and turn right at the ESPN Zone. Walk through the parking lot, cross the street at the crosswalk, voilà
Hidden Mickey on the Daisy level between 3A and 3B
Going up the ramp, look to see if both lanes are entering the same level. If they are, try to be in the right lane. If the left lane is going up one level higher, be in the left lane. Closer parking!
Awesome parking structure. Better when you have a pass it's free to park. Tram takes you to and from Disneyland.
The walk back is always longer than the walk in
Premium pass = free parking!! :)
Largest parking structure in the western hemisphere! Second in the world only to the structure at Tokyo Disney!!
Try to park your car INSIDE the lines. You know who you are.
When driving through yell... I LOVE DISNEYLAND!!!
Ride your bike down the structures exit ramp if you got the cojones!
Free parking for Cast Members! ^_^
ALL exits lead to the same place. No need to nudge over at the last minute! The crush to get on the 5 is icky so just be patient!
If you have a sleeping child in a stroller and the tram lines are long, walking is the fastest and easiest way to Mickey & Friends parking structure.
such a convenient parking lot.
Hidden Mickey on daisy level 3a near a pillar...if you're into that sort of stuff
If you go faster than 14mph you get a beachball to the face.
The cast members are there to guide you to a parking space! Sometimes you'll get close and other times you won't. Either way, don't be an ass about it. You should be expecting to walk all day anyways.
Don't forget where you park. Take a picture of the nearest marker to remember. Nothing sucks more than walking the structure after a long day in the park.
Someone told me that it's the biggest parking lot west of the Mississippi.
Remember where you park :-)
The parking tickets now have blank spaces where you can write down which level and row you parked at.
Its cheaper to park in downtown disney!
"Driver, your turn is clear!". *Beep Beep*
Remember, the speed limit is 14 mph. Not 13. Not 15. 14 mph.
Beware of excessive cones
please have you parking pass/cash/credit card ready when you pull up and dont ask stupid park questions to the attendant.
poop at the bathrooms here to beat the crowds in the park
When you arrive to the structure go as far to the left as you can, the farthest 2 lanes are the fastest when open!
Don't bother with the tram...it's an easy stroll in thru Downtown Disney.
Watch your heads getting on, OUCH!
Although Signs on Ball Rd. instruct you to go down harbor to park at the Toy Story lot, you can still go to the Mickey Structure... My car got keyed in the Woody Lot...
Don't ask to park closer... the cast members do everything they can to get you parked as quickly and efficiently as possible while making sure you're close! Plus, you'll be walking all day anyway!
Guess the park level game. The person that guess the right level gets to pick the first ride. If no one is right the rock, paper, scissors for it.
One of the cleanest restrooms in the park
Parking in 2004 = $8. Parking in 2011 = $15. How do you spell extortion? M-I-C-K-E-Y M-O-U-S-E. ;-)
Daisy level is the best place to park in the structure.
One of the best places to watch the fireworks! Fifth floor stairs!
9A is the section closest to the escalators on every floor. Parkiing spots in these sections open up in the afternoon
Just park where you are directed and slow down.
Decent place to park
Watch fireworks from the top stairwell for one of the best views of the entire sky..
After your long drive, make use of the restroom here at the parking structure (ground floor) before you go into the park. Not crowded at all.
Use your parking ticket to circle the section where you're parked and BRING IT WITH YOU to the parks. No need to try to remember where you parked or waste valuable space on your camera/phone.
During early afternoons, Disney traffic reroutes from this lot, even when not full. Plan on parking elsewhere to save gas and time from driving around due to their amazingly stupid parking policies.
Take a picture of the closest pillar with the level and aisle number. It makes it much easier to find your car at te end of a long day
If you were able to yes the secret phone number to reserve a spot, you may just be fortunate enough to get one of those fancy banana slicers.