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It is possible to go to Disneyland Paris by car, train, bus, or metro. However, many visitors have to take their own vehicles to get to Eurodisney. There is also a designated visitor parking lot where you can park your vehicle. Whether you are in a car, on a motorcycle, or in a motorhome, Disneyland has provisions for parking your mode of transportation.
There are multiple parking lots at Disneyland in addition to the “normal” parking lot, including one for motorhomes and a VIP parking lot.
The moving walkway between the parking lot and Disneyland Park
With a capacity to accommodate over 100,000 visitors (Disneyland + Disney Studio), Eurodisney Park must have the ability to accommodate everyone’s vehicles. So just imagine the size of Disney’s parking lot. Alright, I’ll help you out, here’s the map!
As you can see, the parking lot takes up a massive portion of the area of Disneyland Paris. For comparison, the parking lot is as large as Disneyland Park itself (excluding Walt Disney Studio).
When you park your vehicle at the far end of the parking lot, you have a good few minutes of walking ahead of you. Fortunately, at Disney, everything is magical! Mickey has therefore provided a huge moving walkway that allows you to get to the park. While it doesn’t take you all the way to the entrance gates, the moving walkway drops you off near the bus stops for the Disney hotels. After that, in less than 10 minutes you’ll be at the park’s entrance gates. (See further down in this article for a map to find the parking lot’s moving walkway.)
Coming to Disneyland in a Motorhome
Once again, everything is set up for you to have a great stay at Disneyland. If you wish to come to Eurodisney Park with your motorhome, it’s possible. Not only is it possible, but you will also have access to showers, toilets, and waste disposal areas. All the information for coming to Disneyland in a motorhome can be found here <=
A parking lot reserved for motorhome users is available. It’s called the Pinocchio parking lot.
The Pinocchio parking lot is located at the beginning of the moving walkway and is entirely reserved for motorhomes.
You can definitely sleep in your motorhome in the Disneyland parking lot, which can be a less expensive alternative for your stay at Disney. If this is the case, you will need to pay the parking fees for each day you are parked in the lot. It’s a flat rate fee. So if you arrive in the evening at 6 pm, you will still be charged for the entire day.
Tip: Park as far away as possible from the moving walkway. At night, you’ll have a quieter experience in terms of noise (compared to the music from Disney Village).
The VIP Parking Lot at Disneyland Paris
At Disneyland, it’s not called “VIP parking,” it’s called “Disney Parking +.” Yes, like the Disney+ streaming service.
This parking lot is the closest to the park entrances, so you will have very little distance to cover. To access this “Parking+”, there are certain conditions that you must meet, which I will explain to you.
How to Get to Disney Parking+?
First method: Buy a privilege parking ticket
You have the Disneyland parking rate chart at the top of the page. So you just need to purchase your privilege spot and you’ll be able to park your car in the famous parking lot.
Second method: Have an Infinity Annual Pass
All visitors with an Infinity Annual Pass can access Disney Parking+ at will.
How to Get Free Parking at Disneyland?
You are staying in a Disney hotel
A parking ticket is unnecessary since parking is available at each Disney hotel. This applies to the Sequoia, New Port Bay, New York, Cheyenne, Santa Fe, and Disneyland hotels.
From these hotels, and included in your Disney stay package, free shuttles are organized to take you directly to the park. If you prefer to walk, pedestrian paths are also available and are a very short walk away (between 5 and 20 minutes depending on the hotel).
You are staying in a partner hotel
If this is the case and you have booked your stay through the Disneyland website, you will get free parking (or the option to take the free shuttles). Importantly, you must make your stay reservation through the official Disneyland website.