Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure Park are set to reopen VERY soon, and recently there have been all kinds of updates about the reopening.
This week, park tickets and reservations for Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel both became available, and restrictions were announced for Disneyland hotel dining and a number of other updates shared as well. But, amongst those update in terms of Disney’s policies and procedures when it comes to the reopening of the California parks, is the specific rules by which Disney might ask a guest to leave.
As we already know, masks will be required at Disneyland. Now, Disney’s website regarding the reopening of the Disneyland theme parks has some updated regulations when it comes to improper mask wearing and other things that could cause Disney to ask a guest to leave.
Specifically, the Disneyland website now notes that Disney reserves the right to require a guest to leave if they are not properly wearing an approved face mask. This is reminiscent of the signs seen in Disney World which specifically note that guests not properly wearing an approved mask will be asked to leave.
The Disneyland website also notes that Disney may require a guest to leave if they use profanity or offensive language towards Cast Members or other Guests, or if they violate any other Park Rules.
It is always important to read and look for Disney’s latest rules to ensure that you are following all updated requirements.
As a reminder, face coverings will be required for ALL guests ages 2 and up, Cast Members, and Operating Participant employees at Disneyland. Even those who have received the COVID-19 vaccine will be required to wear a mask.
We’ll continue to keep an eye out for more details about Disneyland’s reopening and any other changes or updates to their policies and procedures.