Rides in Paradise Pier, Disneyland, California

I am bringing again memories during our visit in Disneyland. I guess my favorite themed park in Disney’s California Adventure Park is Paradise Pier. Some people might not like it but I found it very interesting here. This is not actually a pier despite its name and the presence of a man-made lake near here but merely a waterside area of the park. You can see the California Screamin’, a roller coaster that sprawls around the area of the various attractions here. During our visit in June 6, 2008, the Toy Story Midway Mania was still not opened. It officially opened two weeks after our visit. I also read online that since 2008 until 2012 there are facelifts that are going on in California Adventure Park and Paradise Pier will be re-themed as a Victorian style pier.

Here are some of the images I took during our visit last June 2008. It was truly a memorable and enjoyable trip to this entertainment world!

the Ferris Wheel and California Screamin’ roller coaster. This is a man-made lake located in Paradise Pier.


A new area called Paradise Park has almost been completed. The walking area is available to guests, but the boardwalk area is still getting cleaned up. It features a viewing area for World of Color and has a water play area in the open part that’s not turned on yet. A new Paradise Pier sign has recently been added to the California Screamin’ ride above the loop where the former Mickey ears were in early March 2009. A sunburst is being painted onto the center circle where the Former Mickey mouse shape once was and it was completed in April 2009.

 
 

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