|Location||Anaheim, California, USA|
|Opened||February 8, 2001|
|Owner||The Walt Disney Comapny|
|Operator||Disney Parks, Experiences and Products|
|General manager||Mary Niven (vice-president)|
|Operating season||All year-round|
|Previous names||Disney's California Adventure|
|Area||55 acres (22.3 ha)|
Disney California Adventure Park is a theme park located in Anaheim, California, adjacent to Disneyland Park. It opened on February 8, 2001. Each area is meant to resemble various aspects of California, its culture, landmarks and history. In 2018, the park attracted approximately 9.86 million guests, making it the 12th-most visited theme park in the world, its highest ever attendance total for a calendar year. The Incredicoaster is the fastest roller coaster of all the Disneyland Resort.
The park opened on February 8, 2001. The park was built alongside Disney's Grand Californian Hotel and Downtown Disney, a shopping, dining, and live entertainment destination. The three attractions were constructed at a combined cost of $1.4 billion.
Present roller coasters
|Goofy's Sky School||Mack Rides||Wild Mouse||2001||Operating|
|Incredicoaster||Intamin||Launched Custom Single Inversion Coaster||2001||Operating|
- "Anaheim gets a brand new look", The Sacramento Bee.
- "New Disney park welcomes California dreamers". CNN Travel. http://edition.cnn.com/2001/TRAVEL/NEWS/02/08/disney.park/.
- on the Roller Coaster DataBase.
|DisneyAmusement parks operated by|
|Walt Disney World (Florida)||Animal Kingdom • Epcot • Hollwyood Studios • Magic Kingdom • Blizzard Beach (Water Park) • Typhoon Lagoon (Water Park) • Disney Springs (Shopping) • ESPN Wide World Of Sports (Sports Center)|
|Disneyland Resort (California)||Disneyland • California Adventure • Downtown Disney (Shopping)|
|Disneyland Resort Paris||Disneyland • Walt Disney Studios • Disney Village (Shopping)|
|Tokyo Disney Resort||Tokyo Disneyland • Tokyo DisneySea|
|Hong Kong Disneyland Resort||Hong Kong Disneyland|
|Shanghai Disney Resort||Shanghai Disneyland • Disneytown (Shopping)|
|CANCELLED PROJECTS||Riverfront Square (Missouri) • DisneySea (California ) • Westcot (California) • Disney MGM Studios (Paris) • Diney's America (Virginia)|