Disneyland Resort has announced today that from June 15, non-California residents will be permitted to enter it’s gates once again.

Disneyland Resort’s phased reopening of Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure Park began on April 30 which included non-California residents disallowed from entering.

In an announcement on the Disney Parks blog, Disney said that “out-of-state visitors may now begin booking their return to the parks on Disneyland.com.”

The all-new Avengers Campus is also scheduled to open on June 4, located at Disney California Adventure Park.

“Until June 15, all guests visiting the Disneyland Resort must be California residents visiting in groups no larger than 3 households.”

“The State of California strongly recommends that all guests be fully vaccinated or obtain a negative COVID-19 test prior to entering the theme parks.”

Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel will reopen on June 15 and Disneyland Hotel on July 2.

“In addition, all guests will be required to wear an approved face-covering throughout their visit at the Disneyland Resort.”


“As always, our procedures may change as we continue to update our health and safety processes based on guidance from the state of California and local health officials.”

“The latest details to know before you go can be found on Disneyland.com/Updates. We recommend that you check back on the website often, as information continues to be updated.”

“As a reminder, to enter a theme park, all guests (ages 3 and older) need to have both a ticket and theme park reservation for the same park on the same date.”

“We recently announced a new way for guests to purchase theme park tickets at the same time they make park reservations.”

“We’re also excited to share an additional update on the theme park reservation system.”

“Beginning today, the booking window for theme park reservations has expanded out to 120 days, allowing guests even more time to plan their return to the resort! Check the theme park reservation calendar for availability.”