Everything you need to know to have an amazing vacation to Disneyland in June!
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June is a great time to visit The Disneyland Resort! If you know what to plan for, you can have a great time despite the crowds!
Using Disney MaxPass and using these Park Hopper tips, will definitely help you get the most bang for your buck! You might also want to check out how to go to Disneyland on a Budget!
All About Disneyland in June
Disneyland Crowd Sizes in June
As you can see from the crowd calendar below, June is a pretty popular time to go to Disneyland. With most schools out for the summer, there are a lot of people that want to spend time at the Disneyland Resort.
To battle the crowds, Find out what rides have the Fastpass option and be ready to utilize it. It can really come in handy on a busy day!
If you’re wondering about crowd levels at other times of the year, you can find a crowd calendar for each month of 2019 in The Best Days to Visit Disneyland in 2019.
Also, Grad Nites continue into June on the 4th, 5th, 7th, 8th, 11th, 12th, and 14th. This event usually increases crowds at both Disneyland and Disney California Adventure which is something to be aware of when you plan your visit.
Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge Opening
If you haven’t heard, Disney has announced the opening date for Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge (Star Wars Land) at Disneyland Park as May 31, 2019. Well, a partial opening. Only one attraction will be open on this date, with the rest of Star Wars Land being set to open later in the year.
Star Wars Land will definitely affect crowd levels in June! Disneyland is trying to combat this by requiring no cost reservations, to limit the number of people entering the area, at least until June 23rd.
Average Weather at Disneyland in June
The average high temperatures at Disneyland in June are in the low 80s and low temperatures are in the low 60s.
The weather forecast for Disneyland in June calls for mostly sunny or partly cloudy days with relatively no rain showers. But, the weather is always unpredictable and can change. Make sure you check the current weather forecast before you leave, so you know what to expect.
What to Pack for Disneyland in June
Knowing what to pack for Disneyland in June is important. You don’t want to be unprepared and end up having to spend your vacation budget on things that could easily have been brought from home with a little planning.
Make sure you check out my post on How Amazon Can Save You Money at Disney and Disney Park Bag Essentials. Here are a few things you might want to consider packing if you’ll be traveling to Disneyland in June:
Pack Rain Protection
Although the weather forecast for Disneyland in June currently doesn’t call for much rain, we all know that the weather is unpredictable. Be prepared with a small travel umbrella or a poncho. These things can easily be kept in the car or hotel room if rain isn’t in the forecast that day.
A poncho can come in handy even if it doesn’t rain. Wear it on rides like Splash Mountain or Grizzly River Run to keep your clothes dry!
If you have a stroller with you, you’ll also need to think about keeping it, and your child dry if rain does decide to strike.
Some strollers have covers you can buy that are specifically made for them, but can be expensive. I like to buy a shower curtain liner from Dollar Tree and use cloths pins to hold it in place over the stroller. It cost $2.00 and works like a champ!
Pack Sun Protection
The California sun can be brutal, especially in the summer months. Make sure that you are ready for the UV rays by packing some sunblock, a hat, and sunglasses. Also make sure your kids are protected too. Nothing ruins a magical vacation like a sunburn!
Pack a Travel Blanket
A travel blanket is also a good idea to bring along to Disneyland in June. Not only will it keep you warm on those cool June mornings and nights, but it can also serve another purpose. It can be a great way to save a spot to sit on while watching the parades and fireworks shows!
Pack Clothing For Both Warm and Cool Weather
The mornings and evenings at Disneyland in June can be kind of chilly, but the days will be warm. This makes packing clothing for Disneyland in June a little tricky.
You will be ok wearing shorts or capris with a short-sleeved top but I definitely recommend bringing a lightweight jacket or sweatshirt that can be kept in a backpack or worn around your waist during the day.
Pack Adorable Disney Apparel
Before any Disney vacation, I like to check out Jane for adorable and affordable Disney vacation t-shirts! I have found so many cute shirts for only $13.99!
Just head to Jane.com and type “vacation” or “character” into the search bar and all of the adorable Disney items should pop up!
The deals change daily though, so make sure to check back often and follow me on Instagram to keep up on all of the amazing Disney-themed merchandise!
I’ve also had really good luck taking advantage of sales from The Disney Store! If you can catch a sale, you can save so much money over what you would pay for the same items at the Parks. Click the shopDisney button below to see what’s on sale right now!
Disneyland Park Hours in June
Here are the typical hours for Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure Park in June. As always, these hours are subject to change so check Disneyland’s website for current information.
- Opens at 8:00 A.M. or 9:00 A.M.
- Closes at 11:00 P.M. or 12:00 Midnight
Disney California Adventure Park
- Opens 8:00, 9:00, or 10:00 A.M.
- Closes 10:00 or 11:00 P.M.
Ride Closures in June
I love that Disneyland takes pride in their park and attractions. Because of this, there are usually a few rides at both Disneyland park and Disney’s California Adventure park that are closed for refurbishment at different times throughout the year.
But, you can stay up to date with ride closures by checking Disneyland’s website. Disneyland seems to update their list one or two months ahead of time, so check back for June’s closures in April or May.
Disneyland Ticket Savings
There aren’t a lot of Disneyland ticket savings out there, but they can be found if you know where to look. Make sure that if you buy Disney tickets from a third party, that they are an authorized ticket seller.
I usually buy my park tickets from Get Away Today. Their ticket prices are a few dollars cheaper than Disneyland’s gate prices and they are almost always offering some kind of special on Disneyland tickets.
Currently, you can get an extra day FREE at Disneyland! That is amazing! Head to getawaytoday.com to take advantage of this deal and check out the amazing hotels available.
Use the promo code MommyMouseto get $10 off any 2-night or longer Southern California package. (Hotel and 2 ticket minimum purchase to qualify for the discount)
There are so many things to think about when you are planning a trip to Disneyland. Make sure you pin these tips and follow @mommymouseclubhouse on Instagram for more Disney tips!