Everything you need to know when planning a vacation to Disneyland in February!
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February is one of the best months to visit the Disneyland Resort. The weather is mild, hotel prices are a little lower and the lines are shorter.
With that said, there are a few things to consider if you plan to visit Disneyland in February.
In this post, I’ll cover six things you should consider when planning a visit to Disneyland.
Heading to Disneyland in March? Check out my post, Disneyland in March: What to expect!
See my Disneyland Crowd Calendar 2020 HERE
Disneyland Crowds in February
Crowds in February are among the lowest of the year, which is why it is one of my favorite times to visit Disneyland.
Generally, the weekends will be a little busier than weekdays, but the crowds are still manageable.
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Average Weather at Disneyland in February
The weather at Disneyland in February is actually pretty pleasant. The average daytime highs are in the upper 60s or low 70s.
At night, the lows are generally in the upper 40s or low 50s.
There are usually a few rainy days and there will be some days that are cloudy, but it is still winter.
Plan on warm days and cool nights. Check out the weather forecast for February 2020 here!
What to Pack for Disneyland in February
Knowing what to pack in February is very important. You don’t want to be unprepared and end up having to use your hard-earned money on things you could have brought from home.
Make sure to check out my post on How Amazon Can Save You Money at Disney and 10 Things You NEED in your Disney Park Bag to help you pack!
Below you’ll find a few things you might want to consider packing if you’ll be traveling to Disneyland in February.
Umbrella, Poncho & Stroller Protection
Although the weather forecast for Disneyland in February usually only calls for a few days of rain, we all know that the weather is unpredictable.
Be prepared with a small travel umbrella and a poncho.
Not only can you use a poncho if it rains, but it can also come in handy to wear on rides like Splash Mountain or Grizzly River Run!
You’ll also want to think about keeping your stroller dry if you have one. For some strollers, you can buy a special cover specifically made for it.
But those covers can be expensive. I like to buy a shower curtain liner from Dollar Tree and use clothes pins to hold it in place over the stroller.
The total cost is $2.00 and it works like a champ!
The California sun can be brutal, even in the winter months. Make sure that you are ready for the UV rays by packing some sunblock, hat, and sunglasses.
Also, don’t forget to protect your kids! Nothing ruins a magical vacation like a sunburn!
A travel blanket is also a good idea to bring along with you to Disneyland in February.
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Not only will it keep you warm on those chilly February nights, but it can also serve another purpose. It can be great to sit on while watching a parade or fireworks show.
Pack for both Warm and Cold Weather
The mornings and evenings at Disneyland can be pretty chilly, but the days will be warm. This makes packing clothing for Disneyland in February a little tricky.
Pack jeans or long pants to stay warm and comfortable during the cooler temperatures.
Wear a short-sleeved top and bring a lightweight jacket or sweater that can be kept in a backpack or worn around your waist during the day.
Pack Adorable Disney Apparel
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Disneyland Park Hours in February
Here are the typical February hours for Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure Park.
As always, these hours are subject to change to change so be sure to check Disneyland’s website for current information.
Monday through Thursday
- Opens at 9:00 am or 10:00 am
- Closes at 8:00, 9:00, or 10:00 pm
Disney California Adventure Park
- Opens at 10:00 am
- Closes at 8:00 or 9:00 pm
Friday through Sunday
- Opens at 8:00 am or 9:00 am
- Closes at 10:00 pm, 11:00 pm, or 12:00 midnight
Disney California Adventure Park
- Opens at 10:00 am
- Closes at 9:00 pm or 10:00 pm
Disneyland Ride Closures
The downside with visiting Disneyland during the slower months like February, is that there are generally more ride closures than other times of the year.
Because of this, it’s important to stay up to date with ride closures by checking Disneyland’s website.
Disneyland seems to update their list one to two months ahead of time, so check back in December or January for current information.
Disneyland Ticket Savings in February
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 almost always a few dollars cheaper than Disneyland’s gate prices.
Get Away Today is also doing a special right now on their Disneyland tickets. You can get an Adult 3 Day Park Hopper Ticket for the price of a child’s ticket!
That’s up to a $19 savings per ticket! Check out www.getawaytoday.com for current deals.
You can always use the Get Away Today promo code: MommyMouse to 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 check out more of my Disney Tips & Tricks to make your trip as magical as possible!