Did you that the a handful of rides at both Disneyland Park and California Adventure offer a Single Rider line which can drastically cut down your wait time at eight popular rides? It’s true!
Currently there are eight attractions between both Disneyland parks that offer a Single Rider line: Matterhorn Bobsleds, Splash Mountain, Millennium Falcon Smugglers Run, Grizzly River Run, Incredicoaster, Goofy’s Sky School, Radiator Springs Racers, and Web Slingers A Spider-Man Adventure.
What is a Single Rider line?
Single Rider line allows guests who wish to ride alone (or don’t mind splitting their parties) to join a separate, typically shorter and quicker line for an attraction.
This free service allows gusts to squeeze in more magic throughout their day by reducing wait times a select popular attractions.
For example, the Incredicoaster has two seats per row, but if only one is filled by a guest from the normal queue, then a Single Rider will be assigned that open seat.
Generally, your party is guaranteed to be split up if you’re in the Single Rider line but there sometimes may be opportunities that some members can still ride together. For example, Radiator Springs Racers has 6 seats per car. But if only four are taken, a single rider will be assigned to the open seat on both row 1 and 2.
Personally, there have been times when my wife and I joined the single rider line but still ended up in the same car. We just sat behind or in front of each other.
Disneyland Single Rider Lines
Here are all of the attractions at Disneyland park that offer a Single Rider line:
- Matterhorn Bobsleds
- Splash Mountain
- Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run
California Adventure Single Rider Lines
Here are all of the attractions at California Adventure that offer a Single Rider line:
- Web Slingers: A Spider-Man Adventure
- Goofy’s Sky School
- Radiator Springs Racers
- Grizzly River Run
Some rides that used to have a Single Rider line but no longer offer it include Indiana Jones Adventure, Space Mountain, and Soarin. Unfortunately, it appears that those lines will never be coming back.
Thanks for reading, and if you have any questions regarding single rider lines at Disneyland, please feel free to let me know in the comment section below.
Related: Looking for Single Rider lines at Disney World? Check them out here.