Doing the single rider services on attractions at Disney parks is a great way to save time that you’re waiting in line for rides. This post will tell you what all of the single rider rides at Disneyland are.
This post also includes the single rider rides at Disney California Adventure park since that is part of the Disneyland Resort.
Single rider is where you wait in a different line for a ride that is typically shorter. This is nice because the rides it’s available on typically have really long wait times since they’re really popular.
Once you get to the ride you will split up from your group and fill empty seats on the attraction, most likely sitting by people that you are not with, who waited in the standby line.
For example, on Radiator Springs Racers the cars seat 3 people in a row. If a group of 2 people gets on the ride together, then there will be an empty seat next to them. Someone from the single rider line will fill that spot and sit next to them.
Some things to know about single rider rides are that you are not guaranteed to get on the ride immediately, you must meet the requirements for the ride, and seat requests may not be accommodated.
Single rider lines are not always available, so check throughout the day to see which rides you can do it on.
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If you aren’t sure where to go to be a single rider, go to the queue of the ride and talk to a cast member. They can guide you on where to go.
- Matterhorn Bobsleds
- Splash Mountain
- Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run
California Adventure Rides
- Grizzly River Run
- Goofy’s Sky School
- Radiator Springs Racers
- WEB SLINGERS: A Spider-Man Adventure
Soarin’ Over California used to have a single rider line, but they haven’t had that option since it became Soarin’ Around The World.
Other rides that used to have it and currently don’t are Indiana Jones Adventure, Space Moutain, and Tower Of Terror, which is now Guardians Of The Galaxy – Mission: BREAKOUT!
All of those rides are now on Genie+, so that is most likely why they don’t offer single rider as an option anymore.
Hopefully they don’t start including Radiator Springs Racers in the list of rides that doesn’t have single riders since that stand-by line can be super long.
Other theme parks with a single rider option are Walt Disney World and Universal Studios Hollywood.
Which of these rides at Disneyland California is your favorite? Mine is Radiator Springs Racers in Cars Land!
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