101 Disneyland Tips turns ONE, let’s celebrate

101 Disneyland Tips

I never believe how fast time flies. It’s hard to believe we just hit the ONE year anniversary of my book, 101 Disneyland Tips. It’s been such a great year and I look forward to sharing a new, revised edition with you early next year.

My book has done really well, and I’m proud of the reviews it has received so far. If you haven’t read it yet, you’re in for a treat. Dawn Cullo, the ultimate Disney fan, wrote the foreword of the book, giving us an abbreviated history of Disneyland. This book is filled with helpful tips for ally parents, any first-time visitor, and even those of you who think you’ve experienced it all. Thank you to all of you who have purchased, read, and shared the book. Without you, it wouldn’t be as successful, I’m sure of it.

Disney Gift Card

To celebrate, I’m giving away TWO $50 Disney gift cards. Enter below to win one of the two gift cards we’re giving away to celebrate my book anniversary!

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  1. Susan Whitten

    I just love feeling like a kid at Disneyworld!!

  2. liz campbell

    congrats on the anniversary, hope you have more successes

  3. liz campbell

    my tip would be to just have fun and enjoy. take it all in. I like a mid day siesta.

  4. Tammy R

    We have only been once and one of the most helpful tips was maybe a no brainer but pack LOTS of snacks. With two small boys it was so crucial BUT we made a stop at the Dollar Store and Target’s One Spot and bought lots of cute Disney style packaging to store the goodies in the keep a little magic.

  5. Lalita Malone

    Definitely try to stay in a local hotel and do both parks, one day at a time. There’s so much to see at both.

  6. Lindsay

    We are going in January – the best time of the year to go! Mild weather. Smaller crowds. Me and my big girls are ready to rock the single rider lines, too.

  7. Kari McClain

    Get the 3-Day Park Hopper so you can enjoy both parks and have time to go back to your favorites.

  8. Charles Lee

    I hope I win. I can use the card for an online purchase from the Disney Store.

  9. Beth Tinseth

    Congrats on the books. Kari suggested it to me last year and I loved reading it before our trip. Lots of good ideas and advice. Exactly what I was looking for.

  10. Emelia Halfcrazymama.com

    My tip is that a great place to cool off on a hot day is the Animation building at DCA.

  11. Julie savingupfordisney.com

    My tip is to always get to the Park before opening. The characters hang out on Main Street before “rope drop” and you can get pictures with them even before the Park opens.

  12. Judy Kotnik

    It will be a great CHRISTmas gift or birthday gift to someone.

  13. I think my favorite tip is for the little ones – the baby care center is something so few people seem to know about and it is such a great thing for potty training kiddies and there is very rarely a line – great time saver too!
    congrats on one year! awesome book with great tips! My daughter stole mine from me and loves it too!

  14. andrew

    excited to go

  15. My tip – always arrive 15 minutes before rope drop. Lines are shortest in the morning so take advantage. If you have little kids, they are up anyway, right?

  16. Gayle Turner disneygals.com

    Cam, so, so excited to see you live this dream. It is still my must have book in my Disneyland Backpack!

  17. Janice Brady

    My favorite tip is to buy souvenirs for the kids at home in Walmart, Target or Disney store sale section, bring them with you and dole out each night before bed! I usually leave it out after everyone leaves the room and tell my granddaughter Mickey left her a treat because he heard she was so good all day!

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