Renting Scooters and wheelchairs at Disneyland
A Disneyland Scooter rental is $50.00 a day and does require a refundable deposit and a valid drivers license. You Must be 18 or over to rent an ECV. You cannot take rented ECVs between parks. If you wish toD switch parks you must turn in your ECV in the park you are leaving and pick up a new one in the other park. You will not have to pay again but it is not guaranteed that an ECV will be available in the other park.
Wheelchair is $12.00 a day and does require a deposit (as of January 2020).
No Wheelchair or ECV rental is available in Downtown Disney.
Unlike Walt Disney World where it is challenging to use the Disney transportation with and ECV it makes sense to rent an ECV from an outside company while vacationing at Disneyland if you will be attending more than a day or two. It is cheaper and you will be able to use the ECV between theme parks, downtown Disney and your hotel.
Renting a ECV from an outside company at Disneyland
In the past when you rented a ECV from an outside company they would deliver it to the bell desk the morning of your arrival day and you could leave it at the bell desk when you checked out. That is no longer true at the 3 Disney Hotels. (Disneyland Hotel, Paradise Pier, Disney's Grand Californian Hotel). Disney has partnered with ONE scooter company and that company is the only one that can deliver and pick a ECV without you being present. That company is ScooterBug. If you are staying at a Disney Hotel and use any other scooter company you must arrange a drop off and pick up time with the company.
The policies will vary if you stay at a non-Disney hotel. In the past we've never had any problems having the ECV delivered to the bell desks but with more and more scooters being used every year it is best that you call your hotel and ask about their policy. The good news is that the scooter companies are very used to delivering ECVs to the Disney area hotels so they are pretty good at dropping off and picking up ECVs at a specific time.
ScooterBug Rentals - scooterbug.com 1-800-726-8284
ScooterBug is the ONLY scooter rental company that can drop off and pick up at the Bell Desk at the three Disney Hotels. They rent a variety of wheelchairs and a 'Resort Plus' ECV that has a 25 mile range, a 450 lb weight limit and a onboard USB charger. The more days you rent... the cheaper the daily rate is. The following is their January 2020 rate chart. Visit their website to verify the prices.
Total Rent Price Excluding taxes
|$45 || 1 Day |
| $80 || 2 Days |
| $111 || 3 Days |
| $136 || 4 Days |
| $155 || 5 Days |
| $174 || 6 Days |
| $189 || 7 Days |
| $216 || 8-9 Days |
| $253 || 10-11 Days |
| $286 || 12-13 Days |
| $340 ||14-15 Days |
Deckerts rents and delivers directly to your hotel starting around $40 per day a scooter that plugs in at night so you don't have battery issues. We have used them about 10 times over the years and have never had a problem. Once we had one with a faulty battery and they delivered a new one within 2 hours of us calling.
Guests with Mobility Disabilities Many Disneyland Resort attractions offer access for Guests with wheelchairs or mobility disabilities. Depending on the attraction, the following types of mobility access are available:
All restaurants, shops and entertainment venues are wheelchair accessible. Some attractions at Disneyland park require Guest transfer.
- Ambulatory Requirements: Some of the attractions at the Disneyland Resort require Guests to be ambulatory.
- Wheelchair Accessible: Many of the attractions at the Disneyland Resort allow Guests to remain in their wheelchairs during their experience.
- Wheelchair Transfer Required: Some of the attractions at the Disneyland Resort require Guests to transfer from their wheelchairs to enjoy their experience.
Remember to save your ticket. If your rented wheelchair goes missing while you are at the park, bring your ticket to Wheelchair Rentals and we will be happy to provide you with a new wheelchair.
Please review the lists below to learn specific mobility accessibility by attractions within each theme park. Additional accessibility information can be found in the individual attraction pages.
Ambulatory Requirements Chip 'n Dale Treehouse
Disneyland Railroad - Main Street, U.S.A.
Goofy's Bounce House
Sailing Ship Columbia
Wheelchair Accessible The Disney Gallery
Disneyland Railroad - New Orleans Square
Disneyland Railroad - Tomorrowland
Disneyland Railroad - Mickey's Toontown
Enchanted Tiki Room, presented by Dole Pineapple
Frontierland Shootin' Exposition
The Golden Horseshoe
"Honey, I Shrunk the Audience," presented by Kodak
"it's a small world"
Main Street Cinema
Mickey's House and Meet Mickey
Mark Twain Riverboat
Tom Sawyer Island
Wheelchair Transfer Required Alice in Wonderland
Autopia, presented by Chevron
Big Thunder Mountain Railroad
Casey Jr. Circus Train
Davy Crockett's Explorer Canoes
Fire Engine, presented by National Car Rental
Gadget's Go Coaster
Horse-Drawn Streetcars, presented by National Car Rental
Horseless Carriage, presented by National Car Rental
Indiana Jones™ Adventure
King Arthur Carrousel
Mad Tea Party
Mr. Toad's Wild Ride
Omnibus, presented by National Car Rental
Peter Pan's Flight
Pinocchio's Daring Journey
Pirates of the Caribbean
Roger Rabbit's Car Toon Spin
Snow White's Scary Adventures
Space Mountain (July 2005)
Star Tours, presented by Energizer
Storybook Land Canal Boats
Millenium Falcon: Smugglers Run
Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance
Disney's California Adventure Park
The Bakery Tour
Redwood Creek Challenge Trail
Jessie's Critter Carousel
Walt Disney Imagineering Blue Sky Cellar
Wheelchair Transfer Required Incredicoaster
Inside Out Emotional Whirlwind
Grizzly River Run
Soarin' Over California
The Little Mermaid
Luigi's Rollickin' Roadsters
Luigi's Honkin' Haul-O-Ween
Maters Junkyard Jamboree
Pixar Pal Around
Radiator Springs Racers
Silly Symphony Swings
Goofy's Sky School
Pixar Pal Around