Navigating Disneyland in a plus size body is a very different experience. Heck, navigating LIFE in a plus size body is a different experience. As a plus size woman who goes to the parks pretty much weekly, I wanted to create a guide to help other plus size people navigate comfortably. These recommendations came from a poll I did where I asked 300 plus size people what they use to when visiting Disneyland. I wanted to make sure I had a great list with something for everyone! Below you will find tips in regards to what to wear to have a comfortable trip, the best places to rest, what rides you will likely fit comfortably on, and the best places to eat when visiting Disneyland and Disney California Adventure as a plus size individual.
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What to wear to make my trip more comfortable?
Doctor Scholls inserts
Hokas (Clifton 4 & Bondi 6)
Skechers Go Walk
Recommended chaffing cream:
Monistat’s Anti-Chafing Gel
Megababe Thigh rescue chafe stick
Squirrels Nut butter
You can also use Summers Eve deodorant spray to keep any of these dry.
Rump and Silky
Cacique no show wide thong
Recommended to have on hand in your bag
Battery operated fan
Large bandaids in case you chaeffe
The best places to rest throughout the park when you need a moment to catch you breath or relax.
Tables outside of Buzz Light Year
The Golden Horseshoe
Grand California Lobby
The Frozen Play
Main street Cinema
Behind Grizzly Run (very shady)
Redwood Trail (great place to sit at the bottom)
Outside Monster’s Inc
Tips for rides
Pull out the seatbelt for rides before you sit down.
A collection of the best places to eat in relation to each ride to help you plan your trip better.
Comfortable yet stylish Disney clothes
Lularoe Leggings (size TC/TC2)
Ambrie leggings (use code raisedbythemouse for discount!)