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Walt’s All-American Potty

 One place a clean and orderly restroom is appreciated is at family fun parks.  No matter the name or theme of the venue, the one thing they all have in common is that they’re visited by families and families have kids.  And kids have needs and adults have needs, and the biggest challenge for caregivers is to safely provide for those necessities.

Of the essentials, food and hydration top the list and when those needs are met there comes a time when restrooms quickly become the top dog.  Walt Disney knew the tremendous importance of a well-organized, meticulously maintained adventure park and he appreciated that restrooms were a significant part of his guests experience and thus were top-dog for him too.

Disneyland was built under the direct supervision of Walt Disney  in July 1955.  He took the age old idea of multiple theme parks located in one amusement park and made it into the largest and most popular facility of its kind in history.  Walt created the American experience and he invited us into his vast dream showcasing all the goodness, innocence, grace and dignity the United States stands for.

To go to Disneyland is to step back in time, or plunge into the future, but the one thing you’ll be hard pressed to do while you’re there is to find peeling paint, litter, or neglected gardens.  The maintenance program at Disneyland is legendary and has kept Walt’s dream fresh and vibrant for generations to enjoy, embrace and to be inspired from.

Disneyland expert D’land Diva wrote about the five best restrooms in Disneyland and shares with us their location and why they’re worth noting.  They are in various parts of the park, but the common element they all share is cleanliness.   If you’re planning a trip to Disneyland Anaheim you’ll benefit from this information.

Happy 60th Anniversary Disneyland and thank you Walt for blazing the trail in spectacular and even awe-inspiring facility care.