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  • Disney's California AdventureDisney's California Adventure Anaheim, California
    The Disney's California Adventure Park in Anaheim, California, is another one of their theme parks that opened in 2001, right next door to Disneyland and included in the bigger megatropolis of Disneyland Resort sitting on 55 acres and was part of the huge expansion program that took Disneyland and made it into the Disney Resort. This resort now contains five magnificent and exciting areas that include, Paradise Pier, A Bug's Land, Sunshine Plaza, the Golden State and Hollywood Pictures Backlot. During 1991, the Disney corporation said that they were going to build another gate in the city, calling it WestCOT, which would become the west coast's version of Epcot; and put it in the former main parking lot. For various reasons, the plan fell through in 1995, and eventually became the newer idea of Disney's California Adventure (DCA), which would be a celebration of the state, kind of like stepping into a postcard and part of a bigger plan that would expand the park into a multi-day vacation area that would be appreciated by more people; and close to the Walt Disney World Resort. Construction started in 1998, and would also include the Paradise Pier hotel, Downtown Disney, refurbishing the Disneyland Hotel and Disney's Grand Californian Hotel. It was finished in 2001, and a newer multi-level parking garage is located nearby with room for double the original 5000 cars.

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  • Adventure CityAdventure City Anaheim, California
    Adventure City is one of the numerous theme parks located in Anaheim, California, but closer to Stanton and it sits proudly on just two acres of land with ten rides and considered the smallest of the theme parks located in the state. Its attendance is between 20,000 and 40,000 a year and has only the Coca-Cola company as a sponsor; opening in 1994, after an initial investment of $4 million; and part of the expansion project put on by Hobby City, the six acre complex of unusual shops and museums. It was opened as a another choice for those with families visiting the city, like Knott's Berry Farm and Disneyland. Hobby City had a miniature railroad ride that excited the family, and had opened in 1938 and it was then enlarged to include the new park's venues; as well as a 1946 carousel.

January 11, 2011