Frontierland Disneyland

Introduction | Attractions and Entertainment | Dining | Shopping


“Here we experience the story of our country’s past…
the colorful drama of frontier America in the exciting days of the covered wagon and the stage coach, the advent of the railroad and the romantic riverboat. Frontierland is a tribute to the faith, courage and ingenuity of the pioneers who blazed the trails across America.” – Walt Disney


Frontierland DisneylandINTRODUCTION

Between Adventureland and Fantasyland is Frontierland – the last outpost of civilization in the wild, wild, west. Built along the “Rivers of America” waterway, Frontierland’s mountain range, dance hall, shootin’ gallery, fort, and rustic buildings, make it easy to transport yourself back to the time of Davy Crockett. Big Thunder Trail connects Frontierland to Fantasyland, and Frontierland has access to Adventureland and New Orleans Square, also.

Compare Disneyland’s Frontierland to Walt Disney World’s Frontierland HERE.



Big Thunder Mountain Railroad – Hang on to your hats on this rollercoaster ride through the Old West on a runaway mine train.

Frontierland Shootin’ Arcade – An Old West arcade, where shots are just 2 cents a piece. And we don’t mean alcohol!

Golden Horseshoe – Live stage shows featuring The Laughing Stock Co.

Mark Twain Riverboat – Take a trip on the Rivers of America on the paddle wheeler Mark Twain.

Pirate’s Lair on Tom Sawyer Island – Spooky caves, rope bridges, trails, a pirate ship and a variety of activities await you on this island, a short raft ride across the Rivers of America.

Sailing Ship Columbia – Take a voyage on the Rivers of America on this 18th century sailing ship.



Golden Horseshoe – Fish and chips, chicken, chili, and ice cream floats and sundaes.

Rancho del Zocalo – Mexican grill serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Breakfast includes American options like Mickey Mouse pancakes as well as Mexican specialties. Lunch and dinner entrees include tacos, salads, burritos and enchiladas.

River Belle Terrace – Table service restaurant serving lunch and dinner. Features Southern-style BBQ dishes like chicken, ribs, sandwiches and salads.


Stage Door Cafe – Fish and chips, chicken strips, and funnel cakes.

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Bonanza Outfitters – Western apparel for men, women, and children.

Pioneer Mercantile – Frontier-themed souvenirs such as Davy Crockett hats and Western style character merchandise.

Silver Spur – Disney pins and pin accessories.

Westward Ho Trading Company – Western and character hats.

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