Disney Parks from Largest to Smallest

As we walked around the Walt Disney World Property the last few days, I began to think about just how big each park was.   Maybe it was because I was laying hardwood flooring the day before we went to the park so my legs were feeling it, but these parks are big.    But how big?

Can you list out all the Disney Theme Parks in the world from the largest park down to the smallest park?    As you think, be sure to separate out each of the parks.

Disney Park Size

I’ll give you one hint here and list out the resort area size along with the parks that make it up.

  • Walt Disney World – 25,000 Acres
    • Made up of Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios, and Animal Kingdom
  • Disneyland Resort Paris – 4,800 Acres
    • Made up of Disneyland Paris and Walt Disney Studios Paris
  • Disneyland Resort – 510 Acres
    • Made up of Disneyland and Disney’s California Adventure
  • Tokyo Disney Resort – 494 Acres
    • Made up of Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySeas
  • Hong Kong Disneyland – 311 Acres
    • Made up of Hong Kong Disneyland

That’s a big hint, now could you separate out each park and list them out in order from largest to smallest?

How many did you get right?    Be sure to hop around for more trivia!

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  • What great trivia this week! I, of course, knew that the AK was the largest park, but I wouldn’t have known all the rest. Thanks for sharing.

  • Awesome trivia!

  • Joe Michael Stonebraker

    Be fun to see them laid out next to each other.

  • Maysa

    Disney’s Hollywood was a surprise for me! Bigger than Tokyo Disneyland and the Magic Kingdom! I always got the impression that it was one of the smallest Disney parks.

    • Arthur H

      It was mostly for the backlot tour area and the compounds on the property most of which were never accessible. Since the studio backlot area including the most of the old town New York themed area is now closed with a giant wall around it for the upcoming Star Wars land, the park feels much smaller. But it is still a great park, I visited a few times over Christmas and New Years and found it still interesting.

  • danlb_2000

    I didn’t some measurements in Google Earth and these number are a little deceiving. MK is about right if you measure the boundary of the park, but to get to 154 for MGM/DHS you would need to include a big chunk of the parking lot. Same for Epcot, you would need some parking and backstage areas in that total. For Animal Kingdom you would also have to include the entire parking lot, large back stage areas, the new Avatarland and large unused expansion plot behind Asia.