Grizzly Peak (Disney California Adventure)

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Grizzly Peak
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Grizzly Peak, the land's namesake icon
Theme1950s National Recreation Area
Water rides1
Other rides1
Disney California Adventure Park
Coordinates33°48′26″N 117°55′12″W / 33.80712°N 117.91996°W / 33.80712; -117.91996Coordinates: 33°48′26″N 117°55′12″W / 33.80712°N 117.91996°W / 33.80712; -117.91996
OpenedFebruary 8, 2001 (2001-02-08)

Grizzly Peak is a themed land at Disney California Adventure Park at the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California. The area is designed to look like the typical Californian National Park setting found in the 1950s. The land opened with the park in 2001 as part of a subsection of a larger land, Golden State, which also included two other neighboring lands, Pacific Wharf and Condor Flats. The "Golden State" name was retired and the three sections were broken off into their own separate lands in 2012, as part of the park's redesign.[1] The Condor Flats section was subsequently incorporated into the Grizzly Peak area, as Grizzly Peak Airfield, in 2015.[2]

The land's name is eponymous with its central icon, Grizzly Peak.


Soarin' in Grizzly Peak Airfield. Photo from July 17th, 2015.

Former attractions[edit]


  • Smokejumpers Grill



  • Rushin' River Outfitters
  • Humphrey's Service & Supplies


  1. ^ Glover, Erin. "Eight Lands to Explore at the Expanded Disney California Adventure Park This Summer". Disney Parks Blog. Retrieved 16 June 2012.
  2. ^ MacDonald, Brady (March 12, 2015). "Disney California Adventure face-lift continues with rethemed land". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved March 12, 2015.