Black Spire Outpost is the name of the village inside of the upcoming Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at both Disneyland Resort in California and Walt Disney World Resort in Florida. The village is closely associated with the geological formations that surround it. As the largest settlement on the planet Batuu, Black Spire Outpost is an infamous stop for traders, adventurers, and smugglers traveling around the Outer Rim and Wild Space. Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge will open at Disneyland Resort in summer 2019 and at Walt Disney World Resort in late fall 2019. (Disney)
Disneyland Resort Announces Parking Procedures for Galaxy’s Edge Opening Weeks
With Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge opening up at Disneyland in just three weeks, there are a few things you’ll want to know when it comes to parking before experiencing the all new expansion.
If you’re wanting to guarantee a reservation to make sure you’re one of the first guests into Galaxy’s Edge, there are still reservations available if you’re staying at the Disneyland Resort hotel between May 31 and June 23, 2019. With this reservation system in place, you’ll only be allowed into the new section of the theme park for four hours, which will be strictly enforced by Stormtroopers patrolling the land.
Because of these reservations and four hour time slots, you won’t have to rush to find a parking spot too early. The new parking structure, Pixar Pals, is still being constructed, but Mickey & Friends and Toy Story will be your primary parking lots to utilize when arriving to Disneyland.
Disney Parks Blog even created a short video to let you know all about these upcoming tips to help make your experience into Galaxy’s Edge a bit smoother, before you even enter the park. The Disney Ambassador, Justin Rapp, can explain more for you in the video below.
If you didn’t happen to get a reservation at the Disneyland Resort hotel to get into the land earlier, you can still experience it starting after June 23. The virtual queuing system will be in place so you can still enjoy your time throughout Disneyland before needing to make your way back to Galaxy’s Edge to experience the attractions yourself. Once you’re back inside, you’ll be able to request to join a boarding group to visit this section of the park, either through the Disneyland app or through a non-technology option.
Will you be one of the few lucky ones to experience the force of Galaxy’s Edge during the first few weeks, or will you be patiently waiting your turn to enter after June 23? Let us know in the comments, and may the force be with you!