Ok, here it is. I wanted to post a thread where people can share their actual experiences with using passes (or other resources or tools - for conciseness, I'll use 'pass') reserved for people with disabilities - theme park, national park, any park or recreational/leisure/vacation spot. Please also post if you have info on a pass but haven't used it yourself. Summer's coming up, and I think this could be helpful. For the purposes of this post, type 1 diabetes qualifies as a disability. If you don't think so, this is not the place to say it. I also don't care whether you would use a pass or not. This post serves 2 main purposes: 1. To clear up misconceptions about what these passes actually do; and 2. To disseminate information to people who might not have known these even exist. On to the format, just to try to keep things organized: 1. Name of the place 2. Name of the pass (and link to the specific page, if available) 3. How/where you acquired the pass 4. What this pass gave you access to/allowed you to do that you couldn't have without it* 5. If applicable, how this pass kept your child safe (there were safety concerns expressed earlier) If you don't want to answer for yourself out of fear of judgment (don't know if fear is the right word), please respond in general terms (e.g., one would acquire the pass at the customer service desk). Since this is open to both those who've used one, and also those who haven't but know of one, we won't know which category you fall into. Thank you. *Please don't offer advice on how someone could have done such-and-such without a pass. If there are rules against it, let's assume it could not have been done without the pass.