Thinking of traveling to a theme park this summer? Nowadays, many parks offer gluten and allergen-free accommodations, including the parks below! As always, menu items and ingredients may change over time, so please confirm with park staff & chefs. (Don’t forget to use the Find Me Gluten Free app in and around the parks for more options!) Have you had good experiences at a theme park not listed? Leave us a comment!
1. Disneyland & California Adventure
Snacking: Against All Grain
Disneyland: Against All Grain
California Adventure: Against All Grain
Top 10 Places to Eat at Disneyland Gluten Free: Chip & Co
Disneyland Parks Gluten Free List: Disney Eats
2. Disney World
Disney World Parks: Allergy Free Mouse
Eating Gluten Free at Disney World: Disney Food Blog
Allergy Friendly Dining at Walt Disney World: Disney Food Blog Jennifer Harris
3. Universal Studios
Hollywood: Universal Studios
Orlando: Palm Trees and Gluten Free
Legoland Gluten Free: Gluten Free Frenzy
San Diego: Celiac and the Beast
6. Hershey Park
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Hershey Park has an app for their park that has a map and is searchable and GPS walking directions enabled. It shows several locations where GF food is available throughout their park. We have been there two years in a row and I had no issues each time. Some of their locations have more choices than others, but if you plan well, everyone can have a safe, enjoyable meal.
Thanks so much for the info, Lisa!
We have had wonderful experiences as Busch gardens in Tampa! They are very accommodating and careful. And Six Flags Great America also has a gluten free restaurant now, and their other food places are very knowledgeable and accommodating as well.
Cedar Point in Sandusky, Ohio also has Gluten Free options. If you stop at Guest Services on the way in, they have a seperate handout for you. We have had great luck there.
Tracy I just sent this link to cedar fair corporate office before I scrolled down and saw your comment. I wasn’t aware they have GF at cedar point. I will let my wife know!
Holiday World in Santa Claus Indiana has a lot of gluten free options.
Silver Dollar City in Branson, MO had gluten and allergy free options at most food places. You just had to ask for the list. They were great making sure that I was alright. Took some time to get my burger, but they actually cleaned a grill and then cooked my food.