Hong Kong Disneyland Park
Toy Story Land
Kids, Tweens, Teens, Adults
Thrill Rides, Big Drops
Outdoor, Rider Switch
As the newest recruit to join the squadron, your basic training is about to begin.
Welcome to Fort Emery, the military base that’s actually a toy soldier play set. Andy, the boy from the Toy Story films, was putting the soldiers through parachuting drills before he left to go play somewhere else. Now that he’s gone, the soldiers have continued to learn how to skydive; and now that you’ve arrived, it’s your turn to train.
Take the Plunge
March in line past a World War II jeep to an open-air supply warehouse filled with stacked crates, cabinets and barrels. When given the go-ahead, step outside onto the training ground and board a 6-person parachute jump vehicle—canopied in camouflage green—and strap yourself in for the upcoming drill.
As the familiar voice of Sarge barks out safety instructions, float up a 25-meter-tall parachute tower. At the top, take in sweeping views of Toy Story Land—and glimpse nearby Mystic Manor and Grizzly Gulch—before suddenly dropping to the ground and then back up in a series of exhilarating aerial exercises. Feel the wind race across your face as you descend and ascend again and again—and experience the floating feeling of dropping from the sky with a parachute.
Are you brave enough to become an official paratrooper? The Toy Soldiers want you!
Before your jump, memorialize your drill with a photo. A large picture backdrop of a skydiving scene—complete with a 3-dimensional parachute positioned in front—is located near the entrance to the attraction. It's ideal for capturing the perfect snapshot for remembering your thrilling training exercise.