There are advantages to a solo trip to Disneyland—you can dart in and out of crowds and skip the waits on a few single rider lines—but you're going to feel awfully lonely without a shoulder to cry on during World of Color.
Dating website MouseMingle is trying to make those lonesome visits a thing of the past by bringing together all types of Disney obsessives. Though the site isn't just dedicated to parkgoers, Southern Californians will certainly find that aspect most useful. You can search for a casual "park pal" (is this the Disney equivalent of "Netflix and chill"?) or someone to marry (at the park of course); there even seems to be a place for Disneyland gold diggers with a search filter for different levels of annual passes (hey, free parking is a big deal). The site has space for some of your non-Disney interests, too, but it dedicates most of your profile to your favorite princess, song, movie and theme park preferences.
We were unable to successfully register for a profile at the time of publication, but according to LA Magazine it's free to view profiles and photos; sending messages, on the other hand, requires a $12.55 monthly membership fee—as in '55, the year Disneyland opened.