DCA is not as busy as Disneyland. It's a bit quieter and doesn't have as many rides as Disneyland. It's a fun park to visit, but not with the $56. I think this park should be a bit cheaper, because it doesn't have as much. Like Disneyland it is very accommodating to those with disabilities. They have wheel chairs and electric wheel charis for rental. I also suggest that if you want an electric wheel chair, get there early! They sell out real fast and they only have a limited number for the park. They have rental strollers too! Only $7 for an all day rental. I would not recommend them for infants or little ones under age 1. They are the jogging type strollers and they do not lay back all the way. Little ones heads tend to fall forward.
At both Disney parks if you have a disability you can go through the exits and not wait in line. but, be warned that they do screen you pretty good. So, don't think about borrowing a wheel chair and strapping on and ace bandage. Lol People try this quite often and get turned down quite a bit. I've seen some pretty embarrassed people. The park music is fun! You hear songs playing with a total California theme going. (California dreamin', California girls and so many other fun songs) I've been going to this park quite often... about once a week since it opened 5 1/2 years ago. So, if you have a question about the park, I'm the one to ask! lol