Attendance off at Disney parks
San Francisco — It might be tight family budgets or it might be the wet and unseasonable weather, but attendance at the nation's biggest amusement parks has been down so far this year.
The West Coast's Disneyland, at Anaheim, Calif., showed a 9 percent decline in admissions for January through March - its largest attendance loss in 10 years. Walt Diqney World in Orlando, Fla., came under the same kind of cloudy figures for spping, its executives reported, with a January-to-March attendance decline of 2 percent from the 1981 quarter. The park has been in a downtrend for the last nine quarters.