Forgive me, as I assume this has been posted somewhere, but I could locate it.
I have been a passholder for 10 years on and off, and I have learned many tips about the park over the years, but I realize, there is still so much to do there that I don't know about.
Example, I never knew you could drive the mark twain until a cast member saw myself and a friend wandering the deck looking for a spot to sit down, and offered to let us drive. It was the most fun I'd had in a very long time there.
I also just discovered that you could ask to ride in the Lilly Belle and maybe a CM will oblige your request.
I am looking for more little things like that to do. Fun experiences that aren't well known. If your an AP. what have you learned that makes your trip better, what are some really great picture spots that aren't very well known, etc etc. After loving Disneyland for all my life, I am finally starting to just calm down and enjoy the small parts.