I get, on average, one day at the parks a year, and this year it's Halloween. When I first found this out back in May or June, I posted on the boards with a handful of questions, and a number of people said it should be fairly uncrowded, that Halloween was never a big deal for Disneyland, and since it's on a Tuesday this year there shouldn't be any issues. Of course, this was long before Disney's No-off-season-ever-again Department announced their Halloweentime plans, and now I am worried.
I suppose my question here is, should I be worried? For me, it's worth going during the off-season because I am quite willing to trade ride closures (*sniff* for the Matterhorn, though) for a quieter park. For you APers that get to go all the time, does it seem like Halloweentime is drawing in larger crowds than usual? I'm wondering if Halloween itself is going to be a large draw, since it will be the last day... I will actually be in the Long Beach area all week, so I am wondering if it's worth it to try and talk my boyfriend and his sister into going later in the week instead, trading fun Halloween stuff for fewer people.