Not park, but resort related--a story I'd rather forget: We were staying at AKL when DS was 3, just about to turn 4. It was Christmas Eve and DS took a short nap in our room prior to us leaving for our special dinner at Artist Point. Well, DS did NOT appreciate being woken up to get dressed for dinner and so he started to scream his head off, "NO! NO! STOP! NOOOOO! I DON'T WANT TO! DON'T MAKE ME DO IT! HELP ME! HELP ME!" This went on for a good 10 minutes. We had simply asked him to put his sweater on! It was a nightmare. DH and I did our best to calm him down, and eventually he did and we were ready to leave. I always make sure to shut all of the lights before I leave any hotel room, and I distinctly remember doing so when we left that room. As soon as we shut the door and started to walk up the hall to catch the elevator to the main lobby, a man, casually dressed, walked toward us, then past us, not making eye contact. I noticed he had an earpiece with a wire going down the back of his shirt. Interesting, I thought, and we were on our way. We had a lovely dinner. When we returned to our room, the first thing I noticed was that ALL of the lights were on, plus our closet doors were open. Turn down service? No, no turndown service for us in our standard AKL room. Naturally, I became suspicious so I called the front desk. I asked if security had entered our room while we were out. I explained what had gone down earlier that evening and was told, no, of course not, no one was in your room! To this day, I believe that one of our AKL neighbors called the front desk with concern for our screaming child and that the plain clothes, touristy-dressed man we passed was in fact, a security guard, following up on a report of a child possibly being abused. MORTIFYING. On the other hand, I am glad that (a)someone cared enough to call, and (b) that AKL security responded quickly. Likely scenario was that the man was going to knock on our door and inquire as to what was going on. I did NOT like the idea of anyone being in our room, though.