Hi all, I always thought that it was illegal to ask a person for proof of their disability. Is this correct or am I wrong ( it would not be the first time). I was trying to look around at other places to visit beside Disney ( shame on me, I know) and I came across what at first seems like a nice place. It is Holiday World in IN. I was reading on the web site and I found this statement : If a member of your party is unable to stand in the ride queues (lines) due to a disability, you are welcome to stop by Guest Relations at the Front Gate to request a Holiday World Ride Boarding Pass. (In order to keep these services for our Guests with special needs, Guests with non-apparent disabilities should bring a doctor's statement). I called and asked them about this and they said that I must have a doctor note to prove that my child has the medical conditions that I " claim" he has. They also said that the pass is only good for 4 people. I asked what would happen if I was traveling alone with my 4 kids and I was told that one of the kids would have to wait in the regular line and then meet up with us at the ride car. ( Not that this has anything to do with my original question). I checked the ADA web site I was pretty sure that it said that you can not ask for proof, but I just wanted to be sure before I send them a letter. Thanks.