1 Day: Lights go out around the park. Attractions stop running, and the park descends into darkness.
1 week: Food is beginning to rot on cafe shelves and numerous refrigerators. Some animals such
as rats and mice take advantage of food sources.
2 Years: Plants begin to grow around the walkways. Some smaller structures, such as food carts and signs have already fallen.
5 Years: Goofy's House caves in, being made mostly of wood.
10 years: Roughly 99% of the buildings are still in tact. The last of the rotting food is eaten by small rodents.
15 Years: Around the park, the walkways are unrecognizable. Mickey's face in front of the park is overgrown.
25 Years: Most of the animatronic figures in the park are unrecognizable. The Jungle Cruise finally gives in to decay and is no more.
250 Years: Disneyland is not doing well. A severe California drought has been going on for 200 years. The remaining attractions are now vulnerable to wildfire. The question is: When will one happen?
300 Years: While most of Disneyland has collapsed, The Matterhorn(Although the track has collapsed long ago), Big Thunder Mountain and Tom Sawyer Island(Although the buildings on the island have collapsed long ago), are the only standing remnants of Disneyland. How long these will last is anyone's guess.
600 Years: A wildfire torches the barren desert that was once Disneyland. Big Thunder Mountain collapses.