Frontierland One of the original lands of Disneyland. Walt Disney was always interested in the country’s Western and Mexican heritages, and he was determined to give his Disneyland guests a feel for the real West. That meant mules and horses to add to the ambience, but that also meant trouble. Mules were ornery and occasionally bit the guests or refused to move. Horses pulling the stagecoaches and wagons would get spooked by the whistles of the trains as they passed nearby. Finally, with great regret, Walt agreed that the live animals had to go from Frontierland. Frontierland is also in Magic Kingdom Park at Walt Disney World and at Disneyland Paris. In Tokyo Disneyland, it is known as Westernland.