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Strollin' Through Disney: Your Ultimate Guide to Wheeling Around the Magic Kingdom

Disney World is a magical place, but if you're traveling with young children, you'll quickly realize the importance of having a stroller. Whether you're considering renting one or bringing your own, this guide will provide you with all the information you need about strollers at Disney World.



Disney’s Stroller Policy

Before diving into the options, it's crucial to understand Disney’s stroller policy. If you're bringing your own stroller, make sure you're familiar with the guidelines regarding sizes and shapes. Disney has set specific dimensions for strollers allowed in the park. The maximum size allowed is 31″ (79 cm) wide and 52″ (132 cm) long. It's also worth noting that stroller wagons are prohibited, even if they are pushed and not pulled.


Disney World Stroller Options

Renting in-park: Disney offers stroller rental locations throughout its theme parks and at Disney Springs. While this is a convenient option, it might not be the most cost-effective. Strollers rented in-park must be returned as you exit the theme park for the day.



Renting from a non-Disney business: Several businesses around Disney World offer stroller rentals. These businesses often provide a wider variety of stroller sizes, models, and accessories. An added bonus is that many of these businesses will deliver the stroller directly to your resort or vacation home in the Orlando area at no extra charge. You also get the convenience of keeping the stroller overnight and returning it at the end of your trip.


Bringing your own stroller: Yes, you can bring your own stroller to Disney World. However, ensure it meets Disney's size guidelines. If you're considering this option, weigh the pros and cons. On the plus side, you're familiar with your stroller, and there's no additional cost. On the downside, traveling with a stroller can be cumbersome, especially at airports and hotels.


Stroller Rentals at Disney World

If you decide to rent a stroller, Disney World offers both single and double stroller options. Here's a breakdown of the costs:


Single Stroller:


Daily: $15

Multi-Day (Length of Stay): $13

Recommended for children under 50 lbs.

Double Stroller:


Daily: $31

Multi-Day (Length of Stay): $27

Recommended for children under 100 lbs.


Stroller Rentals Near Disney World

If you're considering renting from a non-Disney business, here's a comparison of some popular stroller rental companies and their per-day costs. Mind you that there are significant savings when renting by the week.


Disney World: Single Stroller - $15/day, Double Stroller - $31/day

Magic Strollers: Single Stroller - $41/day, Double Stroller - $51/day

Orlando Stroller Rentals: Single Stroller - $40/day, Double Stroller - $50/day

Apple Stroller: Single Stroller - $30/day, Double Stroller - $45/day

A Baby’s Best Friend: Single Stroller - $30/day, Double Stroller - $40/day

Baby Wheels Orlando: Single Stroller - $30/day, Double Stroller - $40/day

Simple Stroller Rental: Single Stroller - $25/day, Double Stroller - $35/day

(Note: Prices are subject to change, and it's always a good idea to check with the rental company for the most up-to-date pricing.)


Conclusion


Whether you decide to rent a stroller or bring your own, the most important thing is to ensure that your trip to Disney World is as magical and stress-free as possible. A stroller can be a lifesaver when navigating the vast expanses of the park, especially with young children. So, contact us and let us help you choose the option that best suits your family's needs, and enjoy your magical adventure!

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