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  • On Jun 29, 2021
    Jasmine from AZ Asked

    Are we allowed to bring our hydration packs (such as Camelbaks) filled with water into the Disneyland parks? Or do we have to bring them empty and fill them inside the parks?

    Good day, Jasmine! 
     
    Welcome to planDisney and thank you for dropping by with your great question! 
     
    I’m so happy to hear that your visit to the Disneyland Resort includes a plan to stay hydrated! Southern California in the summer is notoriously hot and dry! Dehydration can creep up on you. So, drinking plenty of water is the key to a successful day! You are welcome to bring your hydration pack with you! Just make sure it does not exceed 24” long x 15” wide x 18” high. Whether you bring it full or empty is entirely up to you. You’re can refill it throughout the day at one of the water fountains or water bottle refill stations located throughout both parks! A map of drinking fountains can be found on the Disneyland Resort website. A good rule of thumb is water fountains are often found outside of restrooms and in many attraction queues. You may also request a cup of ice water from a quick-service restaurant

    I hope this answers your question! Please come back to planDisney with more questions in the future! 
     
    Tiffanie 
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Meet the Panelist: Tiffanie, California

Greetings from San Diego, CA! I'm a wife, cat mom and Disney-loving "childless millennial." I've traveled all around the world, but my favorite place to visit is "The Happiest Place on Earth!" I've been going to the Disneyland Resort for over 25 years. Each time I step through the turnstiles to enter the world of yesterday, tomorrow and fantasy, I feel the magic of Walt Disney's original park. I can't wait to answer your questions and help you experience all that the Disneyland Resort has to offer! Learn More About Tiffanie

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