Mom and Daughter at Disney's Polynesian Village Resort Room
  • On Jun 15, 2010
    Shavona from AL Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    are you allowed to take water bottles into the park? or snacks?

    Hello Shavona!  Thank you for visiting us here on the Moms Panel.  Oh, you can most certainly bring in some snacks and some water bottles into the parks.  I always fill up a backpack with some family favorites such as sliced fruit, fruit snacks, crackers and cookies.  -Ok, I admit, the cookies are for me.-  I also bring water bottles along, especially when we visit during the summer months.  You want to make sure you keep you and your family hydrated.  So, before you head on out, make sure to load up a backpack with some family favorites and lots of water.  This also a great money saving tip as well.  Buying snacks and drinks in the park can sure add up.  
    Please come back and visit us again should any new questions come up.  We are always ready to lend some advice.  Have a magical day and "SEE YOU REAL SOON"!
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Meet the Panelist: Diane, Texas

Hello! My name is Diane and I am a mother of three great boys (ages 21, 17 and 16) and a fantastic wife from the great state of Texas!   A Walt Disney World vacation will leave you with many beautiful memories to last a lifetime. Learn More About Diane

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