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  • On Mar 16, 2024
    Jessica from NV Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Hi, I have an autistic toddler who hates strollers and prefers the wagon. Is there anyway to get an accommodation to bring our wonderfold 2 seater wagon for him & our infant? We are coming in July to the CA Disneyland. We’ve seen others with wagons.

    Hello there, Jessica! 

    Thank you for stopping by planDisney with your question. I’m happy to hear you’re planning a magical vacation for your family this summer! There will be so much magic for you all to explore. 

    The Disneyland Resort wants all Guests to have a safe, comfortable, and magical visit to the theme parks. While wagons and stroller wagons are not permitted, an exception can be made if a child has a disability that necessitates the use of a wagon. In these cases, a wagon can be marked as a wheelchair to accommodate a child’s special needs. This kind of request is evaluated on a case-by-case basis and in person. When you arrive at the resort, be sure to chat with a Cast Member from Guest Services as soon as possible to explain that a wagon is necessary for your son’s accessibility needs. If approved, a Cast Member will attach a tag that marks your wagon as a wheelchair for the duration of your visit.

    I do recommend having a backup plan just in case you’re not able to utilize your wagon inside the theme parks. Strollers are available onsite to rent for the day, or you can bring a stroller from home that is no larger than 31 inches in width by 52 inches in length.  

    Also, be sure to check out all the Services for Guests with Disabilities before your arrival, particularly the Disneyland Resort’s Disability Access Service (DAS) program. DAS is designed for Guests who aren’t able to wait for attractions in a traditional standby queue due to a disability or medical condition. It allows them and their party to receive a return time for attractions based on the current wait time, which can help make the day more enjoyable. 

    I hope this information helps you plan, Jessica, and that your family’s vacation is filled with pixie-dusted moments from start to finish! Please write back if you have any more questions as your trip approaches.

    Wishing you magic,

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Meet the Panelist: Courtney, California

I'm a lifelong Californian who's been making magical memories at the Happiest Place on Earth since I was a little girl! Now that I'm the mom of a spirited son and daughter, I love seeing the Disneyland Resort through their young eyes. Our family is perpetually planning our next Disney Parks adventure, and I'm excited to help make your dream vacation a pixie-dusted reality too! Learn More About Courtney

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