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  • On Jul 17, 2019
    Ed from KS Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Can we bring water bottles into the park?

    Hey, howdy, hey, Ed!

    To keep yourself healthy and comfortable while vacationing at the Disneyland Resort, it’s a great idea to stay hydrated. Yes, both single-use and refillable water bottles are permitted in the theme parks. You are welcome to bring in food and snacks as well. Be sure to check the park rules for a few prohibited items, which include glass containers, alcoholic beverages, among a handful of other items. You may also request free cups of ice water from any quick service restaurant that sells soft drinks; no purchase is necessary!

    Drinking fountains and water refill stations are located throughout the parks. You can even find them on the Disneyland app. Just tap the search icon and look for "Drinking Fountains." The app may also be used to find characters, look up attraction wait times, order food and beverages from select quick service restaurants, and view and manage dining reservations. It’s also your hub for making Disney FASTPASS reservations when you purchase the Disney MaxPass add-on for your tickets.

    Have a magical time, Ed!

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