dlr destinations 04; Family with daughters eating pretzels; Wetzels Pretzels
  • On Mar 1, 2024
    Denise from CA Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Hello, can i bring in water , soda and snacks?

    Hi ya, Denise!

    Welcome to planDisney! Keeping a group hydrated and fed is critical to having a happy park day. You're a smart Mouseketeer to be planning ahead!

    Yes! Guests are welcome to bring water and other snacks into the park, as long as they don't bring anything on the prohibited items list. Some things that are not allowed to be brought into the parks are alcohol, glass containers (with the exception of baby food jars), and loose or dry ice. Otherwise, you should be fine to bring snacks and drinks that fit within a backpack or soft cooler that is no larger than 24" long x 15" wide x 18" high. 

    Over the years I have really dialed in our park bag snacks. First, we always bring refillable water bottles, because there are plenty of filling stations around the parks! Then I'll bring plastic reusable containers (so nothing gets squished in plastic bags) filled with some of our favorite things:

    • Crackers
    • Granola bars
    • Grapes
    • Baby carrots
    • Fruit snacks
    I'll finish off our bag with some frozen yogurt tubes (they start as ice to keep other things cool, then you can eat them around lunch) and some hard candy or lollipops. 

    Keeping everything in clear containers will help speed you along at the security checkpoints. And I've also been known to use our empty snack containers to take home some of my favorite park treats for later! 

    Have so much fun at the park, Denise! Don't forget, if you run out of snacks there's always my favorite...popcorn!

    Keep moving forward!

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