Mom and daughter on Expedition Everest; Animal Kingdom
  • On May 4, 2009
    Nedra from SC 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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    we will be bringing our 4 year old granddaughter, we want to bring our own stroller but are concerned where we can safely leave it when we get on the rides, i believe it will be too large for the lockers.

    Hi Nedra,

    Bringing your own stroller is a great idea!  You'll save money, and have access to your stroller outside of the main theme parks, which can be very convenient (in areas like the airport, walking around your resort, walking to/from the buses and/or parking lots, the Boardwalk, etc.)  Rentals need to be returned as you exit the parks.  Outside of the Disney attractions, there are clearly marked "stroller parking areas" where you can leave your stroller.  While I don't recommend that you leave your valuables in the stroller (wallets, cameras, etc.), in my opinion, it's perfectly safe to "park your wheels" while you enjoy the rides with your granddaughter.

    You'll see hundreds and hundreds of strollers parked throughout the theme parks.  If yours is a common make/model, you may want to differentiate it  bit (tie a ribbon, use a luggage tag, etc.) so it's easier for your to spot when you exit an attraction.

    Have a magical trip with your little princess!

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