• On Oct 11, 2021
    Marleighia from LA Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Can Crocs be worn to the theme parks and can we get on rides with them on?

    Welcome to planDisney, Marleighia! I am so glad you found us to ask your fun footwear question. 

    If you have ever been in the Walt Disney World theme parks and looked at people’s shoes, you would see that pretty much anything goes. I have seen tiny flip flops to clompy boots and everything in-between. And while I find Crocs difficult to keep on my feet, I definitely see the appeal of wearing them for a marathon day walking around a theme park. 

    On the average theme park day, I walk approximately 16,000+ steps. That is a LOT of steps in any shoe. One of my tricks is I plan to take a break midday and I change my shoes back at my resort. If I am unable to plan for a break, I carry a second pair of shoes with me, to give my feet a much-needed change. Crocs are a go-to for me to wear around my hotel room and to the pool. 

    In fact, Crocs are even sold in many of the retail locations around Walt Disney World and on shopDisney! So, you will find yourself in good company should you choose to wear them for the day. Maybe you will even pick up a brand new pair for the 50th anniversary celebration! 

    I hope you have a fabulous visit for The Most Magical Celebration on Earth

    Happy Traveling,
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Meet the Panelist: Tracy, Illinois

GAWRSH! Hiya pals! I am a Goofy-loving mom of 2, who is married to my real-life Prince Charming. My family supports my passion for all things Disney. Walt Disney World was my very first vacation, when I was just 3 months old, and I recently completed my 73rd trip to a Disney location! I have been fortune enough to parasail high above the Disney Fantasy, attend opening day of Batuu, snorkel in the lagoon at Disney's Aulani, and SO MUCH MORE! I can't wait to help you plan your Disney vacation! 

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