• On Aug 7, 2019
    Andrea from MA Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    My daughters will be 5 & 7 when we go to Disney. I was going to rent a double stroller but 7 yr old is over 50lb weight limit. Do you know of any rentable double strollers that have a limit of 50lbs? Is single stroller to share a bad idea?

    Hi Andrea!

    Thanks for your question. What a great age for your daughters to be visiting Disney World. They're still within the age range where everything feels magical, and the Disney characters have truly come to life! :-)

    So the stroller rentals at Disney World are incredibly durable, yet nimble enough to get around the theme parks fairly easy. Double strollers are double the weight carry, which is 100 pounds or less as the official recommendation. So as long as your two girls don't exceed that total amount, it shouldn't be a concern. 

    I would highly consider getting the double stroller as opposed to a single stroller. If both children get tired at the same time, the stroller works out perfectly as there really is nowhere in the theme parks where they can lay down and take a nap. I've seen instances where parents would rent a single stroller, then have 1 child in the stroller seat while the other sits on top of the stroller seat cover. I strongly would not recommend that.

    May you and your daughters have memories that will last a lifetime at Disney!
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