• On Mar 27, 2016
    Kristen from FL 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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    How do people who are male (dad/grandpa/uncle) use the restroom when you visit the parks with just your daughter? I see there are companion restrooms but they do not a separate stall. Are there any areas that accommoda this sort of situation?

    Hi Kristen,

    You ask a great question and it really is a comfort level for you and your family how you handle this situation. If my husband had my daughters when they were little and he needed to go to the bathroom, he took them into the men's room. It is not uncommon to see this even at the Walt Disney World Resort.

    The companion bathroom is just a large, private bathroom.

    If you do not want the young lady in the men's room, you could ask her to stay outside. Try restrooms in quick service restaurants where the area is not as busy as in the parks. You could try the Baby Care Centers as well.

    Wishing you a magical vacation!

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