• On Dec 31, 2020
    Brian from VA Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Are personal water bottles (ie: Yeti, Brita) allowed in the parks?

    Hey Howdy Hey Brian!

    Welcome to the planDisney Roundup, we’re so happy to have you. Your trip is right around the corner. Are you ready to ride like the wind? Just think, pretty soon you will be playing in Andy’s backyard or living a real life Fairytale. You may even become a Wilderness Explorer! No matter what you choose to enjoy, while visiting the Walt Disney World Resort, I’m sure you’re in for a Magical time!

    Get ready to go to Infinity & Beyond because you are more than welcome to bring a personal water bottle with you to the parks. Just be sure it is not the same material as Cinderella’s glass slipper (a glass container). My family never leaves home without our reusable water bottles. We even like to bring our own reusable straws for any drinks we purchase during lunch or dinner. 

    Be sure to take advantage of Mobile Ordering while you’re exploring the parks. It’s a great way to save time and have your meals picked out, before you arrive at the restaurant. (TIP: Pick a time you are wanting to eat and place your order before then so it’s ready when you are).

    I hope this helps answer your question, Brian. I can’t wait to hEAR all about your trip.

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Meet the Panelist: Shantel, Arizona

Hi ya Pals! I'm Shantel from Arizona. I am a mom of two and a military wife. I grew up going to the parks, and now we're sharing that tradition with our kids. When I am not visiting the Walt Disney World Resort, I'm at home researching and planning for our next trip! One of my favorite things to do is search for new snacks to try, especially if they are Mickey shaped. I'm definitely living the dream my heart wished for! I cannot wait to answer your questions and help make your vacation even more magical! Learn More About Shantel

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