• On Mar 12, 2021
    Payton from FL Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    When reading I noticed that wagons and/or stroller wagons were not allowed anymore. Is there ANY possible way to bring a stroller wagon just make our lives easier during covid, keeping the little ones closer instead of having 4 different strollers?

    Payton, we are absolutely delighted to have you stroll over to planDisney with your excellent question. And with only a few more days before your Walt Disney World vacation begins, the countdown is on! At your house, I’ll bet the anticipation level is through the roof and it’s a flurry of enthusiastic activity. 

    After checking the stroller rules, I see that wagons and stroller wagons of any kind are not permitted in the Walt Disney World theme parks or water parks. This rule came about to help improve the overall flow of Guests in the parks and to minimize any congestion in the pathways. Especially with the overarching objective to keep Guests appropriately socially distanced, having less space taken up by bigger strollers and wagons makes that more feasible. 

    Single or double strollers are available for rental in all the theme parks and Disney Springs. Since you have your heart set on consolidating the stroller situation, I would suggest you simply rent two double strollers for your length of stay at Walt Disney World. That way, you don’t have to haul anything from home AND you won’t have to mess with individual strollers for all four kiddos. It’s the middle ground solution that will also probably be fun for your children. Here’s an idea: make a game of it and rotate who sits where as you explore all the lands of the Magic Kingdom. At the very end, reward them for their cooperation with a sweet treat like a Mickey Premium Ice Cream Bar or a  DOLE Whip® from Aloha Isle (my favorite).

    While I know this wasn’t exactly the answer you wished for, I do hope that it explains the reasoning and that we’ve given you a viable alternative that may make it more of an adventure for the kids. Have a fabulous vacation and enjoy every single moment of memory making with your family!

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