Mom And Son Safari
  • On Jan 11, 2011
    Steveny from IL 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.

    When you rent a stroller at Disney World, can that same stroller be taken from park to park? Or do you have to rent a different stroller at every park you visit within one day?

    Hi, Steveny. I think that after you rent a Walt Disney World stroller for the day, you'll be happy to part ways with it!

    Seriously though. Dude. I highly recommend bringing your own stroller to Disney World. It pays dividends at the very beginning of your vacation. First, it makes navigating the airport much easier. Second, it makes getting to your room swifter once you get off of the bus. It makes your commute from your room to the park bus much more predictable. Your own stroller likely won't tip over if a feather lands on it while unmanned in the parks. Your kid will likely be way more comfortable in his/her own stroller. You'll have better storage for your stuff. You're more likely to be able to spot your own stroller in a sea of strollers when disembarking from an attraction. You'll have a better place to put your coffee.

    If your child is asleep in your personal stroller, the kid can keep sleeping until it's time to board the bus. 

    In fact, the biggest - and only - difficulty, in my opinion, to bringing your own stroller is collapsing it and carrying it on the bus when you are en route to or from a park. It's 15 minutes of pain but that's nothing compared to the gain. 

    If you decide to rent a Disney stroller, you return it at the front of the park when you leave. You then pick a new one up when you return to a park. Here's more information on stroller rentals.
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Meet the Panelist: Joel, Wisconsin

I’m the proud papa of two little pirates or princes (depending on the day!) I enjoy sharing information to help beginners with little ones - including naps, strollers, rider swaps, height restrictions, scary rides, touring plans, characters and dining. Learn More About Joel

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