Woman in wheelchair with man
  • On Aug 14, 2022
    Carol from IL Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Where do we rent wheelchairs? Do we rent per day?

    Hey Howdy Hey Carol,

    It is lovely to see you back at planDisney. I am honored to help you plan your next Walt Disney World Resort vacation. If you are still trying to select a date for your visit, there are so many exciting things happening between now and the end of the year. That includes one of our favorite events, the EPCOT International Food & Wine Festival. This culinary festival allows Guests the opportunity to nibble and sip around The World Showcase, enjoying food and beverages from six continents. You and your taste buds are in for a great treat! 

    Great news! Wheelchairs, as well as electronic conveyance vehicles, are available for rent at all 4 theme parks, the water parks and Disney Springs. They can be rented daily or for the length of your entire stay and you only need to pay once a day for the rental. This means if you rent a chair in the morning at Magic Kingdom and either leave to park hop to another theme park, or decide you need an afternoon swim at your Disney Resorts Collection hotel and will return to the park later that day, you do not need to pay again. Simply show the receipt for the earlier payment, and a friendly Cast Member will get you on your way. 

    You must be at least 18 and provide a photo identification card to rent any wheelchair, and they cannot be removed from the location you rented it at. If you prefer to rent a wheelchair for your entire stay (meaning you need it at your resort as well), there are a variety of rental options in the Orlando area. Most will arrange to drop the wheelchair off at your resort prior to your arrival and then pick it up when you head home. Disney's preferred outside vendor is Scooterbug.com. The wheelchair rental locations are located near the entrance to each theme park. If you have any questions regarding transferring from the wheelchair to a particular attraction, please be sure to discuss that with the Cast member standing at the attraction entrance. They will be able to assist you. 

    I hope this helps keep you moving through your visit. If I can help with any additional planning questions, please stop back and see me. 

    With pixie dust, 
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Meet the Panelist: Margaret, Illinois

Hiya friends. I’m Margaret, mom to four young men and wife to my Prince Charming. Raised on the southside of Chicago, we have now moved our castle to the suburban cornfields. We are a pin trading, Hidden Mickey hunting, resort hopping family who loves to debate the best Disney World resort or attraction over the dinner table. I am thrilled to share some of our favorite tips and tricks in hopes it will add even more magic to your Disney World adventure. Learn More About Margaret

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