Big Thunder Mountain Railroad; Magic Kingdom; mother; daughters
  • On Jan 10, 2024
    Kelsey from MD Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Our stroller (Evenflo Pivot Vizor) has a "carriage" attachment. It looks like a stroller wagon, but is different and still fits within the allowed dimensions. Is there some way we can confirm that it is allowed before we arrive?

    Hello Kelsey!

    Welcome to planDisney! I see that you have already begun looking into the rules about strollers in Walt Disney World. You are correct in that stroller wagons are not allowed.  An example of a wagon stroller that will not be allowed is anything made by WonderFold or similar. It's labeled as a stroller wagon and has a flat bottom which children can sit up in. It's also reminiscent of a low-to-the-ground crib on wheels. 

    I looked up the Evenflo Pivot Vizor stroller and saw that it has a carriage mode that looks like a bassinet. According to their site carriage mode is for children up to 6 months of age who are most likely not able to sturdily sit up. The size of this stroller when assembled appears to be 22.25"W x 42.5"H x 35.0"D which fits in the stroller size limits set forth by Walt Disney World Resort which is 31"W x 52"L . If this is accurate then it should be fine to bring to the Parks. I saw that Evenflo also sells the Pivot Xplore All-Terrain Stroller Wagon which definitely won't be allowed. If you want to be 100% assured that it will be ok I would set up your stroller and measure it. Then I would look at it and think, "Does this look like a low-lying crib on wheels?" If the sizing is good and the answer to your question is "No" then you are good to go! 

    Make sure that you label and distinguish your stroller in some way before you come to the Parks. Strollers are not allowed into ride queues and in certain buildings such as The Land Pavilion in EPCOT. As a result, you will have to park your stroller in a nearby area called "stroller parking." Stroller parking tends to look like a large field of very similar strollers and I am embarrassed by how many times I have walked up and down the rows hunting for my black stroller in a sea of black strollers. I have learned the hard way that making my stroller a bit more distinguishable is the way to go. I tie ribbons and at night use glow sticks to make the stroller "pop" in the stroller sea. I suggest you do the same as I know you will appreciate it. 

    I hope this helps and if you have any questions, please feel free to let me know!

    Happy Planning! 

    - Nimmy
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