• On Jun 5, 2017
    Brittany from IN Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    Moms! I have a 2 yr old and we are planning on bringing our stroller with us to Disney but my question is are the strollers worth renting? Do they have a place for the child to lay down if they get tired or a place to put an extra bag? Thank you!!

    Hi Brittany,

    Hooray for a trip with your little one! My daughters were two and four when they first visited Walt Disney World. We brought our sit-n-stand and it was worth it. My youngest could nap and my oldest had an option to ride when she was tired.

    I do not recommend the strollers at Disney for anyone who needs to nap. I recommend those strollers for children who may need a ride to rest their tired legs starting at age 4-5. These strollers are hard plastic that do not recline. They do have a canopy and a small pouch in the back.

    You should bring your stroller because your little one will be more comfortable and you will be able to use it to and from transportation at the parks and your resort.

    Wishing you a magical vacation!
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