As you know, Disney recently clarified it’s stroller policy. You can bring your stroller as long as it measures less than 31” (79 cm) wide by 52” (132 cm) long, and stroller wagons are no longer allowed.
Regarding this, are City Select strollers allowed at Disney?
Effective May 1, 2019, Walt Disney World has eliminated the use of stroller wagons in the theme parks and limited personal strollers to a maximum size of 31 inches wide x 52 inches long.
Keeping this in view, can I bring my own stroller to Disney?
8) Can I bring my own stroller from home? Most definitely, yes! Just make sure that it meets Disney’s standards with regards to stroller size. Per Disney’s rules and policies, Strollers must be 31” (79cm) wide and 52” (132cm) long or smaller.
Can you take a BOB stroller to Disneyland?
Officially the rules on strollers are that they not be any larger than 36″ x 52″ (92 x 132 cm). If your house is anything like mine, you’d have better luck buying a new stroller than before you would find your tape measurer, so I’ll save you some time. Yes, BOBs are allowed.
The bottom line is stroller thefts at Disney are rare, but they do happen. You are more likely to have a cast member move your stroller to another spot in the stroller lot than to have it stolen. With that said, be smart about your property and don’t make it easy for criminals to take your stuff.
Many people waste lots of time and money on strollers at Disney World for their kids who are 6, 7, 8, 9, or even 10 years old because they think they need them. The truth is that any healthy kid over the age of 4 does not need a stroller at Disney World.
To answer your question, yes, you should have a stroller for your 3 and 5-year olds. Adventure-filled days in the theme parks require a LOT of walking, and little legs tire easily.
I recommend a stroller as long as you can when visiting Walt Disney World Resort, even for children who would never consider using a stroller at home. Even though most 6-year olds are beyond capable of walking on their own, a day in the parks is unlike anything else and it can be exhausting.
As of May 1, 2019, strollers may not be larger than 31” (79 cm) wide and 52” (132 cm) long. Wagons are not permitted in our parks, and as of May 1, 2019, stroller wagons are also no longer permitted. Loose and dry ice are not permitted in our parks. Reusable ice packs are recommended.
Rented strollers may not be taken into the Hotels of the Disneyland Resort or onto parking lot trams or buses. Strollers larger than 31″ (79 cm) x 52″ (132 cm) and wagons are not permitted. Stroller wagons are also not permitted.
The Walt Disney World Resort has always said that wagons, whether pushed or pulled, are not allowed in the theme parks. As of May 1, that rule will be strictly enforced. These enforcements are intended to improve the Guest experience for everyone in the theme parks by easing congestion and improving crowd flow.