The new red Disneyland rental single strollers look a bit like plastic jogging strollers and have Mickey and Minnie on the sides. Single strollers cost $18 per day and double strollers cost $36. The rental double strollers are now the same hard plastic-type as the single rental strollers.
Correspondingly, can I take my stroller wagon to Disneyland?
As of May 1, 2019, wagons and stroller wagons of any kind are not allowed in Disneyland Park or Disney California Adventure Park.
Just so, does a 4 year old need a stroller at Disneyland?
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.
Does a 7 year old need a stroller at Disney?
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.
You absolutely need to have a stroller at your resort. Imagine carrying a sleeping child from a bus to your room after you’ve been walking for 10 hours in the Florida sun.
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.
You cannot remove strollers from the theme parks, so if you’re park hopping, you will need to need to rent (and return) at each park. Hang onto your receipt, because you only need to pay once a day! While I recommend bringing your own stroller, the rentals are still a great option.
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.
Why are you reducing the size of strollers and prohibiting wagons in your theme parks and water parks? Walt Disney World Resort makes updates from time to time, and the reduction of stroller sizes is intended to ease guest flow and reduce congestion, making the park experience more enjoyable for everyone who visits.