The stroller that fits the bill for cheap but highly functional is the Summer Infant 3D Lite. In fact, it was the most recommended stroller for Disney trips in the Disneyland with Kids Facebook Group I co-own (be sure to join our 23,000+ members for other great Disneyland advice from fellow parents!).
Do strollers get stolen at Disney World?
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.
Does my 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.
How strict is Disney with strollers?
Strollers must be no larger than 31” (79 cm) wide and 52” (132cm) long, and stroller wagons are no longer allowed at Walt Disney World. Strollers are not required to collapse for use within the parks but using a collapsible stroller is recommended, particularly if you plan to use Walt Disney World transportation.
What strollers are not allowed at Disney World?
The following guidelines apply to the use of personal and rented strollers at Walt Disney World Resort: Strollers larger than 31” (79 cm) in width and 52” (132cm) in length are not permitted. Stroller wagons are also not permitted. Strollers are not allowed on escalators.
What should you not wear at Disney World?
8. What not to wear at Disney
- Costumes and masks worn by guests age 14 or over.
- Clothing with obscene language or graphics.
- Excessively torn clothing.
- Clothing not appropriate for a family environment.
Can I lock my stroller at Disney World?
Most attractions do not allow strollers inside. You will park your stroller in a designated stroller parking area. … Stroller locks and bike locks are generally a no-no at the Disney Parks. If you lock your stroller to a fence, tree, or pole, a Disney Cast Member may cut the lock and move the stroller.
At what age is a child too big for a stroller?
Though the American Academy of Pediatrics doesn’t have official guidelines for when to stop using a stroller, Shu says that “kids should be transitioning out of a stroller at around three years old.”
Should I get a stroller for my 6 year old at Disney?
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.