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If you’re among many families traveling to Disney this year, a stroller is probably at the top of your vacation packing list. However, not all strollers are allowed at Disney. Both Disneyland, Disney World and associated theme parks have stroller policies and guidelines that all families must follow.
To help make your search easier, we’ve compiled a list of the best Disney approved strollers to take along with you. From price range and dimensions to families they work best for, we’ve got you covered.
1. Joovy Caboose UltraLight Stroller
Price range: $169-$90
Dimensions: Assembled dimensions: 21.25″ W x 38″ L
Best for: Families with older or active toddlers
The Joovy Caboose Ultralight stroller is a perfect option for Disney if you have two kids in tow. Not only does this stroller fit Disney’s required dimensions, but it also comes with cup holders and is great for families with older toddlers who may want to walk along while resting their legs for longer treks at the park.
Having the bench seat and standing board option is perfect for a busy toddler. Plus, the comfy seat and snack tray up front are great for a younger child. This stroller is Disney approved and can also fold down flat if needed.
2. Baby Jogger City Select Lux Stroller
Price range: $330–$220
Dimensions: Open Dimensions: 25.6” W x 40.8 L
Best for: Families with babies or younger toddlers who want storage space
You might already own a Baby Jogger City Select Lux or be considering this stroller for your upcoming Disney vacation. It’s a great stroller for everyday use and is also Disney approved.
It folds 30% more compactly than the City Select and includes a large storage basket for diaper bags or snacks and an auto-lock, carry handlebar for easy transport. With these features, it’s a great compact stroller option that is super easy to travel with and also convenient when you need to fold your stroller for a tram or bus ride at Disneyland or Disney World.
3. GB Pockit Stroller
Price range: $179-$89
Dimensions: 20 x 34 x 42 cm
Best for: Families traveling by plane or with older children
The GB Pockit is the ultimate travel stroller and a perfect option for Disney. If you’re traveling on a plane to get to Disney, this is the stroller for you. It folds down so that you can fit it in the overhead compartment on an airplane, plus it has a weight limit of 55 pounds and can be used for an older child if needed.
This stroller is great for families with older children who might want to walk most of the time, but you don’t want to risk a day at Disney without a stroller option.
Disney Stroller Rules and Policy
According to Disney, all strollers must be 31” (79cm) wide and 52” (132cm) long or smaller. Any stroller larger than this will not be permitted. Wagons and stroller wagons of any kind are also not allowed at Disney theme parks. These are the new stroller rules as of May 1, 2019.
What Strollers Are Not Allowed at Disney?
Strollers larger than 31" (79 cm) x 52" (132 cm) are not allowed at Disney. Here is a list and a few examples of popular strollers that are NOT allowed in Disney parks.
- Baby Jogger Summit x3
- Baby Trend Expedition Double Jogger
- Baby Trend Navigator Lite Double
- Baby Trend MUV 180
- Joovy Big Caboose
- Peg Perego Duette
Does Disney Enforce Stroller Size?
Yes, Disney does enforce stroller size and the use of wagons. If your stroller does not meet their size requirements they have a stroller rental where you can rent approved strollers at all Disney Parks.
Are Umbrella Strollers Allowed at Disney?
Yes, umbrella strollers are allowed at Disney parks. Many people opt for these types of strollers because they are easy to fold and lightweight.
Are Wagons Allowed at Disney World?
Wagons or stroller wagons of any kind are not permitted at Disney parks.
Planning ahead and being prepared with the right stroller you need can make your trip to Disney one to remember. If you’re looking for a way to shop smarter and save money, consider buying a used stroller to take on your trip.
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