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  • On Apr 20, 2019
    Julie from LA Asked

    what are rules on water bottles in the parks?

    Hi Julie!

    I'm so excited to see you will be at Walt Disney World Resort in two short days!

    This is a great question. I'm glad you are thinking about water bottles! It's so important to stay hydrated!

    While heavier than plastic bottles, I prefer the double-wall insulated water bottles as they keep my ice water nice and cold. I refill my bottle as needed throughout the day. Complimentary ice water is available throughout the theme parks at Quick Service dining locations.

    The Walt Disney World Resort Property Rules are pretty simple and basic regarding water bottles. Prohibited items include glass bottles and alcohol. While loose ice is not permitted in coolers, it is allowed in your water bottle, which is great, as it will help keep your water nice and cold.

    Thanks so much for sharing your question with the Disney Parks Moms Panel! I'm sure you are busy packing your last minute essential items! Please let me know if you have any other questions as you plan your magical Walt Disney World Resort vacation.

    Kari
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"Welcome home," Disney friends! I'm Kari, a wife and mom from Texas. In 1997, we became Disney Vacation Club Members and have enjoyed every magical moment. We have also set sail on the Disney Cruise Line, enjoyed the benefits of Annual Passes and put our best foot forward with runDisney. I love helping Guests add pixie dust to their vacation plans! How may I help you add magic to your next Disney vacation?

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