Mom with infant
  • On May 19, 2017
    Samantha from FL Asked

    Hi, Going to WDW with a 2m and 4m old... I'm not sure what kind of strollers the parks provide so I was wondering should we just take our own strollers that attach the car seats or would a double stroller from the park be able to hold them so young?

    Hi Samantha,

    Traveling to Walt Disney World Resort with little ones allows you to start the memories of this special place sooner.

    The strollers at Walt Disney World are designed for older children at a minimum of age two. While the strollers do have a canopy to provide protection from the sun, the strollers are made of hard plastic and they do not recline. If a child cannot sleep upright, this stroller is not a good option.

    I always recommend a personal stroller especially with younger children. This allows you to push your children to and from transportation and your hotel room.

    Wishing you a magical vacation!
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