Strollers In The Parks
Strollers can be rented for a daily fee at Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney
Studios, Animal Kingdom, and Disney Springs*. The cost is $15 per day for a single-passenger
(38 inches and 50 pounds or under) stroller and $31 per day for a
double-passenger (38 inches and 50 pounds or under each) stroller. Strollers
can also be rented for multiple days. The cost for a multi-day is $13/day,
when you prepay for a specific number of days.
plan on park hopping, don't worry about having to pay an additional fee for
a new stroller. Simply return your rented stroller upon leaving. Present
your receipt to the attendant at your next park destination and a new
stroller will be issued at no cost.
* Strollers rented at Disney Springs require a $100 credit card deposit,
refundable upon return of the stroller.
Magic Kingdom - Right of the main entrance before passing
under the railroad station and at Tinkerbell's Treasures.
Epcot - Inside the main entrance to the left and at the
International Gateway entrance.
Animal Kingdom - At Safari Village inside the main entrance to the
Disney Studios - Oscar's Super Service inside the park entrance on
Disney Springs - Near
the bus stop, next to the Coca Cola Experience store
Lost or Stolen
Strollers are NOT permitted inside the attractions and must be parked
outside. As you might imagine, it is not uncommon upon exiting a show or
ride to discover that your stroller is missing. Before panicking, take a
good look around. Disney employees are notorious for moving parked
strollers, often to clear a pathway or simply to organize the strollers in a
more aesthetically pleasing manner. If your still unable to find your
stroller, ask a park attendant for the nearest replacement location. A new
stroller will be issued at no additional cost. Many strollers are simply
taken by mistake since they all look alike. To help avoid this mishap, its
advisable to affix something recognizable but expendable to your rented
stroller. Perhaps an old diaper bag, scarf or even a sock.
Own Stroller vs. Renting:
Many Disney vacationers prefer to bring their own stroller. The
following are some of the more common reasons mentioned for bringing your own
stroller and should be taken into consideration when making your decision.
daily fee could add up if you plan on staying for an extended period.
to find your own stroller among the sea of identical park strollers.
Only collapsible strollers are permitted on the monorails and buses.
strollers may not be appropriate for some tiny infants.
plan on spending a lot of time outside of the Disney theme parks (hotel,
other Orlando attractions, etc.), you may want to bring your own stroller.
from the parks to your car/bus/airport/hotel without a stroller may be
cumbersome with small ones in tow.