There are three options for strollers at Disney World.
1. Renting in-park
There are a number of stroller rental locations throughout Disney’s theme parks and at Disney Springs. This is a convenient option but it may not be the most cost-effective. And you must return the strollers as you exit the theme park for the day.
2. Renting from a non-Disney business
There are also several non-Disney businesses around the area that offer some cheaper alternatives as well as a wide array of stroller sizes, models, and accessories to rent. As an added convenience, these businesses can deliver a stroller right to your resort or Orlando-area vacation home for no extra charge. Plus, you get to keep it overnight and won’t need to return it until the end of your trip.
Renting a stroller at Disney World or from one of the area providers can reduce your luggage requirements and help to keep your vacation as stress-free as possible. So is this the right option for you?
For the answer, please see our Best Disney World Stroller Rental Companies page for the top 7 non-Disney-owned stroller businesses in the area.
(Hint: we recommend Kingdom Strollers.)
3. Bring your own stroller to Disney World
Yes, you can certainly bring your own stroller to Disney.
Now let’s explore Disney’s new stroller guidelines, then weigh the pros and cons of bringing your own stroller or renting one at the resort.