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We will be traveling to Disney with our 2 year old. Is it possible to bring our stroller from home? I've read that stroller rental is availabile but not guaranteed. I'm even concerned about the trip from the parking lot to the park.
- Asked by Stephanie from IN on 1/8/2008
Yes by all means bring your stroller.
Our son was 2 on his first trip to WDW and we didn't bring his familiar stroller. This caused an unforeseen glitch in my touring plans as he wanted to be carried by his Mom, Dad, or Grandparents when he wasn't walking. We still laugh about it because I thought I was so prepared for his first trip!
11 months later we tried again. This time we brought our stroller. We used the stroller from the parking lot of the hotel to the room, from the room to the car, from the car to the park entrance, and so on. Our son was premature and thus had some toe-walking/sensory issues and low stamina at the time and the stroller let him rest when needed.
We even used an umbrella stroller when he was much older. Finally we are past the stroller age but we found it a must for many years.
Not to mention, it makes for a great place to rest bags, water bottles, backpacks and such. When we were still using the umbrella stroller but our son was doing more walking than riding, we had many Cast Members tell us they liked our baggage cart!