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Renting Strollers That Will Meet Disney’s New Size Restrictions

April 3, 2019

“Where can I rent a stroller that will work for my family without it being too big to get into Disney Parks?”

This is the very questions that has some parents wondering how they will get around Walt Disney World with their small children.

Believe it or not, there are many strollers out there, even double strollers, that meet these new size restrictions that are now in effect.

Renting Strollers That Will Meet Disney’s New Size Restrictions

Renting Strollers That Will Meet Disney's New Size Restrictions

When you have younger children, a stroller can be a must for maneuvering the Disney Parks.

However, strollers can be a hassle to travel with, especially if you’re flying.

For this reason, many families choose to rent strollers while they’re in Walt Disney World.

Little girl sitting in a stroller with a hat and sunglasses

Kingdom Strollers

If you’re looking for a comfortable, affordable stroller rental, you can’t go wrong with Kingdom Strollers, which is why Disney recognizes them as a reputable renter.

They’re cheaper than any deal you will get in the Disney Parks, and if you take Disney’s Magical Express from the Orlando International Airport, they’ll even deliver your stroller to your Resort, FREE of charge.

Kingdom Strollers is a Disney Featured Stroller Provider, so you can pick your stroller up at at the luggage rooms when you arrive to your Resort. You don’t need to be present when they drop it off or pick it up.

Does Kingdom Strollers have double strollers that follow Disney’s new size restrictions?

Starting May 1, 2019, Disney changed some of their policies, including the size of your stroller. To meet the new guidelines, your stroller will be required to be no larger than 31″ (79cm) wide and no longer than 52″ (132cm).

For parents with more than one small child, this is where panic set in when the new size restrictions were released.

Fortunately, all of Kingdom Strollers’ strollers meet Disney’s new size Guidelines, including their double strollers and Special Needs Strollers!

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Benefits of renting through Kingdom Strollers vs Walt Disney World

  • Price

As of 2019, Walt Disney World charges $15 per day ($13 if you rent multiple days) for single strollers and $31 ($27 if you rent multiple days) per day for double strollers.

But, through Kingdom Strollers, single and double strollers costs between $65 and $75 for the entire week. Special Needs Strollers are available for $110 for the entire week.

But not only that, you can also get a Free rain cover, cooler bag, and a name tag to tell your stroller apart from the others.

  • Comfort

Walt Disney World’s strollers are made of a hard plastic composite. They don’t have the ability to recline nor do they offer much shade.

While they’re fine for older children, they really aren’t suitable for infants and some toddlers.

  • Peace of Mind

Walt Disney World’s strollers are restricted from leaving the Park you rented them in.

The good news is that when you rent at Walt Disney World, you pay per day, not per Park. Once you pay the rental price, you can how your receipt at the next Park to get your next stroller.

The bad news is that this means removing all belongings (and possibly a napping child) from the stroller with no guarantee of an available rental at the next park, if Park Hopping is a part of your plan.

LIttle kids enjoying their double stroller

How can I rent a stroller from Kingdom Strollers?

Kingdom Strollers make it easy for you to reserve. Let them know where and when you need your stroller, and you’re all set.

Last minute (next day) rentals are possible. But, making a reservation as far out as possible is strongly recommended. This is especially true if you’re traveling during Peak Seasons, like Holidays, Summer, and school breaks.

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