Taking your stroller bound kid to Disneyland? As of May 1st, new stroller rules at Disneyland mean certain types of strollers will no longer be permitted. Here’s what you need to know before visiting Disneyland in 2019.
What are the new stroller rules at Disneyland?.
As of May 1st, 2019 strollers larger than 31” (79cm) wide and 52” (132cm) long will no longer be permitted in the Disneyland (California) park. Wagons have always been against the rules but this change also bans stroller wagons that you push ahead of you.
Is my stroller allowed in Disneyland?
- Most single strollers will be smaller than the new size restrictions
- Side by side double strollers, especially jogging strollers, are mainly what will no longer be allowed. Some brands like the City Mini Double by Baby Jogger are still allowed so it’s best to measure your own stroller.
- Most tandem (one in front of the other) double strollers should be fine but double check the length to be sure.
- Wagon-style strollers like the Keenz 7s are no longer allowed.
What about special needs kids?
If you are travelling with a special needs child that needs specific accomodation contact a Disneyland or cast member. They do their best to accomodate.
Disneyland stroller rental
If you want to save youself the hassle and get something that probably is more sturdy than your stroller in the park you can rent a stroller at Disneyland.
It’s $15 USD per day for a single stroller or $35 USD per day for a double.
You can also look into private rental companies in the area.
Is it a big deal?
A lot of people are talking about these changes to Disneyland stroller rules. Keep in mind the old rules were 36″ wide and 52″ long so it’s really not a huge change. Having narrower strollers, especially with the opening of Galaxy’s Edge, will help traffic flow a lot more smoothly in congested areas.