If you’re going to Disney World with young kiddos, be sure to pack your patience. Trips to the parks with little ones in tow can have stressful moments.
Of course, it’s all worth it when they face lights up at the sight of Cinderella Castleor when they meet Mickey for the first time. That’s why we encourage you to take the kiddos…but we try and prepare you properly with things like packing lists for toddlers, lessons we’ve learned about taking a baby to the parks, and more! And, to make sure you’re bringing the right stroller for your child, we took to Facebook to ask our readers for their favorite options!
We asked our Facebook readers, “What would you say is the best stroller to use at Disney World?” Here’s what they said!
City Mini GT2
We received an overwhelming amount of responses that recommended the City Mini GT2 All Terrain Stroller! One reader said that she heard it was one of the best options for Disney trips, and it “handles amazing on various terrains including grass, gravel, sidewalk, and sealed concrete.” Another reader said, “it also unfolds and folds with one hand.” This is obviously great helpful when trying to hop on a tram or bus quickly!
It can hold up to 65 pounds, reclinesand boasts All terrain features. Most importantly, it seems to do well against the hardest terrain of all: the tracks on Main Street, USA This stroller costs a pretty penny, coming in at $399.99!
Get the City Mini GT2 All Terrain Stroller Here!
Another reader recommended the Chicco Liteway stroller! They said they used it for their child, and “it lasted a long time and many Disney trips.” And they liked it so much, that after using it for 2 yearsthey bought another one for their next child!
This stroller has a compact foldcan hold up to 40 poundsand reclines. It’s also cheaper than the City Mini GT2, coming in at $109.99 (currently on sale for $99.99).
Get the Chicco Liteway Stroller Here!
A lot of responses pointed to umbrella strollers as the best option for Disney World! There are many umbrella strollers out there, like the Summer Infant Umbrella Stroller! One of our readers said umbrella strollers are “easy to pack” other “easy to maneuver in the park.” A lot of our commenters agreed, and said that these are the easiest strollers to bring along!
This stroller holds up to 45 pounds, reclinesand is lightweight. Coming in at $54.99this stroller is a cheaper option!
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While a lot of our readers prefer to bring their own strollers to the parks, others like renting strollers from Disney World! One reader said, “They were so easy to push and you could store stuff on it without it tipping over as much.” Another said they prefer rentals because “It’s one less thing to pack.” That’s a plus for us!
To rent a single stroller (recommended for children 50 pounds or less), the daily price is $15while the multi day price is $13. If you’re renting a double stroller (recommended for children 100 pounds or less), the daily price is $31and the multi day price is $27.
Learn everything you need to know about renting a stroller at Disney World here.
And those are some of our readers’ favorite strollers to use at Disney World! If you’re looking for some tips on traveling to Disney World with the little ones, check out the 8 lessons we learned the hard way about taking a baby to Disney World! Or, check out our post showing everything you can grab at a Baby Care Center!
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Check out our Ultimate Packing List for Newborns at Disney World!
Is there a stroller you think should be added to this list? Let us know in the comments!