Disneyland Stroller Rentals

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Disneyland stroller rental— if you need to rent a stroller at Disneyland or are thinking of bringing your own, this Disneyland Stroller Guide is for you.

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How Much are Disneyland Stroller Rentals?

Disneyland stroller rentals are $15 per day for one stroller and $25 per day for two strollers.

Can I Take My Own Stroller to Disneyland?

Yes, personal strollers no larger than 31″ (79cm) wide and 52″ (132cm) long are permitted at Disneyland Resort. Strollers are not allowed on escalators and children must be removed from the stroller when riding the parking lot tram and monorail. Read more about stroller guidelines and ban on wagons here. 

Are Double Strollers Allowed at Disneyland?

 

15 double strollers that fit the new Disney size guidelines, effective May 1, 2019.

Yes, here is a list of double stroller models that will fit the new stroller guidelines size requirements at all U.S. Disney Parks, including Disneyland Resort. Note, this is NOT a comprehensive list, just noting some popular double stroller models that fit the criteria. 

Stroller Dimensions Older Models
Graco Ready2Grow LX Double Stroller, Gotham 44” L x 24” W x 41” H 44” L x 24” W x 41” H (2015)
Baby Jogger City Mini GT Double Stroller 44″ L x 29.5″ W x 30-43.5″ H 32” L x 30” W x 28” H (2015)
BOB 2017 / 2018 Revolution FLEX Duallie Double Jogging Stroller 48” L x 30.5” W x 33.5-50.5” H 48” L x 30.5” W x 33.5-50.5” H (2016)
ZOE XL2 Best V2 34″ D x 29″ W x 40.25″ H 34” D x 29” W x 40” H (2016)
Evenflo® Minno Twin™ Double Stroller in Glenbarr 26.75″ L x 27″ W x 41.5″ H 25” L x 26.8” W x 41.5” H (2016)
Maxi-Cosi® Dana For2 Double Stroller 32.5″ L x 29″ W x 42″ H 13” L x 23” W x 39.5” H (2017)
UPPABABY Vista Double Stroller 36″ L x 25.7″ W x 39.5″ H 17” L x 24.2” W x 33.8” H (2015)
Graco® DuoGlider™ Click Connect™ Double Stroller 35.5″ L x 20″ W x 40″ H 14.4” L x 18.6” W x 36.4” H (2015)
Maclaren® Twin Triumph Double Stroller 31″ L x 29″ W x 41″ H 35.4” L x 24” W x 41.1” H (2015)
Joovy ScooterX2 Double Stroller 32.25” D x 30” W x 41.75” H 32” L x 30” W x 40” H (2015)
Bumbleride Indie Twin Double Stroller 35.5” L x 29.5” W x 27.5-45.5” H 11.4” L x 30.1” W x 31.4” H (2016)
Joovy Twin Roo+ 42” D x 24.5” W x 41.5” H 42” D x 26” W x 41.5” H (2016)
Contours® Options® Elite Tandem Stroller 49.5″ L x 26″ W x 40″ H 49.5” L x 26” W x 40” H (2017)
Britax B-Agile Double Stroller 40” D x  31” W x 41.4” H 40” D x  30.5” W x 41.4” H (2015)
Baby Trend Expedition Swivel Double Jogger Baby Jogging Stroller 46” L x 31.5” W x 42” H this model does not fit 49” L x 21.5” W x 43” H in (2016)
Baby Jogger® City Select® Stroller with Second Seat 46″ L x 25.59″ W x 40.75-43″ H 43” L x 32” W x 40” H (2015) this model does not fit
  Strollers exceeding 31” (79cm) in width and 52” (132cm) in length will not be allowed into the parks as of May 1, 2019.

 

Are Wagons Allowed at Disneyland?

No, any item that requires a guest to pull it behind him or her, including a wagons or pull strollers are not permitted past security check points at Disneyland Resort. Keenz Stroller wagons or any other push-style wagon are also prohibited, effective May 1, 2019. 

Cute Disney supplied name tag for our Disneyland stroller rental

Do I Need To Bring a Stroller to Disneyland?

Disneyland is the place everyone can act like a kid again. Even your 5, 6, or 7 year old gets that chance. And if I see you pushing one of those older kids around in a stroller, I promise I’ll just smile the smile that says, “I’ve been there, it’s all good!”

This is why you'll still want a stroller for a 6 year old at Disneyland. Photo credit Kelley Gallagher.
This is why you’ll still want a stroller for a 6 year old at Disneyland. Photo credit Kelley Gallagher.

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You will be doing a lot of walking at Disneyland.  On one visit our 5 year old was able to hold her own all day and we only put her in the stroller at about 11pm on our way out the gates. We used our Disneyland stroller rental primarily for a substitute locker, more on that in a minute.

Disneyland Stroller Basics

Disneyland strollers
Disneyland stroller rentals

Here are a few basic rules for strollers at the Disneyland Resort:

  • That BOB stroller is awesome, but theft can happen even inside the Happiest Place on Earth. Unless you plan on someone being with the stroller at all times, consider bringing a cheaper alternative.
  • For infants at Disneyland, something that can recline is a must, for toddlers an inexpensive umbrella stroller will usually do the trick.
  • If possible, bring a stroller with a sunshade and some type of basket.
  • Disneyland rents single and double strollers which has both a sunshade and basket (no tray). 
  • Pick up your stroller rental in the Esplanade area near the main gates.
  • Make sure you only leave things in the stroller that you won’t be heartbroken over if they disappear (think snacks, ponchos, hoodies).
  • Easy identification is essential; mark your stroller. There are tons of awesome stroller tags you can customize here.
  • You can also tie a ribbon or bandana on the handle. I bring my sarong, tie it around the handle and then use it later to save our spots for parades or extra warmth at night.
  • Children must be removed from strollers to ride the tram to and from the parking lots. This is tricky when you have a sleeping child late at night, so be prepared.
  • Disneyland stroller rentals must remain inside Disneyland, California Adventure and the Esplanade area.
Double stroller Disneyland
Disneyland rents double strollers! Courtesy Disney Parks

Disneyland Stroller Parking

  • Strollers may not be brought into shows or used as a place to sit while waiting in line.
  • You will need to park your stroller before getting in line.
  • There are marked spots throughout the parks where you can park your stroller, ride a few rides and then retrieve it.
  • Some stroller parking areas may not be available all the time or during parade hours.
  • You can use a stroller lock like this one to prevent theft; lock the wheel only do not lock it to Disney property.
  • Cast members can and do move or rearrange strollers periodically even within stroller parking.
  • Should you misplace your stroller ask a nearby cast member where it may have been relocated.

    Stroller Parking Disneyland 

Disneyland Stroller Rental or Locker?

On most visits, we use our stroller primarily as a locker. My youngest is old enough to walk the parks the entire day. She only sat in the stroller as we headed out to our hotel after being at Disneyland for 16 hours. We had a small, soft side cooler holding drinks and uncrustables that sat in our stroller seat and our stroller parking spot all day (right next to Buzz Lightyear; an easy spot to return to throughout the day).

Lockers at Disneyland

Single Disneyland stroller rentals run about $15 per day. Renting a stroller just to stash your stuff has its pros and cons.

Pros for using a stroller as a locker:

  • you can bring it wherever you are in the park
  • you can park it at a convenient location in the park without having to go back to Main Street, Buena Vista Street or outside at the Esplanade
  • more space for the price, stash stuff in the seat, baskets and pockets (but keep cameras, cash, tickets and valuables on your person!)
  • you can use it for pushing around tired kids, too (who’d a thought?)
Cons for using a stroller as a locker:
 
  • you can’t leave valuables in/on your stroller (again take all cameras, ids, money, etc with you!)
  • a bit more money out of pocket than current locker rental rates

I’ve heard most people prefer bringing their own stroller into the parks and I can certainly see the perks of that option. However, since our youngest has basically outgrown the need for a stroller, we no longer own one. Rather than buying one for the day, we chose to rent. Our rental was quick, easy and efficient.

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