If you’re coming to WDW with kids, you may need a stroller. It will be a must for little ones but even those 6, 7, 8 and even 9-year-olds might appreciate a break from walking literally miles per day. You could bring your own, but then it’s one more thing to deal with at the airport. Walt Disney World rents strollers at their parks but they’re very utilitarian and don’t look particularly comfortable. We’ve recently discovered there’s a company in the Orlando area, Orlando For Families, that rents strollers for your length of stay, and it might be just what you need!
Orlando For Families currently offers several different kinds of strollers:
JOOVY CABOOSE SIT & STAND STROLLER
“The Joovy Caboose is a must-have for parents strolling with children of different ages because it offers double stroller features in a compact size. With a new lean profile and upgraded features, the Caboose continues to empower older siblings. Toddlers get a boost of independence and feel like big kids when they can choose to sit or stand, face forward or backward, while riding on this tandem stroller. No need to attach an extra riding board as the Caboose has a built-in stand-on platform for kids to stand and ride or they can sit on the rear bench seat. Styles may vary.”
CITY MINI and CITY MINI GT SINGE STROLLERS
“The Baby Jogger City Mini stroller is Lightweight Mobility with Style. The City Mini captures the essence of urban mobility. Its lightweight design makes it perfect for strolling or all day excursions to the theme parks!” (City Mini holds up to 50 lbs. [ideal for kids under 44″], whereas City Mini GT holds up to 65 lbs. [perfect for kids under 48″])
CITY MINI DOUBLE and CITY MINI DOUBLE GT STROLLERS
“The City Mini double stroller is Lightweight Mobility with Style. The City Mini captures the essence of urban mobility. Its lightweight design makes it perfect for strolling or all day excursions to the theme parks!” (City Mini Double holds up to 100 lbs, or 50 lb. max on each side. City Mini Double GT holds up to 100 lbs., or 50 lbs. max on each side)
KEENZ 7S STROLLER WAGON
Disney’s policy is you cannot bring a wagon, that would need to be pulled, into the WDW parks. However Keenz has developed a wagonlike stroller that you can push, and it’s perfectly OK in the parks! “Keenz is the first company to introduce a folding wagon that is also certified as a stroller. Our premium-deluxe stroller wagon takes all the advantages of existing strollers and wagons and combines them into one ergonomically advanced product.”
Price vary based on which stroller you choose and the length of time you plan to rent it. Extra charges such as delivery to certain areas may apply, and insurance to protect against stroller repair and replacement is optional. Refer to their website for more info.
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