View Full Version : Question re: rental strollers@ WDW

07-09-2007, 04:25 PM
Hello, I have a question...

Does anyone have a photo of the rental strollers that are used at Disney?

DO you know the weight limit on these as well?

Is there a place for storage on the stroller?

How does the child get into the stroller?
Is it open?

Thanks in advance for your expertise and wisdom!


07-09-2007, 06:02 PM
I am also curious about this. Also, does anyone know how much the rental is per day. We have a single stroller for my 3 year old but my husband says we will just rent a double stroller when we go to the parks so our 6 year old can ride if he gets tired.


07-09-2007, 09:24 PM
We have rented strollers before but not in the parks. We rent from www.abbf.com and they deliver whatever type stroller you choose (from their website) to your resort! Once we got a full size stroller (with storage underneath) and another time we got a sit/stand stroller so our 13 month old DD could ride in it and our then 5 year old could sit and ride if he got really tired.

Just an idea! :thumbsup2


07-10-2007, 12:26 PM

Here is the link regarding strollers from Guest Services:

http://disneyworld.disney.go.com/wdw/common/guestServicesDetail?id=GuestServicesStrollerRental sDetailPage

Stroller Rentals

For your convenience, strollers are available for rent. Quantities are limited and subject to availability. The stroller rental fee is $10.00 per day* for a single-passenger stroller and $18.00 per day for a double-passenger stroller**.

For Guests who require a stroller rental for multiple days, we offer a Length of Stay rental ticket where you make a one-time payment transaction for as many days of rental that you will need. Single-passenger strollers are available for $8.00* per day and double-passenger strollers** for $16.00 per day. Upon visiting a Theme Park, simply show your receipt at the stroller rental location and you will be expedited through the queue with little or no wait time.

Magic Kingdom® Park:
Rentals are available at the Stroller Shop just inside the main entrance to the Park. In case you misplace your stroller, stroller replacements (with rental receipt) are available in other areas.

Rentals are available on the east side of the Entrance Plaza and at the International Gateway. In case you misplace your stroller, stroller replacements (with rental receipt) are available in other areas.

Disney-MGM Studios:
Rentals are available at Oscar's Super Service just inside the Main Entrance. In case you misplace your stroller, stroller replacements (with rental receipt) are available at the In Character Costume Shop.

Disney's Animal Kingdom® Theme Park:
Rentals are available in limited quantities at Garden Gate Gifts at the Park entrance. In case you misplace your stroller, stroller replacements (with rental receipt) are available in other areas.

Disney's Typhoon Lagoon Water Park:
Strollers are welcome at Disney's Typhoon Lagoon; however they are not available for rent.

Disney's Blizzard Beach Water Park:
Strollers are welcome at Disney's Blizzard Beach; however they are not available for rent.

Downtown Disney® area:
Rentals are available at Downtown Disney West Side Guest Relations, at Downtown Disney Pleasure Island near Mouse House, and at Downtown Disney Marketplace Guest Relations.

* A $250 credit card imprint is required for deposit when renting a stroller or wheelchair at Downtown Disney®.
** Double-passenger strollers are not available at Downtown Disney®.

07-10-2007, 12:41 PM

This double is the one form AK but they are all the same. There is a storage basket thing that hangs of the back by the handle you can fit quite a bit in it.

07-10-2007, 12:59 PM
Thank you for that picture it is very helpful!

Anyone else have any more pics?

07-10-2007, 01:27 PM
allearsnet dot com has pictures of all the strollers and info on them

07-10-2007, 04:08 PM
The one from MGM isn't as nice.

The rigid plastic ones held 3 five year olds and a 9 year old last year. And it moved with ease. Not great for holding cups of soda, but bottles are fine. We usually put our backbacks of stuff on top and then if the kids walk--inside.

DS is six and we still rent him one. Easier to pop him in there and get to where we're going. We're the "get the most out of our day" parents and then relax at the pool the next. Little legs get tired. And hey, if ds and ds go on a ride and there's no seats, I can pop my big butt in there.

Also, we know we're going every year so we buy quite a few days because the rate will always go up (like park tickets!).