Coolers?

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  1. lisaanddenny

    lisaanddenny Mouseketeer

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    what is the rules for coolers in the park, recent replies only please :banana: :earseek:
     
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  3. Cheshire Figment

    Cheshire Figment <font color=red><marquee behavior=alternate>Friend

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    I know that at the Water Parks the rules are no glass and no alcohol.

    At the four major parks I think they are restricted in size.
     
  4. lovethattink

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    Last Saturday I brought an insulated bag filled with frozen waters, snacks for our toddler and juice boxes. Each time we went through security, they checked the bag completely. One of the security guards told me they had just been told recently to check everything in a bag including tupperware.
     
  5. ducklite

    ducklite <font color=teal>Take the Poly, it's fabulous!<br>

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    A small softsided cooler is allowed, no problems. Anything larger than a six pack sized hard cooler in the basket of your stroller is going to be turned away these days. Rolling coolers have never been allowed.

    Anne
     
  6. adamandallie

    adamandallie Mouseketeer

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    We brought in a small soft sided cooler with lunch almost every day we were there in May/June. We never had a problem taking it in. We saved a ton of money by eating breakfast and dinner in our room and taking lunch with us.
     

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