What items are good to bring inside WDW?

Discussion in 'Disney World Tips' started by Makeitblue, Feb 22, 2008.

  1. Makeitblue

    Makeitblue Earning My Ears

    Feb 14, 2008
    I purchased a cute, small, Sanrio backpack for our trip in June. It's been forever since I've been to WDW. I wanted to know what I can bring in the park and what are some necessities I should bring with me and my fiance?? I also saw that there is a size limit to the bag you bring in the park. I hope my little bag fits into the limits because it is super cute! :cutie:
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  3. zima-cheryl

    zima-cheryl DIS Veteran

    Jul 22, 2006
    I imagine there must be a limit, but I've never seen anyone hit it. My SIL hauled in strollers & diaper bags bigger than some suitcases w/no problems. Of course security has you open each one & they check them....so that can slow things down.

    We carry very little - a few dollars, ID, charge card, camera, chapstick, sun screen & maybe a rain poncho if the forecast looks iffy. We tend to travel light.

    You may want to bring band aids or something if you are prone to blisters too. And of course eye drops if you have contacts or any prescriptions you need during the day.
  4. dbarker

    dbarker DIS Veteran

    Dec 2, 2004
    Necessities for the parks:

    "Emergency" rain ponchos (will fit in pockets--throw away after use)
    Room "Keys" (for charging to your room if staying onsite)
    Ziploc* baggies (for keeping stuff dry, etc)
    Oh, did I mention Sunscreen?
  5. iluveeyore

    iluveeyore DIS Veteran

    Apr 2, 2005
    Hand Sanitizer:thumbsup2 If you think about all the little (and big) hands that touch all the railings, rides, bathroom doors (especially on the way OUT), etc., we would not go to a park without it. Take the little travel size in each of our fanny packs or backpacks, and we haven't been sick at WDW since we started doing this! I also take an old, small empty pill bottle and put a little of everything in it in case of emergency, like tylenol, gravol and immodium.
  6. GraysMom

    GraysMom DIS Veteran

    Mar 10, 2006
    We usually take a Camelbak for DH, DS3 and me. We use the water bladder part to hold cold water w/ice so we can stay hydrated, even while waiting on line.

    sunscreen packets or a small bottle
    lip gloss/chapstick with sunscreen
    antibacterial hand wipes
    tissues (in case our allergies flare up)
    nail file
    money/cc/traveller's checks
    some hard candy and gum
    snacks like granola bars
    little battery operated light up fan (to keep cool and entertain DS)
    glow sticks/necklaces/bracelets
    salt/vinegar packets (for french fries-most places only have salt)
    cameras and batteries (all in ziplocs)
    single serve drink mixes for bottled water
    tide to go pen
    cortaid (I get a lot of bug bites)
    quarters and pennies, if you want to do pressed pennies
    ADR list with numbers (also stored in my cell phone)
    cell phone (also in a ziploc)
    park maps-one from each park so we can plan while waiting on line
    email addresses (if we're going to EPCOT so we can send virtual postcards in Innoventions)
    change of clothes for DS

    I think that's about it :rolleyes1 . Honestly, it sounds like a lot, but it really isn't. Most of the items are really small/lightweight.
  7. ang

    ang "My life, my love, my children"

    Aug 16, 1999
    charge card
    hard candy
    chap stick
    hand wipes
    sun glasses

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