11 Best Strollers for Disney, Ranked

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When it comes to strollers at the Walt Disney World Resort, you have options. Each of the Disney parks offers stroller rentals near the park entrance.

You can pick up and drop off these strollers at the park. Renting a Disney stroller can be a great option, especially for guests flying into the area. 


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Should you rent or buy a stroller for Disney?

One downside is that when you leave the park, you have to leave the Disney World stroller. That could mean carrying your kid and all your other stuff to the parking lot.

At the Magic Kingdom, you’ll also have to take Disney transportation back to the Transportation & Ticket Center. If you think that part of the journey could be difficult without a stroller, you might want to bring your own stroller. 

There are also third-party rental companies that offer stroller rentals for the duration of your Disney vacation. Renting is convenient for families flying into Orlando or those who want to save storage space in their vehicles for the road trip.

You can always bring your own stroller, too. Just make sure that it doesn’t exceed the size restrictions that Walt Disney World implemented a few years ago. The restrictions primarily impact larger stroller wagons. They still allow for most single and double strollers. 

What kind of stroller do you need for Disney World?

This depends on how many kids you have and how old they are. Some families might be willing to sacrifice comfort and storage for a more lightweight stroller. Another family might need a huge double stroller with trays and other stroller accessories. 

Should I bring a stroller to Disney?

If you have little kids, you should bring a stroller to Disney. Babies, toddlers and preschoolers can sleep in a stroller.

We love to pack a stroller fan to keep our little ones cool on hot summer days in central Florida.

You can also load up any extra bags or purchases in the stroller. Just be sure to cover them with a spare poncho or rain cover for those pop-up thunderstorms.

Depending on your family’s exact needs, the type of stroller that will work best for you can vary. Here’s a list of some of the best options:

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Mountain Buggy Duet Luxury
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11. Best Luxury Model: Mountain Buggy Duet Luxury

If money is no object, consider this luxurious side-by-side double stroller. It boasts an easy one-handed fold and a magnetic peek-a-boo window.

There’s hand-stitched leather on the adjustable handlebar, shoulder carry strap and grab bar. It is currently $769 on Amazon.

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10. Most Versatile: Graco Ready2Grow LX 2.0 Double Stroller

This well-named stroller will work for families over a range of years. As the kids get bigger, the stroller can be adjusted to meet their needs.

It features two full-sized canopies, a spacious storage basket, a removable rear seat and a parent cup holder. It is currently $259.99 on Amazon.

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9. Best Single Jogger: Jeep Classic Jogging Stroller by Delta Children 

This affordable jog stroller has 1,485 reviews on Amazon with an average rating of 4.7 stars. It has a 5-point harness, which generally means it’s acceptable for infants ages 6 months and older.

It also can accommodate an infant car seat for smaller babies. The larger all-terrain tires are great for hiking trails and theme parks alike. It is currently $137.99 on Amazon.

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8. Best Tandem Double Stroller: Graco DuoGlider Double Stroller

This lightweight double stroller with tandem seating has a front and back seat and two infant car seat adapters.

This makes it one of the best double strollers for families with twins. The rear seat reclines completely flat, which is great for when the baby needs to take a nap on the go. This stroller is $189.99 on Graco’s website.

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7. Upscale: Baby Jogger City Mini 2

This stroller can accommodate an infant car seat for the smallest babies.

There’s also an optional glider board attachment (sold separately) for older children to ride on for a short period of time. It has a large storage basket and a large canopy with UV protection.

It also has a relatively compact fold for a stroller with so many bells and whistles. It’s one of the best single strollers and it also comes in a double stroller model. This option is $179.99 on Amazon.

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6. Best for Busy Big Siblings: Joovy Caboose Sit and Stand Double Stroller

This one can accommodate a wide range of young children. You can connect an infant car seat or let a toddler sit in the front-facing seat.

There’s also a standing platform and rear bench seat for preschool-age children to sit or stand on when they need a break from walking. This stroller is $199.99 on Amazon.

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5. Best Double Umbrella: Delta Children City Street LX Side by Side Stroller

If you need a double stroller but want something lightweight and compact, this one is a good affordable option.

One note of warning: Taller parents may have to stoop a bit when grasping the wide-set handles. Plus, two-hand steering will be required when navigating busy theme parks. The side-by-side stroller is $74 on Amazon.

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4. Easiest Fold: Kolcraft – Cloud Plus Lightweight Easy Fold Compact Travel Baby Stroller

This stroller boasts an easy one-hand fold plus peek-a-boo windows in the canopy so you can keep an eye on your little one.

Additional features include an adult cup holder and a child’s tray. This option is $79.99 on Amazon.

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3. Best Value: Summer Infant, 3D Mini Convenience Stroller

This lightweight stroller weighs just 11 lbs but has quite a few features, including a canopy with a pop-out sun visor.

The weight limit on this one is 45 lbs, so it’s best for toddlers and preschoolers.

This stroller is only $59.99 on Amazon

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2. Inexpensive & Lightweight: Disney Baby Mickey Mouse Umbrella Stroller with Basket

This cutie comes in Mickey and Minnie options. We like it because it has two features seldom seen in umbrella strollers: a sunshade and a storage basket.

Both the basket and sunshade are relatively small on this stroller, but it’s still a big advantage to have them. The basket is big enough to store water bottles and a small diaper bag. The shade can keep your kiddo’s head and face safe from the Florida sunshine.

One of the biggest advantages to this style of stroller is that it folds up easily and won’t require much storage space in your car. This is the most affordable option on the list at only $34.99 on Amazon.

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1. Best overall: Baby Trend Expedition Double Jogger

My family personally owns this double stroller and we love it. It is much more affordable and lighter in weight than some of the more popular jog stroller brands.

Each seat has a five-point harness, which means it can accommodate very small babies safely. Larger children can also fit in the generously-sized seats. It works for twin families like mine, but it also works for families with a baby and an older child.

The seat can recline for naps, and the large sunshade keeps little legs from getting sunburned. There are two adult cup holders near the handle and also several storage pockets.

The downside is that the stroller is large and takes up quite a bit of trunk space. It is currently $249.99 on Amazon.

Which one do you think is the best stroller for Disney World or Disneyland? Let us know in the comments below.

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Kirby Russell

Kirby Russell is a freelance contributor for TheSmokies.com LLC – the parent company of TheSmokies.com and HeyOrlando.com.

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