Best Strollers in Walt Disney World for Older Children
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If you’re headed to Walt Disney World with young children, you may think you don’t need a stroller. After all, your child doesn’t use one at home and doesn’t mind walking when you are out and about.
When visiting the Disney Parks though, you have to take in a few factors. Not only can it be sensory overload, you have to take into account the potential heat and of course, the miles upon miles you will be walking each day.
Even with older children, it can be wise to bring a stroller to Disney World. It can be a safe haven from the busyness of the parks and also someplace for them to possibly take a nap in while you still tour the parks.
We know that there are many strollers that have weight limits, so we wanted to give you a list of great strollers that will hold older kids with no problems.
The Baby Jogger City Elite is a favorite among parents at Walt Disney World. It features a Quick-Fold Technology, where you can easily fold the stroller in one step. Not only is it easy to maneuver, it also features a padded plush seat which is perfect for some nap time. The Baby Jogger City Elite will hold a child that weighs up to 75 pounds and up to 50” tall. It’s available to rent from many of the Stroller Rental Companies in Orlando.
The Maclaren Techno XLR is another popular stroller for the Disney Parks. It’s a semi lightweight stroller weighing in at 16.5 pounds, but will hold a child that weighs up to 65 pounds. It also features adjustable stroller handles and 4 different reclining seat positions.
The Aprica Presto Stroller is a lightweight and easy to handle umbrella stroller. Featuring a sunshade and built-in seat ventilation panels, it will keep your child cooler in the Florida heat. It also includes a strap to easily carry and a rain cover. The Aprica Presto Stroller holds a child up to 70 pounds.
If you’re looking for something a bit more affordable, the First Years Jet Stroller is a great option. It’s a lightweight umbrella stroller, but has a large parent console and a storage basket underneath. It only weighs 11 pounds and has a multi seat recline. The First Years Stroller will hold a child that weighs up to 50 pounds.
There are just a few great strollers that has a higher weight limit. What are your thoughts on having a stroller for older kids in Walt Disney World?