There are rules you need to follow when you visit Disney property. Whether its a resort, theme park or shopping district – they have rules in place to ensure a safe and happy environment for all guests.
As you would expect, these rules need to be updated and refreshed at times. The changes in the spring of 2019 are outlined below:
1. Loose and Dry Ice is not permitted
If you’re planning to bring a cooler to the park with some food or beverages you must use reusable ice packs. You can no longer fill up your cooler with loose or dry ice. Keep in mind your cooler cannot be bigger than 24″ long x 15″ wide x 18″ high.
2. Stroller Size Restrictions
Strollers can not be any larger than 31″ wide and 52″ long. Many strollers on the market fit within these guidelines including double jogging strollers.
3. Wagons are prohibited
Wagons were not allowed in the parks (something you pull behind you) but then there came ‘stroller wagons’ that you could push. Disney has specifically called out wagons of any kind – they are no longer allowed in the parks.
4. Disney Parks Are Now Non-Smoking
As of May 1, 2019 Diney Parks in both Florida and California will be smoke free. Designated areas will be provided outside of the parks.
I can’t tell you how happy I am that I quit smoking last year. This would have been really difficult for me to deal with – not being able to smoke in the parks. I know the smoking areas need to be out of the way – I’m just not sure they had to be OUT of the parks! I guess we’ll see what they have planned when it rolls out on May 1st.
Are you impacted by these changes?