Sunday, June 8, 2014

Renting A Stroller For Your Disney Vacation

Packing for a Disney vacation always tends to stress me out. I always worry we will run out of space in the van! Being that we are a family of 5 space is limited to start off. Add a cooler, luggage, pool toys, packnplay and stroller to the list of things we must squeeze into the van and I start to worry there won't be much room for the kids! This is why we started leaving our huge double stroller at home and renting a double stroller from Kingdom Strollers. We absolutely love having so much extra space in the van for the 12 hour drive to Florida. It is SO simple to rent a stroller from Kingdom Strollers, there is no hassle. They will deliver it to your resort on the day you are scheduled to check in and they will also pick it back up on the day you are scheduled to depart. Easy peasy. The rental prices are very affordable, 7 days cost us less than $100. The strollers are all sanitized after each rental and they come with a name plate so that you can easily find your stroller when you park it at the theme parks.



My kids loved the City Mini Double stroller

To rent a stroller simple visit www.Kingdomstrollers.com and choose which stroller you would prefer then click 'reserve this item'. They have single Bob strollers, double Bob strollers and they also have City Mini strollers. These strollers are very easy to push for the many miles you will be walking at Disney World. Best of all they are super comfortable for your children. The seats recline back for napping and they have a huge canopy to protect children from the bright Florida sun and rain showers that are known to pop up out of nowhere.

Renting online is so simple. Visit their website, click 'reserve item' and then choose your dates on the calendar that you will need the stroller. Pick the resort you will be staying at and you are all set.


I would highly recommend renting from Kingdom Strollers on your next Orlando vacation.




1 comment:

  1. My wife and I have found a double stroller to be a must when going to the Disney parks. Our oldest daughter is 8, so she walked most of the time, however she did enjoy sitting down once in awhile. The double allowed my youngest (6) to ride during our marathon days at the park, and allowed enough room to store a backpack, cooler, etc. It definitely added convenience to our days. Here's my family's experience with the great stroller (or no stroller) debate:
    http://www.askbritni.com/vacation-planning/should-i-rent-a-stroller-at-disney/

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