Anyone who has ever visited Walt Disney World with children knows the struggle stroller parking while enjoying an attraction. Once you leave the attraction, it’s always a scavenger hunt to find it as it is mostly moved somewhere else by a Cast Member. That hunt might be ending soon with this new stroller park pilot program that will begin at Animal Kingdom tomorrow, June 1.
The stroller parking pilot will work something like this: Guests who rent a stroller directly from Animal Kingdom will be given a specialty tag. Guests who bring in their own stroller will be given this tag at their first stroller parking area for a participating attraction. The specialty tags will be color-coded and correspond to new color-coded parking zones. For example, if you receive a red specialty tag, you will then park your stroller in the red stroller parking zone.
The following attractions will be participating in the pilot program at Animal Kingdom:
- Festival of the Lion King
- Finding Nemo – The Musical
- It’s Tough to be a Bug
- Kali River Rapids
- Kilimanjaro Safaris
- Rivers of Light
- Wildlife Express Train
Disney is hoping this program will make parking your stroller and retrieving it more efficient and convenient. An end date to the pilot program at Animal Kingdom has not announced. If all goes well, we anticipate this becoming a permanent program and expanded to other Walt Disney World Parks.
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