New Rules on Stroller Size and No-Smoking Coming to Disney Parks

If you're planning a trip to the Disney Resort, there's a few new rules coming to the park. Starting May 1st, there will be no more smoking allowed inside the parks. There will also be new regulations on strollers as well!

Starting May 1, there will no longer be smoking areas inside of Walt Disney World or Disneyland, water parks, ESPN wide. World of Sports complex or Downtown Disney in California. Now instead of designated areas inside the parks, there will be designated smoking areas outside of the entrances of the parks.

If you're visiting Disney in Orlando, there will also be designated smoking areas outside of Disney Springs.

The guidelines for strollers are changing as well on May 1st. Strollers will no longer be allowed to be bigger than 31 inches wide and 52 inches long. Most strollers sold today fit these guidelines.

Wagons will no longer be allowed in the parks as of May 1, 2019.

The new rules are being put in place to help ease congestion at the parks.

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