SeaWorld Stroller Rentals: Everything You Need to Know
Every theme park has its own rules of what you can or can't bring, and it can get a little overwhelming trying figure it out while also trying to plan your vacation.
In this page, we will explain whether you can bring your own stroller to SeaWorld.
Can I Bring My Own Stroller to SeaWorld?
Visitors are able to bring their own strollers into SeaWorld. There are also strollers at the park that are available for rent, on a first come, first-served basis.
The main stroller rule to be aware of at the park is that for most rides/attractions, the strollers must be parked outside for safety reasons.
Renting a Stroller at the Park
SeaWorld offers two types of stroller on a first-come, first-served basis.
These strollers can be rented in person, at the rental shop near Guest Services or online (ahead of time).
Rent Online If You Can
If you know which date that you are visiting the park, do yourself a favor and rent the stroller online.
The main reason why you want to do this is due to the calendar that shows you the pricing for that day, and if they have available stroller rentals for that day.
Stroller rentals are typically around $40, but they can fluctuate in price depending on the day, and season that you're visiting.
SeaWorld Stroller Rules
- Guests must be 18 years or older to rent strollers.
- For safety reasons, all strollers at SeaWorld must be parked outside of most exhibits and attractions.
- SeaWorld is not responsible for strollers or their content left unattended in the SeaWorld Orlando park.
Stroller Tips at SeaWorld
Check Your Stroller Before Going to the Park
No, seriously. You'd be surprised at how many guests bring a stroller to the park, and it for one reason or the other, it doesn't work.
Then when they try to rent a stroller at the park, they find out that they're sold out for the day.
That is no way to start the day, after paying your hard-earned money to visit the park.
Know the Best Time to Visit SeaWorld
The best time to visit SeaWorld Orlando is Tuesday-Thursday right when the park opens.
Weekdays in general are typically much less crowded and visitors from all over the world plan their trips around the weekend.
Bring a Lightweight Stroller
If you think walking an entire day in the Florida sun is tough, try pushing a stroller.
You'll want to bring a lightweight stroller to the park, as the park is 200 acres, and the miles add up rather quickly.
Don't Leave Your Valuables in the Stroller
The strollers left in the stroller parking area will be unattended during shows and rides, so you'll want to make sure that you take all valuables with you.