How Much Does It Cost to Park at Disneyland and Disney World? Fees for Parking, Lockers, Stroller Rentals, and More
When planning a trip to The Happiest Place on Earth, admission fees aren’t the only things to factor in. On top of paying big bucks for park hopper tickets, guests must also budget how much it costs to park at Disneyland and Disney World, plus other rentals like lockers and strollers. And although Disney offers complimentary guest services to ensure a fun-filled (and safe) day at its park, not everything is free.
From parking to stroller rentals, we share everything you need to know about additional charges at Disneyland and Disney World, below.
Disneyland: $20-$30 per day
Disney World: $13-$45 per day
How much does it cost to park at Disneyland and Disney World, you ask? The answer is probably more than you want to spend. At Disneyland, there are a couple of places to park — one of the most common being the Mickey & Friends Parking Structure. Located near Disneyland Drive and West Ball Road, guests traveling by car or motorcycle can park in the structure for $20 per day. Those in an oversized vehicle or bus must park over at the Toy Story Parking Area. Oversized vehicles are $25 per day, and busses are $30 per day.
When it comes to parking, Disney World is a whole different ball game. Guests staying at a Disney Resort can park their car for $13 per night at value resorts, $19 per night at moderate resorts, and $24 per night at deluxe and deluxe villa resorts. Also, select Disney Resorts offer valet parking for $33 per day. All other guests can park in parking lots near the theme parks and pay $22 for standard parking or $45 for preferred parking for a car or motorcycle. Oversized vehicle parking for shuttles, campers, limos, buses, and tractor trailers is $27 per day.
Disneyland: $7-$15 per day
Disney World: $10-$15 per day
Whether you’re there for the day or staying at a resort hotel, renting a locker at Disneyland and Disney World is a great idea. You can store souvenirs and keep a change of clothes or a jacket for the evening, too. At Disneyland, lockers are available inside the parks for $7 or $10 per day (depending on the size) and outside the parks for $7, $10, $11, $12, and $15. If you go for a locker inside the park, be sure to make a note of the park’s hours, as they are only accessible during hours of operation. Disney does not offer overnight storage and advises guests that accidentally leave items in a locker to contact their lost and found.
Like Disneyland, Walt Disney World also offers locker rentals. However, the prices vary. According to its website, locker rentals are available at all parks and start at $10 a day for a small locker, $12 for a large, and $15 for a jumbo.
Disney World: $15-$27
Wondering how much does it cost to rent a stroller at Disneyland? The park has you covered with a single stroller for $15 per day and two strollers for $25 ($5 savings). Stroller rentals are located outside the main Disneyland entrance next to the kennel and guests can use them in both parks. You can’t take strollers outside of the security screening areas.
Walt Disney World also offers stroller rentals. Guests visiting the Florida parks can rent a single stroller for $15 per day. However, those staying for multiple days save money with $13 per day rental fees. Double strollers are also available for $31 per day or $27 per day for guests staying multiple days.
Disney World: $12
Wheelchairs are also available to rent at Disneyland and Walt Disney World. Guests looking to rent a wheelchair can do so for $12 per day at both parks. However, those visiting Disney World for multiple days can save on rental fees and reserve one for $10 per day.
To rent a wheelchair at Disneyland, guests must put down a $20 refundable deposit. Those visiting Disney World are not required to do so. However, if they reserve a wheelchair at a Walt Disney World Water Park or Disney Springs, a $100 refundable deposit is required.
All wheelchairs are available on a first come, first served basis, so Disney recommends getting there early to secure a rental. That said, guests are permitted to bring their own wheelchairs to the parks.
Disney World: $50
In addition to wheelchairs, guests can also rent Electronic Convenience Vehicles (ECV) for $50 per day in both parks. To rent an ECV, Disney requires guests to put down a $20 refundable deposit. Like wheelchairs, ECV rentals are available on a first come, first served basis, so Disney recommends getting there early to reserve one.
Note: If renting an ECV from Walt Disney World Water Parks or the Disney Springs area, guests must put down a $100 refundable deposit. Both parks allow the use of personal ECVs.
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