Stroller rentals are available at each park.
Magic Kingdom - entrance
Epcot - east side of Main Entrance Plaza and International Gateway
Disney's Hollywood Studios - Oscar’s Super Service on right after going through turnstiles
Animal Kingdom - Garden Gate Gifts on right after going through turnstiles
Downtown Disney - Disney's Wonderful World of Memories (Marketplace) and DisneyQuest Emporium (West Side). A $100 credit card imprint is required for deposit when renting a stroller at Downtown Disney. Double-passenger strollers are not available at Downtown Disney.
Typhoon Lagoon - Strollers are welcome here, but not available to rent
Blizzard Beach - Strollers are welcome here, but not available to rent
Replacement strollers are available at:
Magic Kingdom - Main Entrance stroller rental; Frontierland Trading Post; Tomorrowland Arcade.
Epcot - Main Entrance Plaza; International Gateway; Germany shop.
Disney's Hollywood Studios - Oscar’s Super Service; Character Costume Shop.
Animal Kingdom - Garden Gate Gifts; Mombassa Marketplace.
For guests who require a stroller rental for multiple days, a length-of-stay rental is offered -- a one-time payment for as many days of rental needed. Upon visiting a Theme Park, simply show your receipt at the stroller rental location and you will be expedited through the queue with little or no wait time.
Single baby strollers are available for $15 per day ($13 per day for length-of-stay rentals).
Double strollers are $31 per day ($27 per day for length-of-stay rentals).
Save money by hiring from an outside company. Magic Strollers offer quality single or double strollers for daily hire, with discounts for additional day hire. Prices are cheaper than Disney and you have the advantage of having a stroller to use outside of the parks.
If you're visiting more than one park on the same day, hold onto your rental ticket and pick up another stroller at the next park.
If you plan on leaving the park for a break, and don't want to risk there being no strollers available when you return, put something on your stroller to identify it (tie scarf on handle, put towel on seat), and leave it by an attraction that is near the park entrance.
Don't leave any valuables in the stroller.
Put something on your stroller so it's easily identifiable, such as a bright piece of clothing, or towel.
If it's raining, put some sort of cover over your stroller if you leave it outside to go in an attraction.
If someone else walks off with your stroller, you can get a replacement at one of the locations listed above (subject to availability & only with rental receipt).
The strollers can be quite uncomfortable to sit in for long periods as the seats are hard. Take a blanket or folded up towel with you for the child to sit on.
At Magic Kingdom, strollers aren't permitted on Walt Disney Road Railroad. If you are not making a return roundtrip, leave your stroller at one station, take your name card with you, and get a replacement stroller at the next station.
You can take your own strollers into the parks. The type that fold up easily are best if you're going to be using Disney transportation. Only collapsible strollers are allowed onto Disney transportation.
Strollers can and do run out at the Parks, especially during peak times. Arrive early if you want to be guaranteed a stroller.