New ‘No Smoking’ Policy Announced Plus Updates to Stroller Sizes and More at the Disney Parks

There’s a new “no smoking” policy at Walt Disney World and Disneyland, in addition to new policies for strollers, ice in coolers, and more.

Starting May 1, the theme parks at Disney World and Disneyland will be smoke free.

The new smoke free zones also include the ESPN Wide World of Sports, Disney World water parks, and Disneyland’s Downtown Disney District.

Designated smoking areas will be available outside the entrances of the new smoke-free areas, and at Disney Springs.

Also beginning May 1, there is a new size policy for strollers in the theme parks. Starting that day stroller can be no larger than 31″ (79cm) wide and 52″ (132cm) long. Also, stroller wagons will no longer be permitted as of May 1 (wagons are already not permitted).

Starting today – March 28 – guests who bring coolers into the parks can no longer bring loose ice or dry ice in the coolers. Only reusable ice packs are permitted.

Additional details on these new policies can be found at and



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