The Disney strollers are made of hard plastic. They do not recline but they do have canopies for some protection from the sun. (We do not recommend the Disney strollers for infants.) It's a good idea to bring either a receiving blanket or beach towel to provide a bit of cushioning between the plastic and your child.
If you regret not bringing a stroller of your own, you'll find that they also have a nice umbrella stroller available for purchase. It's priced around $40 and can be found in the vicinity of the rental areas.
ARTICLE: To Stroller, or Not to Stroller?
Helpful Tip: If you do bring your own stroller from home, be sure to take a quick photo of the serial number on it just in case it goes missing. Want to read more about why? Check out this article...
Back on May 1, 2019, guidelines on stroller sizes were adjusted, which now requires them to be no larger than 31″ (79cm) wide and 52″ (132cm) long or smaller. Many of the strollers on the market, including many double jogging strollers, fit within these size guidelines. As a reminder, wagons are not permitted in the parks. Stroller wagons are also no longer be permitted.
When purchasing a Length of Stay rental, you show your receipt and can bypass the queue with little or no wait.