Walt Disney World sits right in the very center of the state of Florida. For the purposes of UV protection, I’d like to point out just how close central Florida is to the equator. It’s a short 1,963 miles. But in the warm months of spring and summer, the sun really beats down on parkgoers at Disney. Joking aside, it’s important to remember that the sun’s harmful rays can have negative effects on our skin 365 days a year. So whether I’m visiting Disney World in March, July, October or December, I carry sunscreen in my park bag. It takes virtually no time to spray everyone with Coppertone and get on with our day. And you don’t want to forget yours because the price of sunscreen inside the parks can have its own negative effects as well—on your wallet.