12 Things Disney Cast Members Recommend You Take Into Epcot

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5. Stroller and/or Wheelchair Rain Cover

As I mentioned, most of the Epcot pavilions do not allow strollers to be brought inside, so you’ll be leaving it in one of the many stroller parking areas. Sometimes for convenience you may choose to leave an ECV or wheelchair outside as well. If it should happen to rain while you are inside, your seat will be soaked, which means your previously clothing will be soaked. A simple solution is to cover your stroller with a plastic rain cover before you go inside. EVCs don’t usually have special covers, but a well-placed poncho or plastic bag can do this trick. Even if the skies look clear, Florida storms can build quickly, and you may not even know that it’s raining outside when you are engrossed in The Seas, so better safe than sorry! Stroller covers can also be used while walking through the park to keep the children and stroller dry.  Photo credit Sasha's Kiddie Products


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