Packing for a trip to one of the Disney parks may seem like packing for any other trip, but when visiting the land of Mickey and Minnie Mouse, there are a few things to consider to ensure you get the most out of your days at the Happiest Place in the World.
This may be the most obvious inclusion, but it can be easy to overlook. If you’re carrying on, bring a travel-sized bottle of sunscreen and a wide-brimmed hat to protect your face from the sun during hours of standing in lines for rides. Waterproof sunscreen would be your best bet in case you get wet on rides like Splash Mountain.
Refillable Water Bottle
Rather than having to fork over your dollars for water, bring your own reusable bottle you can fill up at water fountains around the park.
Portable Personal Fan
Standing in line can make for a hot afternoon, especially if breezes are sparse. Pack a small personal fan to keep yourself cool while waiting for rides.
Lightweight Rain Jacket
In the case of the unexpected downpour, pack a lightweight rain jacket that can easily fold into your day pack.
Depending on how long you plan to spend in the park, layer up with tank tops and sleeved shirts.
Consider investing in a pair of waterproof walking shoes to keep your feet dry and comfortable all day long.
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