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Packing List for Your Disney Daypack (Free Printable!)

Ultimate Disney Daypack Packing ListIf you read regularly, you already know how much my family loves visiting Disney destinations.  Even though our kids are quite young, we have never let that stop us from bringing a baby or toddler along for the Disney fun.  My children have had a ton of fun at Disneyland and Disney World at every age and stage.  My husband and I have had even more fun watching them take in all the Disney magic.

Of course, bringing a little one means you’ll need all the extra gear that babies and toddlers require.  Plan and pack accordingly!  One of the secrets to my Disney success is that I carefully plan what I’m going to bring into the parks each day so that I always have the necessities but not a lot of bulk.  Buying travel-sizes and compact gear really helps.  Remember that there is a Disney Baby Care Center in every park if you need to pick up supplies in a pinch.

Disneyland vs. Disney World Space Mountain

Photo Credit: Disney Parks

How do we make it work?  Usually, we try to go with no more than one bag per adult (usually a diaper bag and a backpack), but sometimes we can even downsize to one bag for our whole family.  Our valuables always stay in a bag that remains with an adult at all times.  Anything replaceable and not valuable (snacks, water bottles, jackets, towels, etc.) can be stored in the basket under our stroller.

If you are headed to Disney, the list below has everything you might possibly need.  Of course, this doesn’t need you mean to bring everything on this list!  Use it as a starting point and pare it down to just the essentials for your family.  I’ve included links to a few fun Disney-themed supplies, in case you like to bring along Disney items like I do!

Happy packing and don’t miss the free printable version at the end of the post.Disneyland Tigger Holidays

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Baby & Toddler Necessities

  1. Diapers
  2. Wipes
  3. Changing pad
  4. Diaper creamDisney Sippy cup
  5. Stroller
  6. Baby carrier
  7. Sippy cup or Bottle (I must admit a weakness for the Disney-themed sippy cups from The First Years)
  8. Formula or Milk (note: you can buy 1% milk at a lot of locations in the parks but if your toddler needs whole milk, consider bring shelf-stable milk packs such as Organic Valley)Disney Bumkins Bib
  9. Baby food (pouches are preferable to jars for weight & safety!)
  10. Baby spoon
  11. Bib (super-cute Disney ones available from Bumkins)
    Disney Table Toppers
  12. Disposable placemats (not a necessity, but I have loved using these Disney-themed table toppers for a sanitary and stationary solution to messy toddler eating)
  13. Snack cup (e.g., Munchkin snack catchers or Disney snack bowls from The First Years)

Clothing & Gear

  1. Extra clothes (especially for kids & don’t forget extra socks if you plan to get wet!)
  2. Bathing suit
  3. Sun hats
  4. Sunglasses
  5. Sweater or jacket
  6. Ponchos for everyone
  7. Travel umbrella

Toiletries, First Aid, Cleaning & Organization

  1. Disney First AidZiploc bags
  2. Wet wipes
  3. Hand sanitizer
  4. Tissues
  5. Sunscreen
  6. Chapstick (ideally with SPF protection)
  7. Medications (infant Tylenol or Advil, Epipen for allergies, Benadryl cream)
  8. Small First Aid Kit (Bandaids, antibiotic ointment, moleskin for blisters, etc.)
  9. Hair supplies: brush, ponytail holders
  10. Makeup

Food & Drink

  1. Water bottles (collapsible ones work especially well for space-saving)
  2. Snacks (good choices include granola bars, goldfish crackers, applesauce pouches, etc.)

Disney Fun

  1. Autograph bookDisney Autograph Book & pen
  2. Shiny pennies and plenty of quarters for pressed penny machines
  3. Disney trading pins
  4. Lanyards
  5. Glow sticks or necklaces

Paperwork

  1. Magic bands or theme park tickets
  2. Identification (driver’s license, passport)
  3. Child ID tags
  4. Money: cash, credit cards, Disney gift cards, Disney dollars (and definitely don’t forget your Disney Visa from Chase if you are a cardholder!)
  5. Guidebook
  6. Apps (pre-download any and all apps to your phone)
  7. Touring plans
  8. Park schedules & maps (pick up at park entrance)

Electronics

  1. Camera & camera bag
  2. Video camera
  3. Smartphone
  4. Portable charger, cord & plug (I highly recommend the Jackery Bar Premium which can recharge an iPhone about three times)Disney lunch bag

Optional But Useful

  1. Mini cooler or insulated lunch bag
  2. Fan mister
  3. Toddler harness/backpack — no judgment if you have a little one prone to running away! 😉
  4. Small towel

Click to Download the Disney Daypack Printable:

Disney Daypack Packing List Free Printable

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