Wondering what bag to carry to Walt Disney World?
No one wants to carry a purse around Walt Disney World Orlando, especially if your purse is anything like mine- big, bulky, and liable to knock over any small child if you were to turn the wrong way. So here are a few bag options good to accommodate ALL your transporting needs at Walt Disney World.
The Famous Baggallini:
These bags come in many shapes and sizes. But in my opinion, they are a little on the pricey side. A small messenger bag runs about $50+. However, I do know many people rave about them. The fact that they are made of good quality materials and have oodles of different compartments makes it a smart bag. There are compartments for water, pouches for your phone, little inside pockets for your credit cards. There are larger compartments to store an extra shirt, or a poncho or two. It seems like a nice way to keep organized. However, for someone like me who only makes a yearly pilgrimage to Walt Disney World, it’s not worth the money. But, I think if you travel a lot, it may be a great investment.
For the minimalist, a fanny pack is the way to go. Maybe you don’t have little ones and don’t need to carry around diapers or pacifiers. This may be the bag for you. If all you need is your credit cards, a camera, and some cash, a fanny pack may be a good idea. I have even seen people walking around with the clip attachments for their water bottles.
Finally, my bag of choice is….the Land’s End Classmate Backpack in size MEDUIM (pictured).
Although this backpack is something typically a preschool aged child would tote around, I have found it great for Walt Disney World. Its durable, the perfect size (not a HUGE back pack your middle schooler would carry around) and it does fit a lot in it, we were quite surprised. We were able to fit 3 waters, 2 adult and 1 child ponchos in it, a bag of small chips, a change of clothes for our daughter, and the usual- phone, wallet, epipen, Benadryl, autograph book, and camera. It was bursting at the seams, but it all fit, and it also stored nicely underneath our umbrella stroller in the bottom compartment. We used this backpack as a toy bag for our daughter for the 18+ hour drive down to Walt Disney World. She put coloring books, colored pencils, DVDs, DS, games, some little toys, etc. in the bag and kept pulling things out to do during our drive. Once we got to Disney it became our park bag. It worked out well. And the best part is it was only $19.99…and I am sure you could find a code (or wait til one is available) for free shipping for their website (landsend.com). What is your favorite bag to carry around Disney World?
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