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All Disney parks going smoke-free May 1

If you're planning a trip to Disney this summer, be prepared to leave the cigarettes outside the gates.
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ORLANDO (WTHR) — If you're planning a trip to Disney this summer, be prepared to leave the cigarettes outside the gates.

Both Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resort announced beginning May 1, there will be no more smoking areas inside parks and water parks.

There will still be designated smoking areas outside the Disney World parks, at Disney Resort hotels and at Disney Springs. In Anaheim at Disneyland, there will be designated smoking areas in some outdoor locations, but not in any hotel rooms or on patios and balconies.

May 1 will also be the start of new stroller rules at Disney World parks:

  • Strollers must be 31 inches wide and 52 inches long or smaller
  • Stroller wagons will no longer be allowed (wagons are already restricted)

Disney said the new stroller rules are intended to reduce congestion and improve guest flow.