If there’s one thing that you must always bring with you to a Disney World park, especially during the grueling summer months, is a nice water bottle.
Florida is hot and humid from April to October, so it’s extremely important to stay hydrated.
All Disney World quick service spots provide iced water and you can find water fountains and water bottle refill stations throughout the park, but if you haven’t experienced Florida water, let’s just stay you’re in for a rude awakening.
That’s why I recommend that you bring your own water bottle and refill it at any of the Starbucks locations inside each park.
Below, I put together a list of water bottles that are perfect for a Disney park day, all of which will fit perfectly in your park bag.
How much does bottled water cost at Disney World?
A bottle of Dasani water costs $3.75 and SmartWater costs $5.75 at all Disney World merchandise and dining locations.
Every quick service location will also provide free iced water upon request so that’s also a decent alternative. But just like I mentioned above, you’ll get better tasting, filtered water from any of the Starbucks locations inside each park.
Best Water Bottles for Disney World
So with that being said, here are the five best water bottles for Disney World:
1. Hydro Flask 21 oz Standard Mouth
This is the only water bottle I use daily and it’s the only one that I ever bring to the parks anymore.
This insulated bottle keeps drinks cold up to 24 hours and hot up to 12 hours. Plus, it fits perfect in cup holders which is a massive bonus.
The Flex Cap is leakproof and the bottle is extremely durable. This means it can handle any ride that you throw at it. Nothing is going to stop it.
2. Yeti Rambler 18 oz Water Bottle
This 18 oz vacuum insulated stainless bottle with a Chug Cap is an equally impressive alternative to the HydroFlask.
However, this version of the bottle with a Chug Cap is not intended to be used with hot drinks. But I mean during the hot months in Orlando, that missing feature is irrelevant.
This bottle, unlike the HydroFlask, will not fit in a standard cup holder, if that’s something you’re considering.
3. LARQ Bottle PureVis
This is the most expensive bottle on the list, but also the most high tech. The LARQ is the world’s first self-cleaning water bottle that is able to eliminate up to 99% of bio-contaminants like E.coli from your water and bottle via their PureVis technology.
PureVis is a proprietary and patented UV-C led technology that eliminates harmful bacteria with a touch of a button every 2 hours. And this bottle doesn’t use filters so that’s one less thing to worry about and replace.
The LARQ is also double-wall vacuum insulated so it keeps your water hot for 12 hours and cold for 24 hours.
If you don’t trust public water fountains or tap water, then this bottle is perfect.
4. Tayeka Actives Insulated Water Bottle
This is a sleek and rugged stainless steel water bottle that’s double-wall vacuumed sealed meaning it keeps drinks cold for 24 hours.
Each bottle is BPA-free and comes with an innovative, leakproof spout lid. Plus it even has a hinge lock that keeps the cap out of your way while drinking.
Plus, this is the most affordable bottle on this list.
5. CamelBak Chute Mag
A double-wall vacuum insulated stainless steel water bottle that stays dry and won’t sweat. The cap features an easy to carry handle and a magnetic top that stows securely out of the way when opened.
Plus it’s leak proof so you can can handle every ride you throw at it, even Guardians of the Galaxy Cosmic Rewind.
This bottle comes in 22 different colors and in three sizes – 20 oz, 32 oz, and 40 oz.
Water Bottle Refilling Stations in Disney World
You can find water bottle refilling stations at the following locations:
- Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe
- In the main queue line of Expedition Everest
- In the main queue line of Na’vi River Journey
- In the main queue line of Avatar Flight of Passage
- Bathrooms before Canada on the walkway between World Nature and World Showcase
- Outside of the new Guest Relations building
- Soda fountain inside Connections Cafe
- Skyliner bathrooms before you enter Epcot from the International Gateway Entrance
- Coca Cola building by the Skyliner before you go through security
- Restroom near the Milk Stand in Galaxy’s Edge
Have any other water bottle recommendations for Disney World? If so, please let me know in the comment section below. Thanks!