Walt Disney World is located in Bay Lake near Kissimmee and is the first of Disney’s worldwide theme park empire. The property covers 27,258 acres and contains 27 themed resort hotels, 9 non–Disney hotels, four theme parks, two water parks, four golf courses, one nine-hole walking golf course for young golfers, two themed miniature golf courses, one camping resort and many other entertainment venues. Another great option is to visit the Chip n’ Dale campfire sing along where you can sing with the Chippendales and then watch a movie under the stars.Walt Disney World is used to catering for families with babies and toddlers and there are baby-care centers are located in every park. They’re air-conditioned, packed with toys, and some run Disney cartoons. You can purchase nappies, formula, baby powder and over-the-counter medicine. Walt Disney World uses Kid’s Nite Out to provide private babysitting services either in the hotel or in the parks and this is charged at an hourly rate.Several of the Disney resorts offer excellent drop-in kids activity centres ($11.50 per hour per child including dinner with a two-hour minimum) for children aged 3 to 12. Here, children take part in organised activities such as art and enjoy meals and a Disney movie to end the evening. Strollers are available to rent on a first-come, first-served basis at Disney’s four theme parks and Downtown Disney, and you can also rent umbrella strollers.It is important to be aware that different parks will require a different pace. Disney’s Magic Kingdom is perfect for little ones, with shows, rides and the parades aimed at toddlers and younger children. Disney’s Animal Kingdom offers fantastic safari themed attractions with live animals, and there’s a little bit more shade and quiet walking time. Epcot is a great choice for families of mixed ages and there’s lots of interactivity which the little ones will enjoy, such as the interactive Turtle Talk and A Voyage Under the Sea with Nemo.