Disney World Water Bottle Refill Stations Locations and More!

The heat in central Florida is no joke! Whether you’re visiting during the height of summer or during the harsh and barren 60 degree winters – you’ve got the keep hydrated!

Water fountains are scattered throughout each Disney park and resort area, providing an accessible option for guests. And water bottles can be purchased from nearly every restaurant, cart, and snack kiosk.

But with the cost of each water bottle between $3 and $6 – it adds up quickly.

The Benefits of Brining a Reusable Water Bottle to Disney World

The biggest benefit of bringing your own reusable water bottle to Disney World is certainly the money that you will save. We used to spend, on average, $20+ per day on water and non specialty beverages. That’s more than $100 for a 5-day trip!

Plus, there’s really nothing quite like having your own property with you. The familiarity of your favorite Stanley, covered in Disney stickers and accessories (of course), can not be overstated.

And it’s 20204, bringing a reusable water is a simple way to help reduce waste for our planet.

Understanding Disney World’s Water Bottle Policy

Wondering if Disney will even allow re-usable water bottles in the parks? The answer is ‘yes!’ In fact, they’ve been rolling out specific water bottle refill stations all over the place!

The only rule is that you can’t bring any glassware or glass bottles. So you can bring pretty much anything, but just remember you will be carrying it with you. I like to bring something durable, portable, and lightweight.

Where to Find Disney World Water Bottle Refill Stations in Every Park

Fun fact: there are 23 water bottle refill stations just within the four Disney World parks. There’s 57 more throughout the resort area.

An overcast sky looms above Magic Kingdom's Cinderella Castle, creating a majestic backdrop with a soft light diffusing through the clouds. The castle's spires reach towards the sky, with guests casually walking in the foreground on well-manicured lawns and elegant, ornate fencing accentuating the magical setting.

Magic Kingdom

  • Near Tron Restrooms
  • Inside Pinocchio’s Village Haus
  • Inside Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe
A vibrant daytime view of Hollywood Boulevard at Disney's Hollywood Studios, with the iconic Hollywood Tower Hotel in the background. Lush palm trees line the street, and a vintage-style street lamp and marquee for 'Theater of the Stars' add to the old-Hollywood ambiance. Guests stroll along the walkway, enjoying the sunny weather.

Hollywood Studios

  • Near Black Spire Market Restrooms
  • Near Bus Loop Restrooms
  • Near Grand Ave Restrooms
  • Near Restrooms inside ABC Commissary
  • Near Blue Milk Stand Restrooms
  • Inside the Millennium Falcon: Smuggler’s Run Exit Queue
  • Sunset Blvd
  • Outside Guest Relations
  • Outside of Security
A picturesque scene of Epcot's iconic Spaceship Earth with a dramatic, cloud-filled sky above. The image captures a serene reflection of the geodesic sphere on the calm waters of the surrounding lagoon, framed by vibrant flower beds and lush greenery under a partly cloudy sky, suggesting an area of tranquility and natural beauty within the park.

Epcot

  • Near the Lockers at International Gateway
  • Near the Restrooms inside Connections Cafe
  • Near Rose Walk Restrooms
  • Inside the Odyssey Building
  • Outside Guest Relations
  • Outside the Journey of Water
The intricate Tree of Life stands tall at Disney's Animal Kingdom, its massive trunk and sprawling branches adorned with detailed animal carvings. A waterfall cascades at its base, adding a dynamic element to this central icon of the park, surrounded by lush foliage under a canopy of green leaves.

Animal Kingdom

  • Inside the Avatar Flight of Passage Queue
  • Inside the Na’vi River Journey Queue
  • Near the Flame Tree Barbecue
  • Near Mombasa Marketplace
  • Near Satu’li Canteen

Additional Disney World Water Bottle Refill Stations

Spending time outside the parks, resort hopping or exploring Disney Springs? There’s nothing to worry about for your next monorail bar crawl!

Disney has installed water bottle refill stations at each resort and through common areas like Disney Springs and the Boardwalk near Epcot. A full list of all Disney World water bottle refill stations is available on Disney’s website.

You can also access a full list of refill station locations (with a map!) on the Disney World app.

  • Open the Disney World App
  • Click the magnify glass (search icon)
  • Type ‘water’
  • Select ‘water bottle refill stations’
  • Ta-da!

Don’t Forget to Hydrate

Wherever you’re spending your day at Disney, make sure you are taking care of yourself, your body, and your group. Drinking water is a big way to accomplish this!

Bringing your own reusable water bottle is a great way to save money and help save the planet. But whether you bring one, buy single use water bottles in the park, or ask for complimentary water at any quick service location. Take care!

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