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Best Stroller Wagons of 2024
January 4, 2024

Best Stroller Wagons of 2024

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Best Stroller Wagons of 2024

Ever wish you could wave a magic wand and combine two of your favorite baby products? Meet the stroller wagon, the stroller + wagon hybrid that’s created a whole new category of baby gear.

Stroller wagons—the perfect combo of the traditional stroller and the classic wagon—offer families yet another way to get out and about with little ones along for the ride. They come in many different styles and configurations and a range of price points, and most can tackle many different types of terrain. A stroller wagon can also be a useful alternative to a double stroller.

There are a lot of features to think through if you’re considering purchasing a stroller wagon, so it’s helpful to do some research before you buy.

Babylist’s Top Picks for the Best Stroller Wagons

Read full reviews of the best stroller wagons.

How We Chose Our Best Stroller Wagons

  • We analyzed results from Babylist’s Best Baby Products survey, which polled almost 3,000 Babylist users and asked them to share the baby products they love the most and why.
  • We utilized insight from the Babylist editorial team, including Gear Editor Jen LaBracio, an expert in the baby space for over six years and a mom of two who has written hundreds of baby gear guides and personally researched and tested hundreds of baby products, including many stroller wagons.
  • We reviewed customer reviews from hundreds of real Babylist parents.

Find more information at the end of this guide:

Babylist’s Picks for the Best Stroller Wagons

Best All-Terrain Stroller Wagon

The Scoop
  • Tackles any terrain, even snow and sand
  • Compatible with many infant car seats
  • Tons of custom add-ons
  • Expensive
What Our Experts Say

The Veer Cruiser is the stroller wagon that started it all. This high-end cruiser with oversized tires and front-wheel suspension is the best all-terrain stroller wagon. You can push or pull it on anything from pavement, grass, and gravel to snow and even sand. That’s not the case for all stroller wagons, so if you hope to use your wagon on the beach, on a gravel path or just about anywhere else, the Veer is one of the best options.

The other Veer standout? Customization. There are tons of add-on accessories, including custom sidewall kits and canopies, a nap system, a comfy toddler seat, a storage basket and even a Switchback Seat that’s interchangeable with other Veer gear.

The Cruiser holds two riders up to 55 pounds each and is compatible with an infant car seat (adapters sold separately for most major brands), so even the littlest family member can hop on for a ride. And it folds flat so it fits in most trunks when broken down.

What’s Worth Considering

The Cruiser is expensive, especially when you start adding on extras. You’ll need to take off all of the accessories when folding it. It pulls easily, but navigating tighter turns while pushing it does take a bit of effort (and practice).

Looking to haul up to four kids? Check out Veer’s newest stroller wagon, the Cruiser Wagon XL.

What Babylist Parents Say

“It has been great to load up with a picnic and take to the botanic gardens for the afternoon or throw our lawn games in and stroll down to the park on the weekends. We currently have the car seat adapter because our little one is only 2 months old but I can already tell that we are going to be using this a lot longer than our stroller.” -Whitney

Additional Specs
Weight 32.5 lbs
Folded Dimensions 37″L x 20″W x 14″H (wheels removed: 37″L x 20″W x 8″H
Age and Weight Recommendations 0-5 years; each passenger seat can hold up to 55 lbs and 45”

Best Affordable Stroller Wagon

The Scoop
  • More affordable price point
  • Comes with lots of accessories
  • Folds like a stroller
What Our Experts Say

Not looking to drop a small fortune on a stroller wagon? The Evenflo Pivot Xplore is a solid option that comes with lots of accessories and won’t set you back quite as much as other stroller wagons on the market.

This two-person ride has large tires that work on all types of terrain and the wagon boasts a flip handle that takes you from push to pull in seconds. There are several key accessories included, so you won’t have to shell out extra money for canopies, a snack tray or a storage basket, a nice perk. And the fold on the Xplore is also worth a shoutout. It folds more like a stroller, and you can leave all the accessories on when it’s time to pack up unlike with some other stroller wagons, a major perk.

What’s Worth Considering

The Pivot can accommodate an infant car seat, but only if Evenflo makes it. This stroller wagon can handle sand, but not as well as others. There aren’t a ton of accessories available.

What Babylist Parents Say

“This is such a great wagon! It has definitely become one of our go-to strollers/travel systems. We used it with the infant seat attachment when my son was a newborn and it was very sturdy. My son now sits in the wagon and loves being in it. It folds down to a great size and doesn’t take up the entire trunk. I love the push and pull options of the handle.” -Jessica

Additional Specs
Weight 34.7 lbs
Folded Dimensions 27.5” W x 23” L x 37.5” H
Age and Weight Recommendations 6 mos to 5 years

Best Even More Affordable Stroller Wagon

The Scoop
  • Comes with universal infant car seat adapter
  • Lots of cool accessories included
  • Hideaway pull handle
What Our Experts Say

Baby Trend’s Expedition Plus is another affordable stroller wagon option that’s worth a look as an option that packs a lot into a much smaller price tag than many of its competitors. It’s a pull-or-push two-seater wagon that works for either two children over six months or one baby and one older child if you pop on the included universal infant car seat adapter. (The adapter works with a ton of different car seat brands, but be sure to double-check yours before you buy.)

One of the coolest features of this stroller wagon is the hideaway pull handle. It’s stored under the body of the wagon floor and pulls out when needed–and slips away when it isn’t. The Expedition Plus also includes a mat that transforms the wagon bed into a soft surface perfect for napping or chilling. (The same mat also folds into cushions to make the seats extra comfy.) We also love the flip-over storage basket and snack tray, extra-large canopy with a mosquito net and the easy fold.

What’s Worth Considering

For an even more affordable stroller wagon, check out Baby Trend’s Expedition 2-in-1. It has fewer frills than the Plus but still rocks all the same functionality, and it’s significantly cheaper.

Additional Specs
Weight 42 lbs
Age and Weight Recommendations 6 mos up to 55 lbs per seat, or from birth with compatible infant car seat; total child weight limit 110 lbs

Easiest to Push Stroller Wagon

The Scoop
  • Incredibly easy to push, turn and steer
  • Holds up to three kids
  • Innovative open and fold
What Our Experts Say

If you’re hoping that jogging-stroller-favorite brand BOB took everything they know about the mechanics of suspension and maneuverability into account when designing their first-ever stroller wagon, we’re happy to report that they did—and the result is one pretty awesome piece of baby gear.

Many stroller wagons on our best-of list have exceptional maneuverability, but the Renegade truly excels. After spending only a few minutes with this sturdy, well-designed wagon stroller, the first thing we noticed was how incredibly easy it was to push, pull and steer. The Renegade is certainly big, but it doesn’t “drive” that way. Pushing and pulling the wagon was super smooth, and turns—even sharper ones—weren’t an issue whatsoever. It handles well on all types of terrain, including sand, thanks to the extra-large rugged tires.

The three-seater configuration is another differentiator we liked. Most stroller wagons either seat two or four kids, while the Renegade seats three: a double bench on one side and a single on the other. It’s not the most compact wagon on our list, but it’s much less bulky (and less intimidating to push around) than many four-seat options. We also like that it comes with two large canopies instead of having to purchase them separately.

One more standout feature to note: the fold. It’s fast and easy, two essentials for any good stroller wagon fold. And the unfold is even better. Simply push a small foot petal and the back seat pops up into place, no hands needed. (You will need hands to pop up the other seat, but it’s still super cool!)

What’s Worth Considering

Assembling the Renegade is a bit of a pain. There are a bunch of steps and it takes a bit longer than some of the other stroller wagons on our best-of list. There’s also no option for infants to ride in this wagon, as it doesn’t accept any car seats. Add-on accessories are limited at this time but that may change as the stroller wagon is on the market a bit longer. And it’s on the heavier side as this style of stroller wagons go.

What Babylist Parents Say

“This wagon lives up to the BOB name and is both functional and stylish. My biggest issue with stroller wagons is how hard they are to push or how bulky they are and somehow this wagon gets it right on both fronts. Literally pushes like a dream in stroller mode, with one hand, while walking the dog- even on rocky terrain! You cannot feel the weight inside the wagon even when loaded down and my 4-year-old and 6-month-old fit easily side by side with room for friends. I was convinced it wouldn’t fit through the doorway but it did with ease! I was also able to fold it one-handed while holding the baby. I especially love that it can be folded with the canopies on and everything doesn’t have to be disassembled.” -hmooney

Additional Specs
Weight 40 lbs
Folded Dimensions 41.7″L x 28.6″W x 18.5″H
Age and Weight Recommendations 12+ mos; each passenger seat can hold up to 55 lbs and 44”

Best Double Stroller Wagon

The Scoop
  • Perfect for large families
  • Tons of high-end, well-designed features like reclining seats, front zippered door and more
  • Large, heavy and expensive
What Our Experts Say

Getting around with three or more children, especially if they’re close in age, can be a challenge. Some double strollers accommodate three kids with the addition of a ride-along board, but storage space is limited and you’re out of luck if all three kiddos want to sit down at the same time. Enter the quad stroller wagon: it’s big on all fronts (size, price point etc.) but a worthwhile investment if you have a big family. It’s also pretty easy to push and steer, even when fully loaded and especially considering the size.

Wonderfold’s Quad Stroller Wagon is a luxury ride for four. There are so many thoughtful features on this wagon that it’s hard to narrow it down. There are four comfy, removable seats that each recline and have magnetic buckles. The wagon’s walls are made from a breathable mesh but also have an extra layer of fabric you can zip down over the mesh for added warmth or privacy. There’s a front zippered door for easy in and out. There’s tons of storage around the entire wagon, including a large zippered front storage basket, and a car seat adapter that offers 360 degree rotation. And the adjustable canopy is huge and provides great shade for all riders.

One other thing to note–this is mainly a push-only wagon. (The vegan leather handlebar adjusts for parents and caregivers of multiple heights, which we love.) There is a separate pull strap included, but it’s not the easiest, especially if you’re maneuvering a full wagon over rough terrain.

What’s Worth Considering

There’s no getting around the fact that this wagon is enormous. (Which it needs to be to haul four kids + all their stuff, but it’s still worth noting.) It’s long, wide, heavy (almost 60 lbs!) and just…huge. The wagon is fairly easy to fold, but does take some practice and even when folded takes up a good amount of real estate. (It does stand on its own when folded, though, which is helpful for storage purposes.) And there’s no getting around the price tag, which is also enormous.

Additional Specs
Weight 58 lbs
Folded Dimensions 29″L x 20″W x 44.5″H
Age and Weight Recommendations 6+ mos; 99 lbs per bench (2 seats per bench), total weight capacity 300lbs

Best Stroller Wagon for the Beach

The Scoop
  • Navigates all terrains, including sand
  • Lots of storage
  • Can upgrade to larder wheels
What Our Experts Say

Finding a stroller wagon that works on sand can be tricky; many brands make the claim, but don’t deliver when put to the test. The 2.0 version of the Keenz 7S is a great choice if you’re a beach-loving family. This two-passenger stroller wagon can be pushed or pulled and does really well on all types of terrain, including sand. (We recommend pulling the stroller wagon when on sand.) There’s also a ton of storage, including a built-in cooler, another big plus when you’re planning a beach day and need extra space to stash shovels, sunscreen, a beach tent and more.

A few other thoughtful features of the 7S 2.0 include adjustable handlebars, a lightweight aluminum frame, four-wheel suspension and built-in shades on either side of the canopy that pull down for privacy. And there’s a lot included here like cup holders and a travel/storage cover.

What’s Worth Considering

The 7S 2.0 works well as-is on most beaches, but if you’re traveling somewhere with super soft sand, or if you know you’ll be spending a lot of time at the beach, consider upgrading to the All-Terrain Wheel Set. These extra-large, extra-wide wheels make it even easier to maneuver your wagon at the beach.

Also note that there’s no ability to attach an infant car seat to this stroller wagon, and the brand recommends the wagon for babies 12 months and up, a bit higher of an age minimum than most other wagons on our list.

Additional Specs
Weight 33 lbs
Folded Dimensions 36”L 26”W 16.5”H
Age and Weight Recommendations 12+ mos; each passenger seat can hold up to 55 lbs, total wagon weight limit 300 lbs

Best Stroller Wagon for Infant and Toddler

The Scoop
  • Good choice for baby and older child
  • Lots of accessories included
  • XL double canopy
What Our Experts Say

Although not a substitute for a double stroller, a stroller wagon is a good alternative for some families who need to get around with more than one child. If there’s a baby in the mix, a stroller wagon that accommodates an infant car seat and an older child is a must—and this one from Gladly Family does that and more.

This stroller wagon is configured similarly to the Veer in that it has a push/pull handle and folds in on itself for flat storage. With the addition of the car seat adapter (sold separately), it accepts infant car seats from a good selection of brands. It also comes with a lot of accessories for the price, including a large double canopy that zips closed, a stowaway mattress to convert the stroller wagon interior to recline mode, a parent cup holder and storage container, a double snack tray and lots of interior and exterior storage compartments.

What’s Worth Considering

When you’re in push mode, navigating tighter turns is tricky and can take some getting used to. The harnesses are three-point instead of five, so they provide a little less support for younger riders.

Additional Specs
Weight 35 lbs
Folded Dimensions 25”L x 16”W x 42”H
Age and Weight Recommendations 6 mos-5 years; each passenger seat can hold up to 50 lbs, accepts additional 50 lbs of gear

Best Stroller Wagon for Cities

The Scoop
  • More compact design
  • Folds flat
  • Push or pull functionality
What Our Experts Say

Stroller wagons are known for a lot of things, but a compact design isn’t generally one of them. While The Wagon certainly isn’t tiny, it’s one of the smaller-scale stroller wagons on our list, which makes it the best choice if you’re a navigating a city or more densely packed areas on the regular.

Folding The Wagon is pretty intuitive, even the first time you do it. Everything folds flat, and it fits in even smaller trunks or stashed away in a city apartment. Need even more room? The wheels pop on and off easily for even more compact storage. And although this wagon is on the cozier side, we like that there’s a footwell to provide some extra legroom for both riders.

In addition to the travel-friendly design (and its really cool good looks), this push-or-pull two-seater stroller wagon has a lot going for it. The oversized tires are one of the wagon’s best features. They’re big and roll well over all types of terrain, sand included. We also love that there’s a snack tray and a cup holder included. If you want to add a car seat adapter or a nap accessory, they’re available as well, just sold separately.

What’s Worth Considering

The opening to the built-in storage basket is fairly narrow, so although it holds a decent amount of stuff, you won’t be able to stuff a diaper bag (or anything wider than about four inches or so) inside of it. The canopy is on the smaller side. You need to remove the snack tray and canopy before you fold this stroller wagon. And the handle is on the shorter side, so if you’re taller you may kick the wheels while walking if it’s in push mode.

Additional Specs
Weight 37 lbs
Folded Dimensions 38.2”L x 25”W x 18”H
Age and Weight Recommendations Ages 4 and up; each passenger seat can hold up to 55 lbs

What Is a Stroller Wagon?

A stroller wagon is a hybrid of two popular pieces of baby gear: a stroller and a wagon. Featuring the push and maneuverability of a stroller alongside the fun and functionality of a wagon, stroller wagons offer the best of both worlds.

Most stroller wagons have large wheels and a fairly robust suspension system designed to handle both smooth and rough terrain. Many feature both push and pull functionality and, unlike traditional wagons, stroller wagons either fold or break down in some way to make them more compact for portability.

Stroller wagons seat a minimum of two children and sometimes up to four depending on the brand and model. Seating configurations vary; some stroller wagons can accommodate infants (with the addition of an adapter and an infant car seat) while others work only for older babies and toddlers.

Many stroller wagon brands offer lots of different accessories to customize your ride. From canopies and cup holders to padded toddler seats and even bassinet attachments, there are plenty of add-ons to help you create the stroller wagon that’s perfectly suited for your family’s specific needs.

Are Stroller Wagons Worth It?

A stroller wagon isn’t a must-have baby item. But there are certain families that would get lots of use out of one or specific circumstances where owning a stroller wagon may make your life a little bit easier.

A stroller wagon may be right for your family if:

  • You love the outdoors. Most stroller wagons are built for tackling not just sidewalks but all types of terrain: sand, gravel, dirt, grass etc. If you live near a beach, a lake or a trail or you regularly find yourself on outdoor adventures with your kids in tow, a stroller wagon may be for you. (A jogging stroller is another idea to consider here too.)
  • You have a big family. Ever try pushing three kids in a stroller or—gasp—even four? No thanks. A quad stroller wagon is our favorite way to get around with three or more kiddos and all the stuff that comes along with them. (It’s also the best way to get looks of awe and astonishment from passersby, which we also love.)
  • You have a baby and an older child. Do you have a baby and an older child who’s past the stroller stage but not quite down with walking independently one hundred percent of the time? What about a big sibling who does lots of sports and activities on weekends and a little sibling who needs to come along for the ride? A stroller wagon that accommodates an infant car seat can be a good solution for both of these scenarios. It provides fun, easy seating for a big kid, lots of storage and a spot for the little brother or sister to chill.
  • Your kids fight the stroller–but don’t love to walk, either. Kids staging a stroller protest (but then complaining about walking)? A stroller wagon is a fun way to shake things up and convince your little ones to come along for the ride.
  • They’re fun! It sounds simple, but it’s true. Taking a stroller wagon for a spin to the park, the farmer’s market or even just around the block are easy ways to change things up from the regular stroller or carrier routine. It makes getting out of the house with your little ones feel more like an adventure than something to check off of your to-do list.

Stroller Wagons for Infants

Not all stroller wagons accommodate infants. Since younger babies can’t sit up on their own, an infant can’t ride in a stroller wagon unless the wagon accepts an infant car seat, usually through the use of adapters that either come with the wagon or can be purchased separately.

Some stroller wagons offer multiple adapter options for different brands of car seats. Others only accept car seats from the same brand, while others don’t accommodate infant car seats at all.

Be sure to check the exact configurations and car seat compatibility before purchasing a stroller wagon if you’re hoping your infant will be able to hitch a ride.

What to Look for in a Stroller Wagon

A stroller wagon is a big purchase. (Both literally and for your wallet!) When choosing the best stroller wagon for you, consider your family’s needs, the type of environment where you live and how you’re most likely to use your wagon.

These are the features to think through as you decide:

  • Wheels and suspension. Most stroller wagons have large wheels and cushy suspension systems, but some more so than others. Think about where you’ll be using your stroller wagon the most—sand, grass, sidewalks—and make sure the wagon you choose works on that type of terrain. Pro tip: not all stroller wagons perform well on sand, so if you’re hoping to use your stroller wagon at the beach, do your research and choose carefully.
  • Size and portability. All stroller wagons are big, but some are really big. And while all stroller wagons fold, some are much more portable than others. Measure your trunk against the stroller wagon’s folded dimensions to ensure it will fit, and check the weight so you know what you’re up against if you’ll be lifting it often. Check to see if the wheels pop off for easier storage. Research folds to see what feels easiest to you.
  • Infant compatibility. As mentioned above, not all stroller wagons accommodate infant car seats. If that’s a dealbreaker for you, be sure to research which stroller wagons are compatible with which infant car seats.
  • Safety. Look for features like an easy-to-use brake/wheel lock and safety harnesses (either three-point or five-point). Also pay attention to a stroller wagon’s weight limit, especially if you’ll be using it for more than one child or hope to use it as your little one(s) get older.
  • Cost. Stroller wagons don’t come cheap. If you plan on using your stroller wagon a lot, or if budget isn’t a concern, you may be able to splurge. If not, a less expensive stroller wagon may be a better choice for you.
  • Durability. Do you want a wagon you can take outside and hose down if (when) it gets dirty? Will you be using your stroller wagon for years through multiple children, or just for a year or two? Factor all of these things in when choosing a stroller wagon that’s more or less durable.
  • Accessories. Want to customize your ride? Some stroller wagon brands offer tons of extras like canopies, cup holders, a snack tray, custom sidewalls, extra storage…the list goes on.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can you take a stroller wagon on a plane?

Each airline has its own specific rules around traveling with a stroller, so it’s tricky to find an exact answer to this question.

Through our research and experience, most strollers, including stroller wagons, must fit a specific set of criteria to be checked at the gate before boarding the airplane. American Airlines, for example, specifies that in order to gate-check a stroller, it must fold and be under 20 pounds. Jet Blue, however, doesn’t state specific requirements, only that a stroller does not count toward carry-on or checked bag allowance and may be checked when you arrive at the airport or gate-checked at the jetbridge.

Is it advised to roll up to the gate with a 50-pound four-passenger stroller wagon and expect to slip right on by? Likely not. But if your stroller wagon meets your airline’s requirements (and if you happen upon friendly gate-check agents that day), it may be an option.

We recommend always reaching out to your airline first to discuss their stroller policy before packing your bags.

Are stroller wagons allowed at Disney World?

Disney theme parks and water parks have very specific rules around what types of strollers are allowed and which aren’t—and stroller wagons don’t make the cut. Strollers larger than 31” in width and 52” in length are not permitted, and neither are stroller wagons.

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