Windsor Hills is the most popular resort to visit with very small children or babies. The large lagoon pool with staggered (or zero) entry, secure nature and optimal property selection make it ideally suited to cater for young family members. Villas and townhomes are the property types of choice but not all provide the necessary equipment as standard. You'll need a highchair for feeding times; a stroller (or push chair) to get your little one around the resort with ease; a crib (or cot) for naps and overnight sleep. Not all properties provide this equipment so finding a villa with all three is helpful. The expense and potential for damage means that many properties provide the highchair and crib but not the stroller. Strollers can be hired locally and a number of stroller rental companies will bring you the stroller and pick it up when you leave. Alternatively it can also be better value simply to purchase a stroller from one of the large hypermarket stores near Windsor Hills such as Target or Wallmart. A cheap umbrella stroller can be bought for as little as $25 but does not recline and a kid would have difficulty napping in it. Increase your budget to $40 and you can purchase a reclining stroller. We would not recommend park rental strollers. Disney strollers are hard, uncomfortable and again not suitable for napping.