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7 Best Wagon Strollers That Will Have Your Kids Riding in Style

The ultimate in convenience and comfort.

parent adjusting cup holder in evenflo wagon stroller

If you’ve ever tried to push your kids across a beach or a ball field in a traditional stroller, you know how big of a pain it is. Add in a few bags of stuff, and it quickly becomes an impossible task. Enter the wagon stroller. It’s a fairly new concept that’s been gaining traction for the past year or two, and thankfully, they’ve only gotten better since their first inception. There are now a decent amount of wagon strollers on the market, but it’s important to know what features you should be looking for before you invest in one.

Stroller wagons (or wagon strollers, whichever you prefer) are a genius portmanteau of wagon and stroller. They offer comfy seating with belts and cushioning, as well as plenty of room to store your things. The great thing is that not only are they all double (or more) strollers — they're also equipped with the ability to glide over rough terrain without any problem, thanks to the fact that they can be either pushed or pulled. You'll find that it's easier to pull the wagon stroller over beach sand or up hills than it is to try and push a traditional stroller. Some wagon strollers even have footwells, adding an additional layer of comfort.

What to Consider

With wagon strollers, there's a pretty wide variety of choices available, and at a ton of price points. The main differences will be between seat styles, canopy styles, wheels, handles, load limits, and how much it costs. Stroller wagons with all the bells and whistles are not cheap, typically running upwards of $400. They’re perfect for vacations, parks, camping, and activities where you'll be hobbling over multiple types of terrains. They're also especially great for boardwalk strolling. So while their steep price tags might freak you out, we assure you they're worth it if your family is one for adventure.

The higher-end stroller wagons generally have rubber wheels and more durable fabrics. They typically have extra storage space, tons of cup holders, and sometimes they have a bar across the center for your kids to stash their cups and snacks. Their canopies are UPF-rated, which indicates how much UV radiation transmits through a piece of fabric, and they're usually fairly easy to open. Many of them even have car seat adapters, so you can put your baby on one side and your toddler on the other, making them ideal for growing families.

Less expensive stroller wagons might still have many of these features, but the materials won't be as plush, and they generally don't have the same durability or amount of storage.

Best Wagon Strollers

The strollers on this list were selected because they represent a range of prices and styles, are all highly rated, durable in relation to their cost, and very convenient. I have personally tried several wagon strollers on this list, and I can honestly say that they're a game-changing innovation that's genuinely worth the investment.

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    Best Overall
    Evenflo Pivot Xplore All-Terrain Stroller Wagon
    Evenflo amazon.com

    • Maximum load 110 pounds, 55 pounds per seat

    This is, hands-down, my favorite stroller wagon. It has an adjustable, extendable handle for pushing or pulling and has a sunken footbed for extra legroom — meaning no scrunched legs for your little one.

    This wagon shines with the available car seat adapter and available additional toddler seat that frees up space below. It's made with durable, cleanable mesh that sand and dirt just fall through. (A hose and gentle soap are your friends with this one.)

    It folds like a dream. It has multiple cup holders with a snack bar across the center for convenience. It has a reversible cargo compartment that can be used on the outside or inside of the stroller, dual UPF-rated canopies, and rugged rubber wheels. Simply put, this might just replace your regular double stroller. 

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      • Extra legroom
      • Additional seats available
      • Easy to fold

      • Heavy
      Best shades
      Jeep Deluxe Wrangler Stroller Wagon
      Jeep amazon.com

      • Maximum load 110 pounds, 55 pounds per seat

      You'll be able to trek through the heat or the cold thanks to this wagon stroller's fun additions. It's a wagon in the truest sense of the word, with a deep cavity that stores both stuff and children and dual handles for pushing or pulling. While it doesn't have the leg well like the Evenflo, it's roomy enough for a comfortable ride. 

      The outside of the wagon has a wonderful cooler that does a solid job of keeping your food warm or cold, which is great for parents who are pumping or have bottles in tow. The addition of a car seat adapter makes this a fab choice for parents of toddlers and newborns alike.

      Last but not least, this stroller wagon's unique roll-down shade feature is perfect for keeping cool on hot days, thanks to its UPF-rated shades. 

        • Great cargo space
        • Remarkable sun protection

        • Harder to collapse
        Best Budget Option
        Radio Flyer Convertible Stroller Wagon
        Radio Flyer amazon.co

        • Maximum load 120 pounds, 60 pounds per child

        We all remember our first Radio Flyer wagon, right? This stroller wagon from the iconic brand might just change the way we think about how we use their wagons. Designed for two toddlers, this wagon has two comfortable seats with over-the-shoulder harnesses, a large canopy, a pull arm and a pushing handle, solid wheels, and plenty of potential cargo space.

        It's the epitome of an affordable stroller wagon, priced at almost half of the cost of its competitors, making it an incredibly budget-friendly option. As one Amazon reviewer put it, “If you have a small budget, a smaller child, or a smaller trunk, this is definitely the stroller wagon you need.” Another reviewer deemed this stroller wagon “a dream,” and between its price and trusted brand, we’d have to agree.

          • Affordable
          • Easy to collapse

          • Not a lot of bells and whistles
          Best Canopy
          Keenz Stroller Wagon
          Keenz amazon.com

          • Maximum load 110 pounds, 55 pounds per child

          If you want a stroller wagon that's easy to collapse, has ample space to carry a ton of stuff and has an oversized cargo pouch, this is the stroller wagon you want. 

          The Keenz wagon is as rugged as they come, but it comes at a steep price. It has two handles for pushing or pulling that are adjustable in 10 different ways, two seats with five-point harnesses, super-durable rubber wheels, and a one-step brake, and the whole thing folds like an accordion. It comes with a cup holder, a cooler bag, a canopy storage bag, and a storage cover. 

          My favorite part of this stroller is the dual-cover canopy. It can be your standard cover or a mesh canopy that lets in light and air with ease, and who doesn't love options?

            • Easy to collapse
            • Travel bag included
            • Great dual-cover canopy

            • Expensive
            Best for Buggy Areas
            Baby Trend Expedition 2-in-1 Stroller Wagon
            Baby Trend amazon.com

            • Maximum load 110 pounds, 55 pounds per child

            Your tuckered-out tots will have a comfy place to lie down with this wagon stroller from Baby Trend. That's because it features a fold-flat bottom that allows space for littles to lie down or for additional storage space. 

            The hideaway handle is a fun accessory that allows this stroller to easily translate from stroller to wagon. Both seats have a three-point harness, and there's an available universal car seat adapter. And bugs can buzz off because this stroller wagon has a canopy with a mosquito netting enclosure. 

            As for convenience, there's a flippable, reversible storage compartment, snack bar across the center with two cupholders, and two additional cup holders on the outside. 

              • Great handle
              • Great storage
              • Tons of cupholders

              • Hard to collapse
              • Heavy
              Best Seats
              Larktale Caravan Stroller Wagon
              baby jogger albeebaby.com

              • Maximum load 100 pounds, 50 pounds per child

              I never thought I would consider a wagon luxurious, but here we are. The Larktale, like the Evenflo, has a deep footwell providing maximum legroom for your little ones. And this stroller wagon has the added luxury of reclining seats, making it easy for parents to let their kids zonk out for a while. 

              I also love that the canopies are two separate canopies, both UPF-rated, but if one kid wants theirs up and the other doesn't, you have that option. And that footwell? Yeah, it zips open, allowing all that dirt and yuck to fall to the ground. 

              It has great zippered pockets for storage, multiple cup holders, a cargo storage bag, and a push-pull handle. 

              • Easy to collapse
              • Great seats
              • Zippered bottom

              • No mesh for dirt on top
              • Heavy
              Best for Growing Families
              Wonderfold Wagon X4 Push and Pull Quad Stroller Wagon
              WonderFold Wagon buybuybaby.com

              • Maximum load 175 pounds, 44 pounds for four children

              So, you have more than two kids? Don't worry, we've got you. This beast of a stroller wagon is designed to carry up to four young ones with ease. Yes, it's bulky, and yes, that means it is a bit harder to maneuver. But it also holds up to 175 pounds, which is pretty impressive compared to its rivals.

              It has five-point harnesses for every child, and the seat cushions are removable, as is the canopy. Its storage bag is super useful, plus it's easy to assemble and easy to collapse, easy to set the brake, and has both a pull arm and adjustable push handle. All in all, it's a great wagon that your children can grow with, making it an ideal choice for families expanding their brood.

              • Easy to collapse
              • Great for big families

              • Bulky
              • Not many accessories
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