Yes, these are wagons too. It’s babies first wagon; built with safety in mind and perfect for helping infants learn to stand and walk. Once they’ve mastered walking, they can learn how to load their wagon and carry their favorite toys with them, wherever their journey takes them.

Pros

  • Great toy to help get them off their rears quicker
  • Many of them convert into toy boxes or play mobiles

Cons

  • The limited timespan of use
  • Cost on some of the nicer ones

What to look for in a Walker Wagon

Obviously, safety is key and the major brand names have this nailed down already but check ratings and details.

The Bottom Line

Keep in mind that the kids will grow out of these quite quickly. We love the Radio Flyer, Hape and Haba walker wagons but it’s getting a bit pricey on some of these for 6-9 months of use.