This study aimed to document spatial acuity in 2-to-3-yr-old children with unilateral or bilateral cochlear implants (CIs). Children completed a right–left discrimination task in the horizontal plane when source angles were varied adaptively as well as when source angles were fixed at ±50°. Performance was quantified with minimum audible angle or the number of SDs above-chance performance, respectively. Although there was large individual variability in performance, results reveal that spatial acuity is emerging in a subset of children who use bilateral CIs. These children also performed significantly better when using both devices than when using a single device.