Rides- there are rides the 2's and 3's can do alone and tons of rides they can do with their parents. There is also a great selection of rides for kids up to about 10 or 12 years old I would say. There is a waterpark as well, but P was coming off a fever, so we did not venture over there.
Food- crappy and expensive
Location- it's super easy to get to and there are a ton of hotels around it. I've heard there is a kids hands-on museum a few miles away from the park and a train museum close by that is pretty cool. We only went to the park though.
Overall- we had a great time. The park was not so big that we felt overwhelmed and we were able to do all the P appropriate rides. Most of the park is shaded, which is great. Save for the collective toddler 2p.m. meltdown performed simultaneously by the hundreds of kiddos at the park, it was a fun family trip and we will be going back for sure.
On the trip P discovered a love for Strawberry Pop Tarts, fell off a bench and hit his chin-typical, thoroughly enjoyed the log flume(!), slept without incident on the air mattress- guess he is more ready for a big boy bed than I thought. (He is currently still in his crib. Santa is bringing him a big boy bed- stay tuned...)
Thanks to Anne and Uncle Herpman (Herman) for hosting this super fun weekend!
Mom. Dad. Just pull the wagon and please stop talking to me directly.
Anne and Uncle Herpman