Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom has everything you need for a fun family day. Rides and Water. My kids were so excited to go, they were jumping up and down when I told them our plans.
So, here were some of the highlights from our fantastic time at Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom:
My oldest son is so adventurous and wanted to push the limits so he was thrilled to try out some new roller coasters with his dad. His favorites were the Talon and Hydra. He had such a great time he came off so excited for the next one.
My middle son is very “safe” at amusement parks. He usually stays on rides that are barely moving. This time, he made a deal with his older brother that they would trade a toy at home, if he would ride some more daring rides with him. So, they decided on the Wild Mouse. He was so nervous at first, but came off claiming it was “the best ride ever.”
There are some things that are so classic but, never loose their thrill and that was definitely the bumper cars.
Meanwhile, my toddler was all about Planet Snoopy. There was a large area with tons of rides for kids his age. He would live there if I let him. He loves motorized anything so he spent lots of time on the cars, trains, trucks and buses.
Then we headed over to the waterpark which was nothing short of awesome. My older boys tried out some thrilling water slides, while my toddler and I spent some time at the splash pad and in the wading pool. For my kids to have fun in the summer all they need is access to water so, this was right up their alley and we all had a ball.
One of the best experiences we all equally enjoyed was the new show “Cirque Imagine.” This show was truly spectacular. All of us were cheering and clapping for each member of the show. It was a great way to take a break from the heat and enjoy a yummy treat.
We really enjoyed our time at Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom and would do it again! The attractions are great but, the prices are even better. Also, their season pass pays for itself in just two visits.
This post was sponsored by Blog Meets Brand and Cedar Fair. All thoughts and opinions expressed are my own.