I took my kids to Adventure City. We have been going every year since we first discovered it. Well we have been to many amusement parks and this was perfect for my two kids. Usually I have to tell my son "Sorry you can't ride this ride, need to wait another year..." but here it was all YES! Here your child will build their confidence in riding more adventurous rides. My oldest had his first roller coaster experience here!
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First ride he did was Barnstormer Planes which the requirement is 42" unless with an adult. My toddler and I rode in the front and my son rode in the back. The kids control going up and down.
The kids all rode the Balloon Racers together which is at least 2 years of age and 48" unless with an adult. My son was so upset with me after he rode this! I did warn him!
We then got on Rescue 911 ride with no requirements! This was a very cute and shady ride.
After a couple of rides we went out to eat lunch. There are lots of tables, shady trees, lockers, and bathrooms outside for your group. The parking is right there so perfect for you to bring a cooler and leave it at the car to enjoy the park.
Before we left the park we had the kids cool off in the Rain Room. This is a room that is filled with misters. Make sure your kids don't run as it is slippery.
We then headed to the Petting Zoo where you can brush, feed, and pet the animals. Feeding is extra cost. They have a hand washing station for afterwards.
One of the great things about this place is all the shady areas and chairs/benches that are provided for parents to sit and watch their little ones bounce from ride to ride.
Make sure you check the schedule for the Children's Theatre! You don't want to miss. It was very cute and funny. My son who usually doesn't participate was clapping and singing along. The energy was great from the performers.
At the end of the day my son had enjoyed himself and wanted to do the rock climbing. I was so proud to see him climb up there (with help). The smile on his face from the accomplishment was priceless!