We had plans on Thursday to ride the train with Nana, but she decided it would be too much for her after her long vacation to take 6 grandchildren on a train. No worries! I had another suggestion: Adventure City! I did not know that Adventure City existed until last year, but when I researched it, I was completely excited. It is a small theme park geared toward little kids under 48 inches. It has 10 rides, a petting zoo, a Thomas the Tank Engine area, and a rock climbing wall. Best of all, it is only $13.95 per person and free parking. When I suggested it to Nana, she agreed it would be a great place to go.
We met Nana at Adventure City in the morning and played all day. It was busy in the morning because of all the day camp kids, but when they left, it was like having Disneyland all to ourselves! I think Brandon, Nate, Gracie and Luke rode the Rescue Cars about 6 or 7 times. Every time I put their seat belts on I would remind them not to drive crazy. They loved that and would pretend to spin the steering wheel really fast. They rode in a different rescue vehicle each time. Brandon loved the fire engine the most.
We flew on the air planes, rode the train around the park, rode the hand crank trains, and ran around in the "rain room." We rode in air balloons (that scared Gracie to death). Sadly, we discovered that Gracie and Lukie could not ride the roller coaster until they are 3 years old.
We took a few breaks, taking advantage of super reasonable food prices. Everyone's favorite food was popcorn, but we also had Dino Chicken Nuggets, salads, and ICEEs.
|Nathan ran from ride to ride chatting up a storm with me.|
|Lukie hid his ICEE from everyone so that they would not try to drink it.|
|Can you see the Blue Raspberry?|
|Bianca asked if we could buy more popcorn.|
|Gracie looked ready to take a nap after lunch.|