Motherhood Stuffs: Family off to Darien Lake [Theme] Park #Review

Thursday, June 30, 2016

Family off to Darien Lake [Theme] Park #Review

It was June 25, 2016 – Saturday when the family picked the date to visit and enjoy the fun at Darien Lake Park. Because it will be a two hours drive to the park, we woke up early and headed to the road in order to get there by the time it will be open in public. The day we picked was the time that they are open from 10:30a-10:00p.

We arrived at destination around 11am just about the exact time when the Splash Town is also open. I have seen so many rides from the main entrance and I can’t wait to try their new rides for this year at the same time.  They have the Rip Curl Racer water slide that is new for 2016, something that we all are thrilled to experience.

We have a quick and smooth entrance, police were polite to inspect our bags and since mostly everybody in the park are now inside, there were not that much in line. Also, they have a spacious parking lot, we never have troubles finding a closer spot.

The map they have inside is very helpful too. It’s where you can actually find all the rides,  whether if its for the toddlers or for those who desire a more daring and exciting ride.

There are so many different kinds of roller coasters and other rides that need an extra fee to ride on.

Husband and my nephew were more interested in riding all the roller coaster rides. For me and my little ones I am content on riding with them on the kiddie rides.

They also have another new for 2016 fun called Ignite the Night Colorblast, more fun because things are all glowing. Colorful indeed and the fun to see on my son’s face is memorable.

I like the Beaver Brothers Bay as my toddlers enjoys all the fun rides. Though each ride is short, it is fascinating that they have the rides together at one place. Kids seem to enjoy all the different rides they have.

For the adults ride, there are plenty to choose from. The whole day activity is not enough to trip all the rides they provided. The help of the map to locate the individual rides is much faster and better.

There are also games that you can play if you decided to be mellow. Plenty of games to choose from. More benches and shades to hang out when you are waiting for someone.

There are also vendors and booths for food. The only thing that I have noticed is that it’s too way expected. So if you go there with a budgeted money that won’t work out. But you can always bring your own food, however you’ll have to leave it in your car.
It’s nice to see that each ride, whether if its for an adult or not they always have their safety notices and each attendants are very nice and friendly.

Their rides are well maintained and also they have their new rides added this year in which I haven’t tried because we run out of time.

The whole day event is just not enough to enjoy all the rides, as long as you aim for a certain rides and don’t forget to visit the Splash Town as they are only open 11a-7p.


This is NOT a sponsored post, I did not receive any financial amount. I received  a free ticket to the themed park for free in exchange of my honesty review. The outlook I expressed is 100% exclusively mine.

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