One of the awesome things about being a blogger is that you get invited to really cool events and can be the first to try out new products, services and in this case rides. This past weekend we were invited to opening day at King’s Dominion, and we got to be the first to ride three new rides in Planet Snoopy.
Now before I tell you about the rides, there are a few things you need to know.
- Kings Dominion is our jam. Last year we hit up King’s Dominion about 3 or 4 times, and on one of our visits, they announced that starting this year they would be offering the KD Pre-K pass for kids 3-5. The Pre-K Pass a free season pass that grants admission for the entire 2017 season. But it’s only available through April 30. Read more here about the KD Pre-K Pass
- Warning you will not see any cute fashion shots of me in the post. I was having way too much fun to be cute, and it’s hard to mesh cute and real fun.
- We will definitely be back (we always come back). The season just started, and we already have two more trips planned for this year. So our Season Passes are hot and ready.
Back to our regularly scheduled program:
Since my kids are still itty bitty’s, we spend a great deal of our time in Planet Snoopy. What’s awesome about Planet Snoopy is that there are plenty of rides and games for them to enjoy. Planet Snoopy has the largest children’s area in the market. In addition to Planet Snoopy being toddler paradise, they have expanded the 14-acre kids’ area with three new rides.
New Rides In Planet Snoopy
1. The Kite Eating Tree!
My kids LOVED the Kite Eating Tree.
2. Sally’s Sea Plane
3. Peanuts 500 AKA Every Little Boys Dream
Zion was over the moon on this one!
After they rode all the new rides in Planet Snoopy, we let the kids lead the way.
After breaking all the rules while driving, we stopped by the basketball court to hear some trash talking. Some of the best trash talking I’ve ever heard might I add.
They played a few games and won a few prizes. After we had lunch and way too many sweets we explored the park some more we ate a little more sweets.
This post is sponsored by Cedar Fair in conjunction with Blog Meets Brand.