My family and I were given tickets to Cedar Point (and Dinosaurs Alive). All opinions below are my own. #bloggingatCP
A couple weeks ago, my family and I had the opportunity to head to Cedar Point for their blogger’s weekend! I’ve been to Cedar Point a couple of times over the years and can’t wait til Summer every year to head back. Cedar Point is one of those places that we have to make sure we visit sometime during the summer and I’m glad my family has the chance to go.
The plan was to take a friend of mine who had never been to Cedar Point on her first trip however, something came up and we ended up taking my younger brother. It ended up being a good thing since he had never been to Cedar Point (or on a roller coaster) before. Before we get to his first visit, let me tell you what I did with my boys.
This was the first time the boys had the chance to ride everything they could. Their first trip ended in rain and cut the trip short so this time, we made sure they had enough time to ride some rides and enjoy themselves. Hayden (my 7 year old) happens to be tall enough to ride most of the roller coasters but he’s too scared to do that. The first ride: The Turnpike Cars. Hayden was tall enough to ride by himself while Noah was in a car with me. Both of them enjoyed it.
I was most excited about the Camp Snoopy enhancements! My boys got to ride the Wilderness Run (formerly the Jr Gemini) all by themselves. They loved it so much that they rode it twice. Noah also rode Woodstock’s Airmail… twice. Noah is my 3 year old daredevil!
We also took some time and walked through Dinosaurs Alive. Dinosaurs Alive features over 40 life-sized animatronic dinosaurs. The boys loved them. Hayden paid attention to all of the signs (and made sure Noah didn’t get picked up by one of the dinosaurs) but they loved seeing the different types of dinosaurs. It was a huge learning experience for both of them.
Make sure you head to Cedar Point and make your family’s day! This week, they are offering $20 off the one-day Cedar Point gate price AND get a FREE Soak City ticket! (check this link for details). You can also follow the hashtag #bloggingatCP to see what other bloggers are doing at Cedar Point!