I am from Wisconsin, but live out of the area now. EVERY time I return home, I take my 5 year old to Litte Amerrika! It is the highlight of his trip. The day passes have gone up quite a bit in price, but still worth it, considering went to the Stoughton fair the weekend before, and spent $60.00 the first hour. The train ride is amazing, and the new roller coaster is not as bumpy as the previous. My son thinks he's a big kid cause he can go on all the rides! What a deal for the day. Bring sandwiches and drinks to take a break on the pick-nick tables throughout the park if you'd like to save a few dollars.
This is a wonderful place to take your grandchildren. (My grandson is getting a season pass for Christmas - he will be thrilled.) It is large enough to have plenty for them to do, but not so large that you have trouble keeping track of them. You can sit on a bench in the shade (do wish they had more of them, though) and have a good view of the rides. You don't have to do a lot of running with them. Another advantage - there is no entrance fee. If you don't ride, you don't have to pay. Keeps the cost down for those of us on fixed incomes. You don't have to pay to sit on a bench in the shade. :-) My recommendation - go early. There aren't long lines at rides, but there are at the ticket counters.
Dont know about the last review it was only 13.00 for the rides all day, I didnt go on any so for my child 13.00 all day is very CHEAP!!! We did eat there and I didnt mind spending 5.00 for a hamburger since the rides were lower price, would highly go there again.
We have five children and we took the three older ones (7, 5, & 3 years old). They loved it. For $13 for the whole day and ride all you like and even the bumper boats my husband loved. I will ride them this year also. Last year I was pregnant so I couldn't ride anything but the train ride. Overall it was very nice and wonderful for the little kids.
Nice areas for older and younger kids (one and two), but plan to spend a lot of money. You really need to stay about 4 hours to get your money's worth. The train ride is a MUST! It is long and you get close up to some exotic animals. The roller coasters are very bumby. And bring your own food/drinks because that is expensive too! Not a bad "once a summer" experience though.
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