Every year we go to Hersheypark and it is one of the activities that our entire family looks forward to every year. We love to visit the park in late June with several members from our family. When bringing your children to the amusement park, I do have a few tips to share with you today.
2. If you are bringing along very small children you will want to bring a baby stroller or rent one at the park. You will be doing a lot of walking and standing on your feet. The little ones will get tired as the day goes on.
4. Most rides and attractions have a "Measure Up" sign posted in front of them or nearby. These signs will tell you and the kids if they are tall enough and/or old enough to get on a ride. These signs will help you explain to your little one if they are not tall enough (old enough) to get on a particular ride and they also make great photo ops!
6. Write out a small identification card for each child you are bringing that lists their name, your name and your contact information (such as your cell phone number). Explain to each child that you are placing this little card in their pocket. If they should get separated from you and lost...instruct them to give the ID card to a park employee. If you have ID bands that you can place on your child's wrist, that is even better!