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On our recent road trip, we were lucky to be able to stop and visit Diggerland for the day. This construction themed amusement park was a big hit with my kids. They were able to drive some construction equipment, dig in some dirt, ride some rides and try the climbing wall and ropes course. We spent about four hours there and would have stayed longer in better weather. Definitely set aside an entire day if you want to try everything. If you have a kid who loves diggers and trucks, they’re sure to love Diggerland!
My youngest is three and she just barely made the minimum height, so I’d recommend this as a family destination for ages 3 and up!
There are several area where kids can drive the equipment. Most require 48 inches to drive alone but younger kids can ride (and drive) with the help of an adult.
There is a huge line of diggers where you can move some dirt or try some challenges including catching a duck and knocking down bowling pins.
The older kids enjoyed being “dumped” out of truck!
The ropes course and climbing wall are also included with admission. The playground was a big hit with my youngest while the big kids were doing other things.
We ate lunch in the park. They had a pretty good variety of choices. Service was fast, and they have picnic table to eat at in the center of the park.
After lunch, we checked out the rides including the Spin Dizzy and Sky Shuttle. These are great for older kids and adults!
My youngest said her favorite ride was the Ground Shuttle – she loved all the bumps!
My oldest said his favorite was the Backhoe Adventure. He was able to drive a real piece of equipment with the help of an attendant.
This was such a fun visit for the kids and the adults! We’ll definitely be back next time we’re in the area!