On the first day that we went to Hershey Park, the kids were anxious because they aren't sure if their height will allow them to go on rides that they want. Luckily, they are a bit taller that they basically qualify for most of it.
Whenever we go to an amusement park, I don't go on rides. MY role is to watch the things that we havea nd take photos. Speed and height is not my jam lol.
It's funny that every time I asked them to pose for me, they complain . For them, the most important thing is to get to the rides which I completely understand but I always tell them that it is also important that we capture the moments so that we can look back to it afterwards and see how fun we have had.
And the moment of truth, measuring the height. They still miss some of the rides but it's okay. There is always a next time for that.
I agree to do this one because it doesn't really require too much speed and it's on the ground. I did however had a bruise after because someone impacted the one we are riding so hard that I hit my head on something. Other than that, it was fun.
The first day was a lot of fun. The kids did not want to leave afterwards. ut you know how it goes for us, we ran out of gas from all the walking and stuff.