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Been to Land of Make Believe & Pirate's Cove? Share your experiences!

However, these changing rooms consists of wooden stalls with only a couple of feet to move around in. They will enjoy it, especially is they are under the age of Older kids may not find the thrill they seek from the rides there. There was also a live performance that involves audience participation. There are lots of carnival type rides, and the lines are not long at all. There is also a hay ride, but we did not have a chance to ride it, land of make believe discount coupons.



I absolutely know for certain now that my kids will love it!!! Thanks to my extremely brilliant friend and mother Sue M. It was really easy to get to. This makes the facility perfect for a day trip with the kids. We did make one mistake. Though I checked their website before going to the park, I did not realize that they only accept cash or Discover card to pay for admission.

I would have brought more cash if I had known that. I really liked the fact that parking was free. I was also surprised to see that they allowed coolers into the park. Basically, they want to give everyone a great experience without charging and arm and a leg for it.

While we saw many people take coolers into the park with them, we opted to leave ours in our car. It was just less to carry around. My husband made one trip back to the car around lunch to replenish drinks and get the sandwiches we brought with us.

It was just nice to be able to bring anything we needed into the park that we needed. The only things not allowed are grills, glass containers, and alcoholic beverages. I was happy to bring healthy snacks that I knew my kids enjoyed as opposed to typical junk food. This is also great for moms whose kids have food allergies. No need to worry about ingredients or how things were prepared.

The park has a number of arcade games and a lot of rides. The rides are geared towards younger kids. My kids loved the carousel, the balloon ride, the canoe ride, the flying dragons, the mini-roller coaster, the frog ride, among many more.

We really enjoyed the train ride to see the entire facility. There is also a hay ride, but we did not have a chance to ride it. Older kids may not find the thrill they seek from the rides there. They loved the rides. There were very few rides that my younger daughter was not able to ride, even with a parent.

There was also a live performance that involves audience participation. Basically, all of the kids are encouraged to dress up in the many costumes they have and participate in the show.

Some of the adults including me got roped into helping out with the show as well. My older daughter actually enjoyed the dress up and pretending, so I was willing to go thru the humiliation for her.

There is a large wading pool with some water slides and a play pirate ship. There were a few larger water slides. There is also a fort with a lot of ways to get wet, including a gallon dumping bucket.

It was a great way to stay cool and relax with the kids. Overall, this was a great day for our family. We were able to give our kids a fun experience without breaking the bank. On the way home, my husband and I were trying to plan when we could go back again. We can definitely see ourselves going there every year for a few years to come. Thanks Ned too, for getting some good shots!



The Land of Make Believe is located in Hope, NJ (Exit 12 off Route 80). It was really easy to get to. It took us just over an hour to get there from where we live in Clark, NJ (Exit off GSP). Jul 29, What is this discount book I read about & where can I get one? We are planning to go to The Land of Make Believe soon and would love a BOGO coupon. denises, Jul 17,

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