Camp Snoopy is a great place for families to hang out, explore, and have fun!
Here you will find many rides that are suitable for all ages! The Peanuts theme is so fun!
Right around the corner from Camp Snoopy, hop on the old time cars and go for a little spin. I let Allison take the wheel so I could just sit and relax for a bit.
If you aren't all that into the rides, that's alright! There are many attractions that are cool to explore!
Dinosaurs Alive is a wonderful exhibit.
Here you will get to explore the world of animatronic dinosaurs. Offering up over 40 different scientifically accurate dinosaurs, you will get a feel for how big these creatures really were.
At some of the stops, there were devices that let the user push a button to control the dinosaur's movements.
The whole exhibit took us about 30 minutes to get through, but could have been prolonged if the kids would have let me stop to read the information boards at each dino. This exhibit is an additional fee, running around $2.50 per person for the entrance, but I think it is totally worth it. Getting up close and personal with life like dinosaurs was an adventure all on its own!
We also took a walk through the Town Hall Museum.
Here we were able to spot some really neat antiques. The kids loved the carousel, but I enjoyed looking at the old barber shop and pharmacy items they had on display! There is no admission fee to browse the museum.
If you are into carnival and arcade games, Cedar Point has plenty!
After walking the park, you do tend to get hungry. There are 37 different dining options, all with fantastic food! Not only do they have their own little fun food stops, like Charlie Brown's Cookout, but you can get national favorites like Auntie Anne's, Panda Express, and world famous Pink's Hot Dogs!
We were treated to a buffet style lunch during our stay, and it was fabulous!
We also made a few pit stops for ice cream throughout our 2 day stay.
There is so much to do, see, and explore at Cedar Point. We stayed for 2 full days, and I think we could have packed more activities in if time permitted. I would like to suggest getting the Fast Lane wristbands if you want to have time to ride all the rides and explore the attractions.
The bands do run around $70 each, but will get you front of the line access on most of the rides, where wait time is 15 minutes or less. We didn't get them on the first day, but did on day 2, and we had so much more fun since we didn't have to wait very long for the rides we wanted to go on.
If you are looking to take the family on an adventure this summer, I highly recommend going to Cedar Point!
Cedar Point is located in Sandusky, OH.
If you would like to learn more about all of the fun rides at Cedar Point, be sure to visit the website, as well as stay up to date on current happenings by following them on Facebook and Twitter.
*Disclosure- I received complimentary passes to the park, lunch, and tickets to Dinosaur's Alive in exchange for my honest review. The thoughts expressed here are strictly my own and have not been influenced by promotional items.