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Kayleigh turned a year old last month, and I’ve been so excited to do some fun things with her this summer, like playing in the sand on the beach, visiting the zoo, and swinging at the playground. After being cooped up in the house over the longest winter ever, I have also been craving a family road trip. When I was offered tickets to visit Story Land in New Hampshire, I just couldn’t say no!
When I was a kid, my parents brought me to Story Land nearly every summer, starting when I was 2 years old. I have so many fond memories of walking around and riding the fun rides with my sisters and cousins. It was always a blast.
Photos courtesy of Story Land
I haven’t been to Story Land in many years, and I am really excited to see all of the changes they have made since my last visit, and to also take a stroll down memory lane with some of my favorites, like taking a ride on the Story Land Queen (a swan boat!).
While Kayleigh is only a year old this summer, there are still plenty of things for us to do with her, like driving the Antique Cars and Farm Tractors, taking a spin in Alice’s Tea Cup and the Cuckoo Clockenspiel, riding the Huff, Puff & Whistle Railroad, “Panning for Gemstones” at the new Mining Company, and more! There are plenty of exciting things for older kids to do as well!
I just know Kayleigh is going to fall in love with everything Story Land has to offer, just as I did when I was a child. I think it’s safe to say that this will be the first of many annual trips to Story Land for our family!
Story Land is a fun family amusement park that has been entertaining families for sixty years! Story Land is located in Glen, NH, only six miles north of North Conway (a fantastic place to do some shopping!). It’s about a 3 hour drive for us, but it will be well worth it. This will be our first family road trip!
In addition to their new wooden roller coaster, Roar-O-Saurus, Story Land has added a new line of Organic Selects! They feel that it is important to provide dining options that include wholesome alternatives such as organic chicken tenders, hamburgers, and salads made with premium quality ingredients. The park will also begin offering more nutritious snack items in addition to classic theme park treats. This summer guests will see organic granola bars, yogurt, and apple juice, all made with natural ingredients, offered as sides to kid’s meals and as al a carte items. Just because you’re on vacation, doesn’t mean that you have to eat unhealthy foods! Story Land is also breastfeeding friendly.
Photo courtesy of Story Land
Story Land has offered a $3.00 discount off the $30.99 General Admission price (children under 2 get in FREE!) to Sincerely, Mindy readers. Simply visit http://shout.lt/s1K1 and enter code SLBLOG14 in the promo box in the upper right hand corner.
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Have you ever been to Story Land, or do you plan to visit this summer?