Dinoland Adventures + Red, White & Blue Weekend at Edaville, USA!!

*I am an Edaville blogger. I have received tickets in exchange for this post. As always, all opinions are my own!*

Donoland Gates and Dinos at Edaville

This weekend we headed back in time a few million years to hang out with some pretty awesome dinosaurs!   Ok, ok, maybe that’s not completely true…We did hang out with the dinos, but we only had to travel an hour East to Edaville, USA to do so! Edaville has opened their newest attraction, Dinoland!

Dinoland offers children and adults a chance to travel through the wooded footpath and witness over 20 life-sized dinosaurs moving and roaring in an outdoor environment. It is included in your park admission and is open regular park hours until October.Dinosaurs on the trail at Dinoland Edaville

Avery LOVED IT!  So much so, we walked the trail twice, and she asked to go see the dinosaurs AGAIN!

It was a lot of fun, and the cool, shady forest trail was a nice respite from the heat and humidity outside the Dinoland walls!

We saw all sorts of dinos. From the cute baby herbivores to the ferocious and terrifying T-Rex!

There were guides along the path who shared the story of Dinoland, and some info on the dinosaurs we were seeing.

And the signs along the trail were really funny!

Dinoland Signs at Edaville USA

Avery also met this cute guy, who was wandering around the park! She wasn’t so sure about him at first but after all the other kids left, she warmed up, and did a little dance for him! (She still wouldn’t get close enough to touch him, because as she informed me, “He may bite!” Awesome dino puppet at DInoland Edaville

I had commented that the dino must be really hot, and that I hoped they gave him a lot of water. Hearing that, Avery became quite concerned for the dino’s well-being and kept asking me to “bring some water to the dinosaur!” She’s such a good girl, showing compassion for all beasts!

We spent the rest of our afternoon at Edaville, riding rides, checking out the gift shops, and coloring some dinosaurs! Edaville Dinoland activities

I was so proud of Avery for going on her first solo ride, and LOVING IT!  She rode it at least 5 times! And of course she needed to show daddy how much fun the Elephant ride is! rides at edaville

We had such a great afternoon at Edaville USA and can’t wait to go back! Avery and Daddy at Edaville

Are you looking for something fun to do this weekend?  Edaville USA is starting July off right with a brand new theme weekend: Red, White, and Blue Days.  The park will be decorated in the colors of the 4th, and kids and adults will both enjoy themselves with a variety of foods, classic ­themed activities, and unlimited use of all amusements!

The event is scheduled for July 5 and July 6, from 10AM to 5PM.

Admission for these two days at the park is reduced greatly for the annual Carver Residents Appreciation Days, at only $5 per person. Photo ID is required for discount. All proceeds will be donated by Edaville to the Carver Police Drug Awareness Program.

Also on the 5th & 6th, Edaville will be celebrating our Military members! Admission is free for Military members, including retirees of the military with valid ID. In addition, immediate family members will be just $10!

You can find out more by following Edaville USA on FACEBOOK & TWITTER and online at  www.edaville.com

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About Edaville USA:
Edaville USA is a train-themed family amusement park located in South Carver, Mass. The park features  train rides through picturesque cranberry bogs, vintage amusement rides, indoor and outdoor play spaces and new rides! Edaville USA hosts different events throughout the fall and winter, including Pumpkins Aglow and an annual Christmas Festival of lights.

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