For "taydrew": 5-7 year olds in the parks:


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Aug 29, 1999
We took our 5 and 10 year old children Nov/99 and they had a ball. We spend HOURS in Woody Woodpeckers playzone, also Hanna Baberra ride,Jaws, (Universal). At IOA : Seuss Landing, everything! In Lost Continent they enjoyed the "Eighth Voyage of Sinbad Show". Some loud noises but lots of corny jokes; and the "Mystic Fountain" is a pretty fun thing to see.Jurassic Park:Discovery Center, Triceratops encounter, and especially Camp Jurassic (a great play area with "caves", bridges,) and Unicorn coaster (wasn't open when we went, has no huge hills or inversions). Also new is "Storm Force" in Marvel area, it's a teacup type ride. In Toon Lagoon, my kids were either too small for the water rides or too scared but it was still a fun place to explore. VERY bright colors and many interesting photo ops!

Also, a great place for lunch is at Confisco's restaurant, (IOA). They have a character lunch, 12-2 (?). You don't pay an extra fee, just order off the regular menu. Great food, characters and prices.

At both parks don't forget the street shows. There are some especially kid oriented ones in Seuss Landing.

Have fun and let us know how it goes!

[This message was edited by nhrenee on 02-11-01 at 11:03 AM.]
I agree with everything Renee said. Just wanted to make sure when you enter Woody Woodpecker's Kidzone that you do not miss Curious George goes to town! It was really incredible the kids didnt want to leave and neither did we. Make sure to go all the way to the back by the ball factory..this was a highlight! :D

Thank you both for your comments! We feel much better about taking the boys now that we read your comments!


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