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Hersheypark

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100 West Hersheypark Drive, Hershey, PA 17033-2738
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Elise B wrote a review Nov 2
62 contributions24 helpful votes
We decided to visit Hershey Park instead of figuring out Halloween this year. We chose to stay at the Hershey Lodge for some of the perks. You get an extra hour of preview time the night before, free parking, and free tickets to the museum and gardens. The staff were all extremely kind and helpful. We checked in and went right to our room. The lodge is huge and very spaced out, we got lost more than once. By the looks of it, there was a large variety in the quality of rooms. We stayed in a bigger room for 6. It was clean, but a little dated. The sofa bed was actually pretty comfortable. The park itself was clean and well run. We felt comfortable. Most of the rides were open and the waits weren’t bad at all. We also enjoyed Chocolate World, the trolley tour, and make your own chocolate. They were very fun extras, but if you decide you want to do more than one extra activity, definitely buy a bundle.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Rachel S wrote a review Nov 2
Annapolis, Maryland313 contributions92 helpful votes
Hersheypark is a lovely park just to wander around. We visited on Halloween, which was crowded. We avoided the crowds as much as possible and chose not to wait in lines for the big roller coasters. We enjoyed the rides we did go on including the monorail and Skyview. We enjoyed playing games too. The park was decorated for Halloween and included a special trick or treating area for kids. The food was also good! They recently added a Starbucks and Chick Fil A.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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ktowey34 wrote a review Nov 1
Ashland, Pennsylvania2 contributions1 helpful vote
Went to the park 10/31/2020 with my family of 5 with kids ages 4, 7 and 9. First off the new entrance scanning system was super efficient at moving troves of people quickly. Now to all those complaining about the park being crowded at the claimed 50% capacity must understand that this isn't 50% of usual summer Saturduay crowd but rather 50% of the parks legally certified capacity. The park had tons of mask enforcers and most guests were mask compliant. They had social distancing marks and signage all over in clear view. It is unreasonable to think park staff could ever enforce everyone to stay 6ft apart, its just not feasible. This is where individuals must be accountable for ones own actions. The same goes for disinfecting rides and railings, it just isn't possible to offer any significant benefits and would only lengthen wait times. It is very easy to be responsible humans and hand sanitize before and after every ride. Every sanitizing station we came across were at least half full and fully functioning but we also used our own when none were near which wasn't often as they were plentiful. The buildings in Zoo America were closed making navigation a little different than usual. Now onto the lines/waits... Most popular coaster lines were about an hour wait which was mostly due to social distancing guidelines spacing riders apart. Sidewinder was the shortest line of all the coasters. Most kids rides were 10 minutes or less. With all that said, we never felt unsafe, and the kids had fun. We stayed the entire day open to close , 2-9pm. If you decide to go into a crowded area during these Covid times you are willingly taking a risk and should be as compliant and responsible for everyone's sake. My only gripe visiting was the $20 parking fee. Pretty steep and seems unreasonable when you are paying so much alone for tickets. It blows my mind that Knoebles can stay in business with free parking, entrance and allowing unlimited outside food and drink.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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mawsmom wrote a review Oct 2020
21 contributions4 helpful votes
Great park! Awesome coasters! But there is no way they were at 50% capacity! Lines were insane. We were there for 6 hours and went on 5 rides! Not worth the $$. No social distancing on the lines. People packed in the line ques. No one enforcing the use of hand sanitizer and most were empty or broken.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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jpk05 wrote a review Oct 2020
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania107 contributions42 helpful votes
The park has lots of good rollercoasters, but the lines were ridiculously long today. Ended up splurging for the fast track pass which cost 2.5x the price of the ticket. Not sure if it was worth it, but we probably would have only gotten on 3 rides the entire day if we didn't get it. 2+ hour wait times were the norm for all thrill rides today. I would love to get to visit on a less crowded day.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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