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Hersheypark is THE premier historic family amusement and water park with something for everyone. Genuine hospitality, thrilling rides and attractions, water fun and live entertainment are all part of the authentic Hershey experience. Generations...more
Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
100 West Hersheypark Drive, Hershey, PA 17033-2738
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Very fun time, clean park, long waits, games have great prizes, saw many giant stuffed animals being lugged around, my crew managed to win this one, it was a crowded 4hr ride home! Biggest disappointment was the refill drink deal. You buy cup for $15...More
Hersheypark has something for everyone, from the free tour at Chocolate World, to the rides, and the zoo and water park, which are all included in your ticket. The best deal is to take advantage of the preview night, also included in your ticket, in...More
We took our grandkids for the day. There are rides for every level and our kids enjoyed their time here. Rides and lots of water rides, as well. This is our fourth summer trip.
One thing to look out for is the thunder storms likely...More
Hersheypark is so much fun. We went on a day that it was a chance of rain and in fact it did rain while we were in the water park. This was perfect because the crowds were so small so we got to go on...More
We’ve visited so many amusement parks, but Hersheypark is truly an emotional and adrenaline favorite! The fee is low with online offers, the lines were short and the staff was so enthusiastic about being there. Thrill rides will please the teenagers, and the water park...More
This park is full of carnival rides and games. They're everywhere! Beyond the piles of mini-rides and money trap games there are roller coasters - most of which aren't awesome if you're really into rides. If you're used to Disney or Cedar Point then you're...More
The weather was muggy with on and off rain but bearable.
Parking was $30.00 for all day and the price of admission at around $60.00 per person. After a quick security check of bags (the new normal) we strolled past a few shops adorned with...More
My family and I come here a few times a summer. I just rode the Fahrenheit roller coaster with my Husband and 2 sons, ages 11 and 16. Ty, who was at Operator was extremely rude and condescending to everyone who was waiting in line....More
This zoo is a gem!!! We enjoyed it so much. There is every kind of animal and lots of birds you do not see every day. We especially liked the roadrunners. When we were there all of the animals were out and easy to see.Eagles,...More
Response from vgarrison85 | Reviewed this property |
Yes. They didn’t monitor that. We saw people with wagons and coolers. People having picnics in the open. We chatted with one of the ride attendants who shared she and her family come often to enjoy a day together as a family... More
Yes. They didn’t monitor that. We saw people with wagons and coolers. People having picnics in the open. We chatted with one of the ride attendants who shared she and her family come often to enjoy a day together as a family and they ALWAYS pack food. Our family opted to do the drink pass and I’m glad we did. BUT - you don’t have to get one for everyone- you could get one or two cups (depending on family size) and fill up, rinse out, and drink as much as necessary. We left the park and ate in the car and went back in- but several people were seen to have food with them. Hope this helps!!
Response from allsetvacations | Reviewed this property |
here's a few things to think about. As far as dorney goes, you can definitely do it in a day depending on how crowded it is but here's something you might want to consider with dorney. There aren't that many rides and you... More
here's a few things to think about. As far as dorney goes, you can definitely do it in a day depending on how crowded it is but here's something you might want to consider with dorney. There aren't that many rides and you can definitely get through it in one day but you may want to go to the regular Park first and the waterpark second. Most people do it in reverse. The water park gets very crowded during the first part of the day and then right around to everyone transitions and goes to the regular Park so the same crowds buildup on both sides. But if you reverse it it's actually quite an opposite experience. You can go to the regular Park early and get all the rides done and then take your family over to the water park as everyone else is leaving you'll have less lines for yourself.
Hershey is definitely doable in one day but you may want to take to for it because there's great restaurants all around the park and the town itself. plus her she is definitely bigger and has more rides so you may want to go back to days just to make sure you get everything. You can do it in one day and we have done that before but you may want to do two days because their water park is also bigger than dorney.
of course all of this depends on how crowded the parks are to begin with but if I were you I would do two days in Hershey and one day in dorney