A Rundown of CT’s Favorite Adventure Parks and How Much They’ll Set You Back
Now that summer is here and the kids are out of school, you're going to need to find some fun stuff to do to keep everyone occupied. So here's a rundown of how much it's going to cost you to take the kids to one of the local adventure parks.
First off let's start with Quassy Amusement and Water Park in Middlebury, Connecticut:
Quassy is the perfect place for the entire family. In 2018, Quassy celebrated its 110th Anniversary and is one of the oldest theme parks in the country.
Prices for a ride all day pass, which includes Splash Away Bay Waterpark is $29.99 for Adults, Children, Military, and Seniors (55+) are $25.99. Parking passes are $7.00 per car.
Here's a review of what you'll find at Quassy:
Our second theme park is Lake Compounce and Crocodile Cove in Bristol, Connecticut:
Lake Compounce has quite a history and is the oldest, continuously operating amusement park in North America, dating back more than 170 years.
It offers Boulder Dash, which has been voted the world’s No. 1 wooden roller coaster, as well as Connecticut’s largest water park.
Prices for all day ride passes are $46.99 for Adults, $36.99 for Juniors, $36.99 for Military, and $25.99 for Seniors. Parking passes are $11.00 per car.
Here's a review of what you'll find at Lake Compounce:
Finally our third Theme Park is Six Flags New England in Agawam, Massachusetts:
Billed as the thrill capital of New England, Six Flags is a little more of a hike if you're in Connecticut, Putnam or Dutchess County. Six Flags New England has over 100 rides, shows, attractions and is home to New England’s largest water park, Hurricane Harbor.
Prices for ride all day passes are $71.99 for Adults, $61.99 for kids, and parking passes are $25.00 per car.
Here's a review of what you'll find at Six Flags New England:
So there are your local theme park choices for the summer. Better start saving now, because just to take a family of four will set you back anywhere from a little over $100 per family to close to $300, depending on your park choice.
Remember that there are often plenty of discount coupons available and special deals for season passes and memberships. You just may have to do a little on line searching.