Living our muddy puddle dreams in Winter Haven, Fl.
Spring break has come and gone, and boy did we have some adventures. I decided to end our week on a high note by visiting someplace new and that was Peppa Pig World in Florida. The kids were so excited from the moment we pulled into the parking lot.
From the moment you walk in you are immersed in the world of Peppa Pig everything from their signature home to the ducks at the pond.
The first ride of the day was of course the roller coaster cars driven by daddy pig and lucky us we got to sit in the front row. The best part? to get to the roller coaster you have to walk through Peppa’s house.
After a quick bathroom break and grabbing some refreshments, we headed back out to explore the rest of the park. We rode the hot air balloon, played ring toss, and took a turn on grandpa dog’s tugboat to name a few. But the most run was had at the splash pad making our own muddy puddles.
Since this is a newer theme park I figured I would leave you with the tips everyone wants to know.
- Get there early. seems simple but really the longest line you will wait in will be for parking or food.
- There is only one food court. It’s very cute and themed but small. If you travel with a bigger group let someone wait in line to order and keep the kids entertained on the rides. But knowing this already the staff will let you know they have food trucks just outside the entrance as well to enjoy.
- Bring swim/spare clothes because the kids will get wet. The splash pad has multiple slides and sprayers; as well as located directly across from the food court and tricycle race.
- Shirt and shorts are required for the rides. If you want to take a break from the water and ride another ride make sure you grab your littles clothes so they don’t miss the attraction.
- Wait times are relatively short. While the park only has 6 rides there are many other things for the kids to do like visit granny pig’s garden, madam gazelle’s nature trail, the playground, and more. You can even catch your favorite episode of Peppa Pig in the cinema while you cool down.
Most important as always is to have fun.
This park is best for kids ranging from infants to I would say eight or nine years old. But as a big kid myself the water park and roller coaster were my favorite parts. You can tell a lot of attention was paid to making this park not only fun but inclusive with sensory guide signs in the park and online to explore before your visit.
Don’t forget to grab a mud pie dessert to end a perfect day with Peppa and friends.
I hope this review helps, come back and let me know how your visit went.