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Tuesday, June 1, 2010

dinotown is closing forever!


If you've never been, never taken your kids.  This year will be your last year sadly as Dinotown, North America's only cartoon Dinosaur town will be closing its doors.

Located in Bridal Falls, a small community near Chilliwack BC.  Dinotown has been around since I was a kid.  It's a fun place to take the kids on a sunny summer afternoon and offers a variety of activities for the kids to enjoy such as : paddle boats, dino dig for treasure, train ride, dino parade and stage for musical performances, joyful celebration inflatables for some bounce fun, peddle cars, adventure playground, canoe on the lake and much more...

I'm sad they are closing.  We will most definitely be taking PB (Pickleboy) this year as he's never been and loves Dinosaurs!  I took Gamer when he was PB's age (four) and he loved the canoe ride with Nana and Papa and the train.

ADMISSION: Pay one price and play all day.  If you plan on going DISCOUNT AND COUPONS - GET YOURS HERE.  Visit their website for more details and location on how to get there.


FUN ALL DAY!

 Admission

Kids (2 years & under)   Free
Regular (ages 3-64) $16.00
Seniors (65 years & older)
 $12.50
Season Pass (FUN ALL SUMMER) $40.00
Groups *Must be booked 24 hours in advance
Groups of 10-19 $12.50
Groups of 20+  $9.50


HOUR OF OPERATION: RED = 10AM TO 5PM   BLUE = 10AM TO 7PM















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3 comments:

Miz Dinah on June 1, 2010 at 11:44 PM said...

Drove by it on the long weekend and saw the sign "closing forever". What a fun place for the kiddies. I wonder why they are closing...

JP Shaw on June 2, 2010 at 12:28 PM said...

The park has been in operation since 1975 by three generations of the Ells family. They finally sold the 18 acres my guess to a developer and with money being tight it must have been a good decision financially for the family. The park has hosted 2.5 million visitors over the years and given employment to over 2000 youth. I'm sad to see it go.

Miz Dinah on June 2, 2010 at 9:38 PM said...

Wow, that's pretty old. Oh wait...I was born in 76...damn...

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