12 May 2017

Kings Island Season Passes 2017 On Sale Now

This post is sponsored by Cedar Fair in conjunction with Blog Meets Brand.  As always, all opinions and enthusiasm is my own.

As a family, we work hard.  We homeschool, so we all help each other learn our lessons.  We have a farm with a large garden and some critters that require a lot of work.  But when it's time to play, we play hard too.  Kings Island invited us back to kick off their 2017 season.  With the end of the school year coming up, it was so nice to take a day off just to play.  We went to Kings Island last year, so they were familiar with the park.  I'm pretty sure it's their favorite place to go!


Kings Island Season Passes 2017


Kings Island has a great deal on Season Passes, but it ends on 5/29.  Their season passes include not only unlimited rides and attractions in the park but also WinterFest, Halloween Haunt, and Soak City. Season pass holders can also get in to the park 30 minutes before it opens to the public to ride the new Mystic Timbers.  

As if all of that isn't enough to convince you, season pass holders also get the following benefits:
  • Exclusive events for pass holders
  • Discounted meals and merchandise
  • Exclusive night rides on select dates
  • Dinosaurs Alive!
  • Free parking

Kings Island is the biggest amusement park and waterpark in the midwest.  It's located north of Cincinnati, Ohio.  We drive almost 3 hours each way to get there, but it's so worth it.  

Planet Snoopy


Kings Island is very kid and family friendly.  Just inside the park is Planet Snoopy, which is a section of the park for kids and families.  There are rides just for the little ones, but there are plenty of rides for kids of all ages and sizes.  My kids are 9, 11, and 15, and we spent two hours just at Planet Snoopy.  

My son, Caleb, loves to ride roller coasters.  Dakota wasn't so sure about them, so he rode on a smaller roller coaster in Planet Snoopy.  It was a great transition coaster for her so she could see how she liked it.  PS- She loved it!  Look at those smiles!


Drop Tower


Last year, Caleb really wanted to go on the Drop Tower, but we didn't get to it.  We promised him he could try it this year.  He and his dad went on it while I watched with my other two kids.  He loved it!  He begged to go back on as soon as he got off of it!


Autism Friendly


One thing we love about Kings Island is that they are autism friendly.  They have a disability pass where you get a time to go to your next ride, so you have to wait, but you don't have to wait in line.  Then you go to the exit and get on one the next ride.  This worked out perfect for us because my son can't wait in line.  We made it through the entire day without any meltdowns or incidents!



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Cari Dunn
Cari Dunn

Cari lives on a small farm in Ohio with her husband, three kids, two dogs, two cats, five goats, several chickens, and homing pigeons. She loves Gilmore Girls, coffee, and her kids. Not in that order.