Then we moved onto something a little more advanced:) My kiddo went on her first roller coaster!
They were not super busy that day, so they sent us around THREE times before stopping the ride! We had very little wait time for any of the rides. A much better option for us than Great America, especially with the little ones.
Little Amerricka's pricing allows for lots of customization. Another perk of this amusement park, there is no general admission, so if anyone wants to go along to watch without riding, they don't need to pay to get in. They have pay-per-ride tickets as well as wristbands. Different color wristbands allow you to do different activities throughout the park. Our whole group had gold wristbands, and we really didn't have time to take full advantage of them. I would strongly recommend looking at the ride list for each wristband and choosing based on what each person is able/wants to do. A better option for many might be to purchase one of the lower level wristbands and then buy tickets to do an extra activity or two. The park is generally only open for a few hours a day, so that is important to keep in mind as well. While we may have liked to do more that our wristbands allowed, there just really wasn't time to go on all the rides AND go-karts AND bumper cars AND mini golfing.
It was a fun day and a great alternative to Six Flags! Smaller, less crowded, and locally owned!
One other word of advise: be sure to check the website for hours of operation before you make your plans. Their schedule is kind of all over the place and changes throughout the summer.
700 East Main Street ~ Marshall, WI ~ 608-620-5224
Admission: no general admission; prices vary based on your ride selection: rides start at $1.50/ride, wristbands available from $10.95-$21.95, season passes available as well