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TPR Member Photo Trip Reports
August 1st, 2015 by VF15
July 7th, 2014 by thrillrider
August, 2010 by Divv3k
May 29th, 2007 by rbpia
July 5th, 2006 by pvcoasterguy

Food
It's mostly standard amusement park food with BBQ, fried chicken, chicken tenders, hot dogs, hamburgers, pizza, sandwiches, and salads available at various locations in the park. Some of the unique offerings are tacos in a bag (fritos with taco meat) and footlong corn dogs. The park also has real, fresh-made lemonade and large slabs of bacon. Don't miss the traditional ice cream parlor on Main street.
Operating Season
The season runs from early May to late September. Daily operations occur from late May to late August with weekends only to open and end the season.
Access & Location
The park is located a couple of miles northeast of Des Moines in Altoona. The park is within one mile of I-80, the major interstate crossing East-West through Iowa.
http://www.adventureland-usa.com/faq/11-directions/59-how-do-i-get-to
Nearby Lodging
Adventureland Resort offers both the Adventureland Inn (185 rooms) and a Campground (hook-ups and tents). Complimentary trolleys run from the resort to the park
More info can be found at http://adventureland-inn.com/
Virtual Queue Options
Not Available
Shows
Adventureland has a Bingo Hall on Main Street that is very popular with the locals.
Park Maps
2010 Park Map

Discussion
Adventureland Discussion Thread