Reminder: Stay safe and comfortable at a theme park with our tips
Written by Robert Niles
With the President's Day weekend upon us, and spring break trips approaching behind it, I thought this a good time for our annual reminder about our theme park safety tips. We've listed 10 points of advice for parents or anyone else visiting a theme or amusement park, designed to help you keep yourself and your family safe during your trip.Tweet
Sure, some of it is obvious advice, when you stop to think about it. But that's the whole point - we want you to stop and think about it, if just for a moment before you leave on your trip. Too many people end up with bad days, ruined vacations, or, heaven forbid, worse, because they didn't think about taking proper care of themselves while away from home.
That doesn't have to happen to you. Please take a look at our tips and let us help you plan a great vacation.
Also, this week the rain has returned to Southern California. But you don't have to let rain interrupt your theme park plans. We've got a page with tips for enjoying a theme park in the rain, too.
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