Storybook Land is an entertainment and educational amusement park for children and families and it has been in existence for more than five decades. It now features 65 different characters, all of which were built with donations from different members of the community.
The amusement park boasts a number of rides for the whole family to enjoy. Some rides may not be for everyone so visitors are advised to adhere to the park's varied height restrictions and/or limitations. Those with heart or back problems, recent surgery, or pregnancy are should exercise caution.
Although the amusement park will try to accommodate riders with disabilities, some rides may not be suited for all riders. Persons with disabilities must have their own assistants or helper. In the event of bad weather or mechanical problems, rides may close. Shirts and shoes must be worn and food or drinks are not allowed on rides.
Visitors and have unlimited access to Storybook Land rides, but if others are in line to take their turn, riders must exit the ride and re-enter. If no one is in line to ride, the amusement suggests no more than three consecutive rides at any given time. Riders are also welcome to come back after a short break and continuous repeated riding without time out in between is not in the best health or safety interests of children or adults.
The privilege of unlimited rides cannot be abused and children must be in the company of their parents or chaperon at all times. This amusement park has a large picnic area, play grounds, long stretches of high-tech fun rides, a pool, waterfalls, and convenient entry points for with handicaps.
Today the Storybook Land is one of the most popular amusement parks in the United States and it has grown to over 200 acres and over the past few years it has featured the annual Storybook Land Festival, among many other festivals it hosts annually.