Diggerland Construction-Themed Amusement Park in South Jersey is totally worth the trip!

Do your kids like playing with Bobcats and JohnDeere machines in the sand? Well, why not take the Kids to Diggerland Construction-Themed Amusement Park where they can play on full size construction equipment. Your kids will go crazy and have fun all day.

Diggerland Construction Theme Park

Diggerland USA is the only construction themed adventure park in North America where children and families can drive, ride and operate ACTUAL machinery. The park, which covers about 14 acres in West Berlin, NJ (20 minutes from Philadelphia), is comprised of over 25 attractions. The majority of which are real, diesel powered, full size, pieces of construction equipment. Each machine has undergone advanced engineering modifications which make them safe for the public, allowing children as small as 36″ to operate with little to no instruction. The kids and I had a wonderful time over the summer and are looking forward to going back again. They just loved having the opportunity to operate heavy machinery as well as the rides. It was amazing to see the neat rides like SPIN DIZZY pictured above. We got there right when the park opened and there weren’t many lines. By the end of the morning, near lunch time, the park was pretty crowded.

Guests who visit Diggerland can drive full size backhoes, dig giant holes with real excavators, and operate just about every sort of construction machine you might imagine – from the skid-steers to the recently unveiled ARGOs, made famous by their amphibious qualities. At lunch time there was a stunt show that was pretty neat. I would recommend getting your lunch about a half hour before the show to make sure that you have good seats.

Diggerland Park Information

100 Pinedge Dr., West Berlin

856-768-1110; diggerlandusa.com

Hours: 11 am–6 pm.

Admission:  31.95 for adults; Kids under 42” are , 26.95. These are online prices, you will save a few dollars if you buy tickets online.

 

There are special pricing events, so make sure to check their online calendar. For example, Mother’s Day and Father’s Day offers a free ticket with paid children’s admission. There are also promo codes available for holiday weekends.

 

Disclosure: We were given free tickets to review the park. All opinions are 100% mine. 

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