It’s where every little boy or girl’s dream of operating a backhoe comes true.
The New Jersey theme park’s opening day for the season is just 17 days away.
Kids’ love of big, yellow equipment is undeniable. They also love construction as evidence by popular shows like “Handy Manny” and “Bob the Builder. ”
But a chance to actually drive a drum-roller or ride in the telescoping arm of construction lift? It’s every 8-year-old’s fantasy.
The theme park in West Berlin, N.J. offers:
- A backhoe adventure: A Diggerland ride operator and three friends climb aboard a backhoe and navigate a course!
- Spin Dizzy: A three ton high, repurposed excavator that functions as a Gravitron.
- Dig-A-Round: Half merry-go-round, half excavator. It’s this park’s version of a carousel.
- Argo Off Road: A fleet all-terrain ARGOs allow guests to drive the UTV’s off road.
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We're coming up on the last month of our 2017 season, but we have some exciting news. Due to popular demand, we have extended Diggerfest throughout November! On top of traditional heavy machinery fun, hop on a hayride, get lost in our corn maze and more during our final operating days!
Diggerland ticket prices
Compared to the cost of other amusement parks, the chance to sit behind large, construction equipment is relatively small, costing less than $40 in admission.
Single-day tickets are $30 for those 42 inches or less, about $35 for those taller than 42 inches.
Diggerland USA opened to the public in New Jersey on June 14th, 2014. More than 200,000 people visited the park last year, according to Bloomberg.
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