We took full advantage of this Labor Day weekend and decided to take this Monday to go to Tinkertown. Tinkertown is a summer amusement park for kids and is very popular place to go in Manitoba. People from all over the province hit this summer destination.
We try to go to Tinkertown once every summer. We would love to go more often, but there are so many great places to go and things to do in summer, Tinkertown is a end of summer highlight!
With food you can expect to pay $60 – $100 for a day of fun for a family of 4 at Tinkertown. All day wrist bands are $15. We usually get wrist bands for the kids and then some extra tickets for me and hubby to go on some rides too.
We spent 5 hours there and could not have asked for a better day. It was hot, but there was the perfect breeze to keep everyone happy.
Our daughters had so much fun together, hand-in-hand as much s possible (even while on the swing ride, you can see in a photo below). There were rides for the girls and some fun rides that we could all do together as a family.
I’d have to say my favorite rides were the bumper cars, the train and the antique cars. My girls loved the roller-coaster, the Farris wheel and the big yellow slide best. None of us were brave enough to try out the big boat LOL.
Here are a few photos from our fun day. Have you ever been to Tinkertown?
Do you do a fun family activity before the kids go back to school?
This is a personal post. I received no compensation or tickets for writing this post, I just wanted to share our fun family day with my readers.