Today, I will be continuing the blog series, “Track Fun for the . . . ” Earlier this week, I discussed how to navigate The Track with the littlest ones in the family. Today I am moving on to those bigger kids . . . not quite the ones who have their drivers’ licenses, but the ones in between.
Yes, there is a wide range between preschool kids and those sixteen-year-olds, but in terms of fun to be had at The Track, everyone in this age group can enjoy most of the same things.
What things? you may ask.
Well, here a a few numbers that will help you determine what fun your big kid can have at The Track:
So, what is the moral of the story for enjoying The Track with those in-between kids? How tall your child is determines what they can do on their own. It is a great idea to have these magic numbers in mind before arriving at The Track so that you know what limitations there may be on what your kids can do at The Track. It is much better to find out at home that your child may not be tall enough to drive the Wild Woody than it is at the ticket counter . . . if you know what I mean!
Another thing you should know . . . The Track has a measuring system that they use to determine what rides your child is tall enough to ride. Another day, I will explain that in more detail, but for now, you need to know that how ever tall they measure your child on that day of your visit to The Track is what goes. It does not matter how tall the doctor said he was at last month’s checkup or how high the pencil mark is on your door jamb at home! What matters is how tall your child is measured at The Track that day!
So, come ready to enjoy The Track with those in-between kids. They are going to love it!