Summer Fun at Hersheypark

A family getaway to Hersheypark adds up to fun for everyone! Thrill seekers will love our 13 thrilling roller coasters, younger kids can’t get enough of the over 20 rides just their size, and the entire family will enjoy splashing, floating, and cooling off in our 15 fun-filled water attractions at The Boardwalk At Hersheypark.

 

In addition, clap, dance along, and marvel at our award-winning live entertainment, get a picture with our larger-than-life, strolling Hershey’s Product Characters, and savor the tastes of summer with our delicious Park food and treats.

Only in Hershey can you combine two great family getaways with a trip to the theme park and a day at The Boardwalk At Hersheypark! The Boardwalk is located inside Hersheypark and included in your regular one-price admission.

While in Hersheypark, stroll across the bridge to ZooAmerica, our 11-acre walk-through zoo with more than 200 native animals from five regions of North America. It’s included in your Hersheypark admission when entered from within the park and open daily year-round as a separate attraction.

In addition to enjoying all the rides, entertainment, and games of our theme park and all the water attractions, beach-style games, shops, and music in The Boardwalk At Hersheypark, your time at Hersheypark isn’t complete without visiting Hershey’s Chocolate World attraction too!

Everyone always wants more time to really maximize their visit – which is why our ticket plans offer so many flexible options and the opportunity to save big! And after you leave Hersheypark, keep the fun going at the Official Resorts of Hersheypark, including The Hotel Hershey, Hershey Lodge, and Hershey Highmeadow Campground.

Be among the first to drop in on the thrills and fun at the new-for-2017, Hershey Triple Tower, the first choose-your-thrill triple tower in the United States, open in Kissing Tower Hill.

Hershey’s Tower
Standing at 189 feet high, our tallest drop tower features two gravity-defying experiences, SPACE SHOT & TURBO DROP, which rockets riders to the top before blasting back to the bottom at 45 miles per hour!

Reese’s Tower
Standing at 131 feet high, kick it up a notch with two thrilling cycles of positive and negative G forces on our second tallest drop tower!

Hershey’s Kisses Tower
Standing at 80 feet high, warm up with two exhilarating cycles of positive and negative G forces on our thrilling drop tower!

Hersheypark is just one of many discounted tickets that is offered by Leisure Travel Services (LTS). We have Baltimore Aquarium, Colonial Williamsburg, Medieval Times, Disneyworld, Universal Studios, PA Renaissance Faire and more trip ideas and opportunities to save.

Let us help you with your summer-fun at LTS located on Carlisle Barracks right next to the Commissary, Monday through Friday from 9 a.m 4:30 p.m. We are also at Letterkenny Army Depot on Tuesdays and the Fort Indiantown Gap Community Club on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

By purchasing your tickets with Family and Moral, Welfare & Recreation, you directly support soldier and family programs and help grow the services and programs that benefit you. For more information on LTS, call 717-245-4048.

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