Edaville USA hosting a roaring good time with Western Weekend!


Ye Haw! Saddle up for a western adventure on the tracks at Edaville USA

Edaville USA is geared up for our wildly fun Western Weekend being held on August 2nd and 3rd. It’s a rootin’ tootin’ good time on the railway this weekend. Cowboys and cowgirls are welcome in costume to Edaville all weekend long. It’s an all new adventure along the tracks. The train’s been stopped by a gang of bank robbers, and only you can help find the stolen money. Make sure to go on all the rides, and come see all the fun.

All rides and attractions are included in general park admission, so guests will be able to visit Dinoland and also enjoy unlimited use of all park amusements. General admission will be $23, with free entrance to guests under the age of 2, and $20 for seniors. Tickets can be purchased online by visiting www.edaville.com or at the park entrance.

About Edaville USA:
Edaville USA is a family fun amusement park located in South Carver, Mass. The park features train rides through picturesque cranberry bogs, vintage amusement rides, indoor and outdoor play spaces, and new attractions such as Dinoland and newly acquired modern rides. Edaville USA also hosts different events throughout the fall and winter, such as Pumpkins Aglow and an Annual Christmas Festival of Lights. For more information and to keep an eye out for upcoming events, exciting offers and updates, find Edaville USA on Facebook, or visit the website at edaville.com

Ye Haw! Saddle up for a western adventure on the tracks at Edaville USA

About Michael Silvia

Served 20 years in the United States Air Force. Owner of New Bedford Guide.

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