What is Fievel’s Playland?
Fievel’s Playland, based on the 1986 animated film An American Tail and its 1991 sequel, Fievel Goes West, is filled with oversized props and lots of opportunities for running, jumping, and climbing. This Wild West-themed area even includes a 30-foot spider web, rope-net bridges, and a 1,000-gallon cowboy hat.
Where is Fievel’s Playland located?
Fievel’s Playland – height restrictions and other factors
Fievel’s Playland is accessible to all. It should be noted that, during the COVID-19 pandemic, this area is only partially open and available. The slides are open, but the jungle gym area is closed. Express Pass access is not offered, as this is an open play area with no queue.
Fievel’s Playland – what you wish you knew before you experienced it
This attraction was designed for children old enough to tackle large playground equipment. If the mouse-size Fievel’s Playland is a bit too big for your young child, remember that there is a smaller, more intimate play area inside the Day in the Park with Barney building.
How scary is Fievel’s Playland?
We rate Fievel’s Playland zero out of five cowboy mice in terms of fear factor. While offering sizeable slides, bridges, and stairs for children to conquer, there are no scary or intense aspects to this attraction.
What year did Fievel’s Playland open?
Fievel’s Playland – OI fun fact
This playland is home to one of the park’s lesser-known rides: a 200-foot water slide. Children can plunge down this three-story slide on their own or share a raft with an adult. Parents, watch out – there’s a good chance you’ll get soaked!
Fievel’s Playland– photo gallery
Fievel’s Playland – real guest reviews
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If you are an adult on the slide, your entire backside will get completely drenched. Be aware of this fact. It is unavoidable!
The play are is nice, extremely representative of the movie, though the source material is lost on just about everyone.
We found Fievel's Playground on our first visit to the park in November. My sons were 8 & 9 when we visited and they loved this area! We were there at night and I think they had the whole place to themselves! They climbed anything that could be scaled, flashed down the slides, and even hopped on the flume ride, although the ride operators were wearing jackets! Beware: the seat of your pants will get wet from sitting on the raft.
As I wrote this review, my son saw the pictures and said, "Can we go there again?! I liked the slides!"
Perfect play area for my then 2 year old. She never wanted to leave the ball pit area. Also a favorite was the little mini bounce house. There was also some net climbing areas and that "water" ride. Preferred this play area over the Suess play area in IOA for my toddler.
The grandkids liked taking a break and playing for awhile. It was fun watching them climb on all the oversized toys. There is a chance to get wet so be warned.
This is a good place to let your kids burn off some of the wiggles that build up while they have been waiting in numerous lines for what seems to them like hours.
Parents, beware of the raft waterslide ride thing. Kids that go on it won't get wet, but if you go on it with your kid you will have a wet butt at the end. We sat and watched this while our kids played and it never failed. 🙂
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