It's been almost three years since we visited Hershey Park. It was unplanned but it turned out so much fun for all of us. We were supposed to go somewhere else but the kennel that was supposed to take our dogs cancelled at the last minute so we had to cancel our original plan and had to find another place where we could board our pets. It took a week before we found one so we just thought of going to a place that is closer where we could drive.
Our son has a sweet tooth so Hershey Park was a paradise for him seeing all his favorite sweets in mascots. From York Peppermint Pattie to Jolly Rancher and Milk Duds!
He was still into posing in front of the camera on those years which is getting so difficult to do these days. He is definitely changing.
Even the mascots that he didn't recognized, he still posed with them. I was just happy to take the photos everytime he posed with them.
His Dad introduced him to PayDay snack bars so he was happy to see a mascot there too.
I think my favorite is the Kisses mascot, I am not much into sweets but I can eat some good Hershey kisses.
I have no clue what 5 avenue candy was, we've never bought or tried any before.
Of course sweet treats would not be complete without the Reese's cups. This mascot reminded me of my late father-in-law, he loved Reese's cups when he was still around.
Hershey syrup for ice cream, oh yeah!
No clue with the Nutrageous sweets either but seeing the mascots made me aware that they exist/existed in the market. Like I've said, I'm not much into sweets so II dunno most of these.
I would like to go back to Hershey Park again some of these days. We had a great time out there, although unplanned, it turned out to be awesome. So this sweet tooth little guy had a blast all the way to Hershey Park.