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The 2017 season marks Story Land’s 63rd anniversary! We’ve been providing families with young children a treasure chest of enduring memories since 1954!
Please visit our Park Rules & Policies page for more information.
Safety is our #1 Priority
Because there are inherent risks in or on rides and attractions, please participate responsibly. Riders of all ages must properly use all ride safety equipment. Guests with body features (including height, weight, and muscle control) that may prevent safety restraints from operating as designed may be denied access to specific rides. Failure to follow rules could result in injury. Participation Guidelines for all guests are posted at each ride. If you have questions please speak with an attendant prior to waiting in line. We reserve the right to deny access to anyone who fails to comply with established guidelines, or exhibits impairment. Children less than 48 inches tall must be accompanied by a responsible guest on all rides. Riders must be 36” tall to ride the Flying Fish, Polar Coaster, Crazy Barn, Dr. Geyser’s Raft Ride, and Bamboo Chutes. Riders must be 42” tall to ride Roar-O-Saurus. We encourage parents and guardians to join children on all rides, to help ensure that everyone participates safely.
We strongly recommend that Minors (under age 18) be accompanied by an adult. Park does not assume responsibility or liability for unattended minors.
For what age groups is Story Land most appropriate?
Generally speaking, Story Land is geared to children between the ages of 2 and 12.
What are the best days to visit?
Fridays & Sundays generally have lighter visitor counts, while Saturday is usually the busiest day of the week. June & July are less busy than August, and any weekend September through Columbus Day is also a great time to visit. Rainy days are great days to visit, as most of our rides and attractions operate in the rain (some may close temporarily during downpours or thunder & lightning) and lines are practically non-existent.
Where do we park?
We have plenty of FREE parking at Story Land. Guests in motor homes and campers please park across the street from Story Land in North Parking Lot.
Can we leave the park and return on the same day?
Of course! Please stop at the Exit for a hand stamp on your way out to re-enter as often as you’d like on the day of your visit.
What if it rains?
If a driving rainstorm unexpectedly begins after guests have entered the park, and continues f or at least a half -hour with no sign of relief in the forecast guests will receive rain checks as they exit the park during the time of the storm. Rain checks are valid only for the current season. We do not refund admission dollars. Please note: For your safety some rides and at tractions may temporarily close due to lightning or heavy rain. Rain checks are not issued at the end of the day.
I purchased a digital photo, where do I find it?
To download your digital photo(s) visit www.myfunmoments.com/Storyland and enter your wristband number, season pass barcode number or the number on your single purchase receipt. Digital photos can take up to 24 hours before they are available for download.
Does Story Land offer Pet Kennels?
Yes, Pet Kennels are available for use FREE of charge on a first come, first served basis. Reservations are not available for Pet Kennels. They may be found next to the train depot in the north end of our main parking lot. We have 26 kennels (16 square feet with roofs) with individual pad locks to ensure the safety of your pet. Water bowls are available for use but we recommend bringing the items your pet needs to be comfortable. To check-in your pet you will visit Yum Yum Junction (simply ring the doorbell) where you will be given your code and Kennel number. Please remember our kennels are self-service, owners are responsible for the wellbeing of their pets.
Can I bring my own food?
Yes, you can bring your own food and drink into the park. Alcohol is prohibited.
850 NH Route 16
Glen, NH 03838