Other Ideas: Six Flags New England & Hurricane Harbor; Canobie Lake Park; Boston Common Carousel; StoryLand; Water Country
A variety of different children's characters will entertain on weekends during the summer months, along with musicians, sports mascots and other fascinating guests. The list of special events is being finalized right now and will be posted as soon as it is available.
Rides and activities for kids of all ages to enjoy....
The Flying Turtles
A gentle ride for the youngest of children. Like most turtles, they move slowly and surely and always arrive back safely.
This smiling creature takes small children for a spin while moving safely up and down - like a real live caterpillar!! For children under 30' tall Children under 30' tall must be accompanied by an adult
A. J.'s Express
While not as big as the Edaville train, this ride is just as much fun for the younger set. Even the youngest among us can play engineer!
The Red Baron
Junior pilots can take to the skies in these tiny biplane replicas. The planes move up and down as they fly through the air. Children under 30' tall must be accompanied by an adult For children under 48' tall
Gandy Dancer Railroad
It's your own arm power that moves your one-person train through the woods.
Children and adults enjoy the traditional playground rides such as swings, see-saws, slides and a sandbox.
Jumbo the Elephant
Colorful flying pachyderms soar into the air under control of the rider. Pull the stick and up you go!
The Ferris Wheel
Get the best view of your surroundings from the highest point in Carver.
Children under 48' tall must be accompanied by an adult. You must be at least 48' tall to ride the Ferris Wheel
A favorite of everyone for years and years. Prancing stallions or sedate carriages are your choice for the ride.
A carnival and boardwalk staple. The more you pull on the center post, the faster you'll spin. Children under 42' tall must be accompanied by an adult. Children under 48' tall must be accompanied by an adult.
Head into space in your own capsule. Pulling the bar while the capsule spins launches you higher and higher!
Yet another classic amusement park ride. As the machine spins one way, your car moves in the opposite direction!!!! Children under 48' tall must be accompanied by an adult. You must be at least 48' tall to ride the Scrambler.
Edaville USA also has many seasonal rides, such as hayrides and fire engine rides, that are fun for the whole family.
Restaurants & Snacks at Edaville
Serves a large variety of food, including salads, chicken sandwiches, pizza, hamburgers and hot dogs. Hot and cold beverages are available here as well.
Whistle Stop Snacks
Located adjacent to the platform, it's the perfect place to stop for a quick treat after your train ride. Serving cotton candy, popcorn, beverages and more!
The Ice Cream Caboose
Conveniently situated next to the Ferris Wheel and boarding tent, the Ice Cream Caboose serves ice cream, fried dough and beverages. It's the perfect diversion on a hot summer day.
The Candy Depot
By the package or by the handful, the Candy Depot has all your favorite sweets. A small assortment of Edaville USA souvenirs are also available at this shop, located in the depot building behind Whistle Stop Snacks.
The Choo-Choo Barbecue
This seasonal food establishment is as famous as Edaville itself. A variety of full course barbecued chicken meals are available during the warmer months.
Get Directions to Edaville USA.
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$20 ; Children under 2 - FREE [Includes unlimited use of all rides and attractions.]
5 Pine Street, Carver, MA, 02330 map
FROM BOSTON - Take Route 3 south to exit 7 (Route 44) Follow Route 44 west 6.5 miles to the exit for Route 58 - Carver. Turn left (south) on Route 58 for 8 miles to Rochester Road. Turn right on Rochester Road, and follow for 1 mile to Pine Street. Turn right on Pine Street. The Edaville's parking lot is 500 feet ahead on the right. FROM AREAS WEST OF BOSTON - Take Route 95 (128) south to Route 24 south. 24 south to I-495 south. I-495 south to Exit 2. Turn left at end of ramp. Follow Route 58 north. Turn left on Rochester Road and follow for 1 mile to Pine Street. Turn right on Pine Street. Edaville USA's parking lot is 500 feet ahead on the right.
FROM WORCESTER AND AREAS WEST OF ROUTE 495 - Take the Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90) east to I-495 south. Then follow directions above.
FROM PROVIDENCE AND POINTS WEST - Take I-195 east to exit 22 (I-495). I-495 north to exit 2 (Route 58 /Carver). Route 58 north 4 miles to Rochester Road. Turn left on Rochester Road and follow for 1 mile to Pine Street. Turn right on Pine Street. Edaville USA's parking lot is 500 feet ahead on the right.
FROM CAPE COD - Routes 6 or 28 north to the Bourne Bridge to I-495 north. I-495 to Exit 2 (Route 58/Carver). Route 58 north 4 miles to Rochester Road. Turn left on Rochester Road and follow for 1 mile to Pine Street. Turn right on Pine Street. Edaville USA's parking lot is 500 feet ahead on the right.
FROM NEW HAMPSHIRE - Take I-93 or Route 3 south to I-495 south. I-495 to Exit 2 (Route 58 /Carver). Turn left at end of ramp. Follow Route 58 north. Turn left on Rochester Road and follow for 1 mile to Pine Street. Turn right on Pine Street. Edaville USA's parking lot is 500 feet ahead on the right.
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edaville is re-openingThis is the best news that my family and I could possibly get, because my 3- yr old son loves Thomas and all trains. This is so wonderful to know that we have somewhere to bring him and enjoy the fun. We took him to Edaville in 2010 to see Thomas and he was so happy that he did not want to leave. We will be at the park to see all the events and ride as many trains as we can. There are not to many attractions around here for children and when I heard the news that Edaville was going to re-open I was so happy I felt like a child myself. ROXANNE/FAMILY
Edaville USAOur Family LOVES Edaville USA! It's a family fun park that has been enjoyed throughout the years. When we take our daughter to the park she has a blast! I enjoy myself just as much as her because when I was a kid I went to Edaville and have very fond memories of the park. We go to Edaville USA at least twice a year. We love to go see Thomas the Tank Engine or other great characters that the kids love like Bob the Builder, Barney and many many more. They put all of their events on their website which is awesome! We also make it back during the winter season for their Festival of Lights which is spectacular and is the best I have EVER seen! I would recommend Edaville USA to anyone in a heartbeat! Can't wait to go back!
Edaville Rail RoadWe went a year ago when Thomas the Train was visiting. It is over prices and quite dirty and the rides are not kept up as nice as Storyland. The food was very expensive and not very good. Personally for the Money Storyland would be where I would go as it is so very nice, clean and you really get your monies worth if you go after 3 pm the day you arrive you can come back the next day for free. Food at Storyland was reasonable prices and they had very kid friendly options, health options as well as food for adult tastes. If you are going to spend $$ which both are in that money range - take the time to travel and spend a weekend in NH. You can find several hotels that are very reasonable prices.
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