There’s a lot to be said about hitting the regional theme parks in the summer with small kids over a big trip to Disney.

While there are a myriad of family amusement parks in the U.S. that cater to the 2 to 10 age group, Dutch Wonderland, a 48-acre amusement park just east of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, is an excellent choice for a fun-filled day.

With fewer crowds, less scary rides and at prices that won’t break the bank, it’s no wonder that it was voted one of the Top 5 Best Kid’s Park in the World by Amusement Today magazine.   And with prices that start at an affordable $32 a day, it can seem quite a bargain compared to Disney’s Magic Kingdom which is $105.

Recently, my family and I ventured off to Dutch Wonderland with my two-year-old daughter. While there was much we like there, here are the attractions that should not be missed.