Guests to Saint Paul, MN area can find Como Town just next to the Como Park Zoo and Conservatory. North of Interstate 94, between Lexington Parkway and Horton Avenue, is where you’ll find Como Town to be specific. There are more than 18 rides and activities here for children aged 2-12 in this outdoor family park. Have fun on the tea cups, frog hopper, family swing, and bumper cars. New, interactive rides like the Como Town Driving School, Sky Glider, and Fire Brigade can be found at Como Town and can’t be found anyplace else in the upper Midwest.
The Como Town Ride is there for you to take a traditional family ride, with two rows of swings, one for adults and one for children. Both the inner and outer swings have a height restriction of 42 inches or more. An authorized rider who, in the judgment of the ride’s staff, can keep an unauthorised rider under control is considered to be a chaperone.
Take a nostalgic train trip through a picturesque town on the Como Town Train ideal for young children and their parents! All riders under 36 inches must have an adult chaperone with them at all times. Solo riders under 36″ tall are not permitted.
Children at the Como Town Driving School learn to drive in their own vehicles while traversing the school’s streets. They learn the ins and outs of controlling an automobile by actually guiding, stopping, and speeding up one.
At Hodge Podge Park, youngsters may climb, slide, swing, and bounce their way to new discoveries. There are lookout points, swing sets, slides, and swings in this playground. Access for the day is included in the points.
In the heat of summer, everyone can benefit from a game of Water Wars. Participants take buckets of water balloons to their respective “battle stations.” A water balloon launcher is available at each fortification. Splash, spray, or saturate your opponent by aiming for their battle station’s slots and holes in the building. But beware, for punishment will be swift.
Free foam parties for kids are held daily at 12:30, 2:30, and 4:30 at Como Park. It is a superb thing to do with kids of any age or skill level. Children can safely play in the expanding foam; no water required; just bubbles!
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