Oh, and the kids ? They had fun, too. After the more thrilling morning, we brought the pace down a bit after lunch in the older part of the park – the Mad Hatter's Teacups is a small, but fun ride, and the kids are not too old for the storybook attractions.
On the business side, Heritage New Hampshire closed its doors last year, and the Morrell family sold out to the company that runs Kennywood in Pennsylvania. The Heritage NH site is still up and links to an interesting train restoration project – the Flying Yankee.
Also, we liked staying at the Colonial Motel. At night, they light a cast iron stove on the front lawn, so you can make s'mores ! Yummy !