Imagine yourself in a storybook world of magic and fantasies!
Wylie Park is perfect for the entire family who want to get lost in fantasy and nature.
Storybook Land will give families the world of imagination that has been inspired by well loved nursey rhymes such as Humpty Dumpty and Hickory Dickory Dock. You can jump into the story as you slide down Jack and Jill's Hill, or pay a visit to the house of Goldilocks and the Three Bears.
You can even visit the real life chickens and turkeys roaming around Old McDonald's Farm!
There is a real life medieval castle surrounded by a cool moat that's even guarded by knights in armor! And the magical choo choo Storybook Land Express miniature train is suitable for the entire family.
Then there is the magical Land Of Oz! Lions...Tigers...and Bears...! Well, you're safe they don't roam around here but you can test your bravery in the simulated tornado experience complete with special lighting and sound effects!
Follow the yellow brick road! Follow follow follow follow....right through Dorothy's farm and the super adorable Munchkin Land, then you even get to go up up and away in the Wizard's Balloon Ride!
Once you have explored the fairytale adventures, you can spend time on some of the other attractions, including bumper boats, playful mini golf, bike and skate rental, swimming, and a fun playground areas suitable for ages 2 to 12. There are even softball and volleyball courts as well as wildlife!
There is a beautiful lake stocked with fish and provides all those kids 16 and under an opportunity to master the art of fishing!
There's no place like Wylie Park!
Wylie Park is found just 1 Mile North of Aberdeen on Hwy 281.Get directions
Pay and play
Pay and Play
There are great picnicking spots so if you want to bring your own food, why not make it a fun picnic! There are also 2 food concessions that operate.
Dorothys House and Storybook land open at different times to the park so make sure you just check before your visit.
Wylie Park has over three miles of hard surfaced trailways suitable for wheelchairs. When the Visitor Center is open, mobility aides are available on a first come, first serve bases at a small fee
The authentic train depot museum recaptures the excitement and history of the railroad era. The train depot which houses the museum was built in 1881 and originally served as the Chicago and Northwestern depot in Rudolph, South Dakota.