We've been coming here for a number of years and we were pleased to see it had recently gotten a new face-lift.
All of the obstacles have received bright new paint jobs. And we weren't quite sure, but it seemed like even some of the obstacles were different than last year?
Each course takes about an hour to complete, and you can choose whether you want to do just one or both (with a discount on the second). And after the completion of the course, Peter Pan offers snowcones for a dollar a cone! Pretty awesome!
It has been our tradition to head over to Butler Park after we finished both courses... But since the boys and I have already been to Butler Park a number of times this year, we decided to try something new.
I haven't been to Pease Park in years, but I had recently read that the park had a new splash pad, so I thought we'd check it out.
As we pulled up, I saw the small concrete pad and limited number of fountains and was a little worried. This clearly was a park for younger children. I figured we'd eat our picnic lunch, pack up and try a new location. But after arriving, the kids really wanted to get wet. So I let them play for a bit.
And as often happens, 'a bit' turned into an hour. Then they wanted to climb down to the creek bed below the splash pad. There they spent another hour catching frogs, minnows and feeding the birds bread.
Peter Pan Tips and thoughts: We always try to get to Peter Pan early, as the course gets uncomfortably hot in the afternoon. As another option, they are open late, and you can play after the sun has gone done.
If you are only going to do one 18-hole course, the west course is more challenging than the east course.