Valleyfair’s ‘Food Truck Frenzy’ This Weekend

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First opened to the public 1976, Valleyfair has been a wonderful Minnesota Summer tradition for nearly four decades.

Each year, between Memorial Day and Labor Day, kids (and adults) of all ages can experience a plethora of thrilling rides like Corkscrew, Excalibur, Enterprise, the Looping Starship, Wild Thing, Power Tower and, of course, the Bumper Cars.

On June 21 — this Saturday — the best (and biggest) amusement park in the upper Midwest will get even better (and more delicious).

It’s Food Truck Frenzy at Valleyfair!

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Open all day until 7 pm, food trucks offering delicious tastes from all over the state will be on hand to give park visitors a chance to eat a variety of Minnesota’s finest foods. Here is a list of some of the food trucks that will be on hand:

The Cave Cafe

Sandy’s Grill & Italian Ice

Potter’s Pasties & Pies

The Original Minneapple Pie

Tot Boss

Eli’s Donut Burgers

O’Cheeze

Falafel King

Check out Valleyfair’s website for a full list of rides and attractions — they add new reasons to visit the park every year and it’s hard to keep up. Also, make sure to follow them on Twitter and Facebook to find out about cool promotions all summer long.

 

Images courtesy of Valleyfair

 

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Brent and his dog Steve live in Eagan where they spend their time eating, sleeping and getting into adventures. Apart from the brutal, inhumane winters, they are both convinced Minnesota is a top five global destination. Brent is happiest when he is playing football, laughing, discussing philosophy, eating Chipotle, watching anything Larry David created, doing funny character voices while reading children's books to his two little nieces, or writing about whatever happens to cross his mind, unapologetically stretching sentence length and comma usage as far as the editor will allow. Also, Brent's nemesis is Burt Reynolds, though Mr. Reynolds is likely unaware of this rivalry.

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