Pegs In The Park Children's Game

Pegs In The Park Game Rules

How To Play Pegs In The Park (Instructions)

2 - 4
Play Time
30 MIN


Take a visit to the park in the game Pegs in the Park. Your goal while at the park is to get to the ice cream cart before the other pegs can get there. There are pluses and minuses that will determine how fast you get to the ice cream cart. Test your luck with this fun, happy game of a colorful walk in the park.

Pegs in the Park is a great game for kids to learn plus and minus as well as hand-eye coordination. Try playing Pegs in the Park with your young children today.


The game Pegs In The Park should come with the following components. These are based off of the original game and don't include components from any expansion packs or different editions.

  • Pegs In The Park Game Includes Game Board
  • Four Pegs
  • A Deck Of 44 Cards Card Deck Includes 30 Plus (+) Cards
  • Ten Minus (-) Cards
  • Two Unhappy Peg Cards With Rain Clouds Overhead
  • Two Happy Peg Cards With Ice Cream Cones Pegs In The Park Game Also Includes Complete Game Rules And Instructions


How to Win
To be the first player in the Park to race his/her Peg to the Ice Cream Cart.
How to Win


Please keep in mind that the official Pegs In The Park rules and instructions could be different depending on the game version you have. The rules below are some of the exact directions that came in the original packaging and will teach you how to play Pegs In The Park. Download these original PDF game rules or print them for later use.


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Which game starts with the same letter as Mancala: Chess, Uno, Monopoly, Battleship or Rummycube

Eileen says:

What do we do on our turn when we pick a card with a green Peg with cloud overhead? Also what do we do when we pick a card on our turn with a blue peg with a rainbow overhead?
Dave says:

My daughter loves this game. Asks us to play it all the time. Her counting is awesome. She can even count the moves in her head without pointing to the squares for assistance now. She's 4
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