96% of 30 votes say it's Celiac friendly

100 West Hersheypark Drive, Hershey, PA 17033 Directions

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If you download Hersheypark app it lists menu items for each place, and what is gf including drinks! Lots of things you can eat around the park. Staff member went out of her way to accommodate me at the chili dog stand. Went in the pouring rain to another location to grab me a gluten free bun for my hot dog. Hot Chocolate was gf and amazing!!

Updated 2 months ago read full review

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The Outpost, in the Pioneer Frontier area, is a great dedicated GF and nut free food option. Numerous choices and the wraps and pretzel bites we got were delicious. It's wonderful knowing there's a safe place to eat at the park where you don't even have to worry about CC!

Updated 5 months ago read full review

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We loved that they had a gd food stand. They had pretzels with cheese, pizza and chicken tenders. The ketchup and dipping sauces are in a central location with gluten foods though. There is also a Chik Fil A with ff fries. We went to Chocolate World for a few gf candy bars too. It was overall a great gf experience.

Updated 5 months ago read full review

Gluten Free Features

  • Bread/Buns
  • Burgers
  • Celiac Friendly
  • Chicken Fingers/Nuggets
  • Cider
  • Cookies
  • Dessert

Categories

  • Kid Friendly
  • Other

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Outpost (gluten free/nut free) located in the Pioneer Frontier section of Hersheypark
Hersheypark gluten free spinach artichoke flatbread
Hersheypark gluten free soft pretzels with cheese sauce
Hershey park gluten free chicken wrap
Chicken and Vegetable bowl with rice
 noodles. Dedicated prep/serving area.
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Entire GF stand at Hershey park
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My son, who is a teenager, has celiac and was very happy that there was a dedicated gluten free food stand where we did not need to worry about cross contamination. My son loved the chicken tenders. Sorry they did not have packets of ketchup/sauce to offer. He loved the pizza and the pretzel bites too!

Updated 5 months ago read full review

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This was so disappointing. I was very happy to find out I can eat safe at the park, The Outpost has a mediocre gf menu. Wraps, flatbread pizza, chicken tenders and pretzel bites. I had an order of chicken tenders and pretzel bites. The chicken had just been warmed in a microwave and was rubbery and not great. They don’t offer fries or dipping sauces as sides for the chicken, just chicken :( The pretzel bites were really good and fresh, served with cheese dip. So good, I went back at the end of the day to get another, these must have been sitting a while because they didn’t taste the same and were a bit gummy. Hershey needs to up their game a bit, different options would be nice as well as freshly made food. I’m happy I have options to eat but I shouldn’t have to pay inflated prices for subpar park food.

Updated 6 months ago read full review

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HersheyPark is the place to be! They have a lot of options and it’s really great here. My little sister and I both have Celiac so it’s hard to find amusement parks with options, but Hershey has lots of food choices. The Outpost is by far the best place because it’s all gluten free. Chicken tenders, wraps, sandwiches, and pizzas. AND the best part: gluten free soft pretzels! After 4 years of being diagnosed I finally got to have soft pretzels and they were amazing! Definitely a good meal spot if you’re here.

Updated 7 months ago read full review

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Dedicated Gluten free stand. We enjoyed the chicken wrap,chicken parm sandwich, pretzels with cheese and small spinach artichoke flatbread. Staff were friendly and our food was ready quickly.

Updated 8 months ago read full review

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Reading the Hershey Park website, I was thrilled to read about the GF options and all the trained staff who can make GF food. Unfortunately, what is on the internet doesn't match reality. We made four trips to Hershey this year (twice in Summer and twice for Christmas in Candylane), and on all occasions, the Allergy Outpost was not open. I'm not even sure it's still there anymore. That left GF options at Founder's Kitchen, Overlook Cafe, and Chick-fil-a. Out of all three, Chick-fil-a turned out be the best option... unless you show up on a Sunday. At Overlook cafe, it took forever to find someone to make the GF food, and in retrospect, burning a $20 bill probably would have made me feel better afterwards. So, yes they have a GF only prep area, but they kept going back to the regular kitchen to get ladles, tongs, and didn't bother changing their gloves. Plenty of opportunities for cross contamination. But the worst part was the food tasted terrible. The GF pizza tasted like a placemat with sauce and cheese, the chicken tenders tasted weird... and don't get me started on the GF fries. The lessons learned is... yes, Hershey has GF options, but you may not want to eat it. PS - Don't bother with the GF options at Chocolate World... they tasted terrible too...

Updated 1 year ago read full review

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We went to Hershey because we knew there was an allergy outpost to get safe gluten free food. We were super disappointed to find it was closed on a super busy Saturday. We were able to go to a different food establishment that could accommodate our dietary needs. Gf pizza and gf/df chicken nuggets and French fries. So we did find food but it was disappointing that the outpost was closed.

Updated 1 year ago read full review

Not celiac

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Allergy outpost closed on non busy days. Went again on a Friday and it was open. Nice to have dedicated GF stand but, my goodness, this location must have the SLOWEST employees in the history of theme park food service. Pretty much ruined the experience.

Updated 1 year ago read full review

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The beloved allergen friendly Outpost restaurant was closed. Uh, what am I gonna eat now: (

Updated 1 year ago read full review

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5 stars for intent, 1 star for execution. On the day we were there (peak holiday weekend) Decades GF window was closed entirely, Outpost line was insanely long, and GF staff at Overlook Food Court was moving at a snail's pace. Nonetheless, we appreciate the park's attention to allergens.

Updated 2 years ago read full review

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Dedicated gluten and nut free in park! Other allergens listed on menu. Quick service, food very good!

Updated 2 years ago read full review

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The Outpost is gluten and nut free. The pretzle bites and chicken tenders were outstanding.

Updated 2 years ago read full review

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The Outpost at Hershey Park only serves Gluten Free. They also listed other allergens ( dairy, soy etc...) Food was fresh and delicious.

Updated 2 years ago read full review

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So many celiac friendly restaurants! I've been to the overlook cafe, where they cook gluten free food in a separate area and it was amazing. I've also been to Outpost where it's only gluten free food. Hersheypark is so good about being gluten free!

Updated 2 years ago read full review

Not celiac

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Had a great cheeseburger @ Outpost & can't wait to try the soft pretzels! So happy Hersheypark has gf options in multiple locations. Had pizza @ Overlook & that wasn't very good.

Updated 3 years ago read full review

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Gluten free window at the overlook food court near the kissing tower. open during Christmas candylane. Several options.

Updated 3 years ago read full review

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The outpost is terrific. Hard to believe it's all gf. Buff chix wrap and soft pretzel bites were great. Kudos to hsy to make a safe place for us all

Updated 3 years ago read full review

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5 stars for safety and options available. I ate at The Outpost and had the chicken tenders and pretzel bites. Chicken was OK, coating was a little grainy but still nice to have the option. The pretzel bites were AMAZING, reminded me of Auntie Anne's, better than usual gluten-containing soft pretzels you get at theme parks!

Updated 3 years ago read full review

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New allergen friendly location. Very knowledgeable and caring staff. Nice to have an option when in a busy amusement park and not have to worry about being sick. Also several other locations with options throughout the park.

Updated 3 years ago read full review

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They have a new food stand that is dedicated gluten free. Great variety of food! I had a fantastic southwest chicken wrap! And an amazing rice crispy treat! Thank you Hershey!

Updated 3 years ago read full review

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What a great focus on allergen friendly eating at Hershey Park! We found the Overlook Food Court which features a gluten free concession with a bunch of options. Certificates are posted to show employees have gone through allergen safe certification. GF options include chicken fingers, burgers, hot dogs, fries, and pizza. We enjoyed the pizza and fries!

Updated 4 years ago read full review

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Hershey Park is a wonderful place for children with celiac and others who need to be gluten free! We have seen an expansion in GF availability between our visit last year and this year at the Overlook Food Court. Where last year we ordered at the same counter as everyone else and had to wait a bit for designated fryers to be turned on, there is now a gluten free station and someone staffing it, with expanded options. The food is amusement park food, but it is great to see how Hershey Park is doing it right and keeping GF customers safe.

Updated 4 years ago read full review

Not celiac

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Thankful for the Outpost. So many options!

Updated 4 years ago read full review

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Easiest way to know where to eat is to download the app. App shows all ingredients. Good selection and even one dedicated GF place.

Updated 4 years ago read full review

Not celiac

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The Outpost (Frontier area) is gluten-free, nut-free and fish/shellfish-free. So excited!

Updated 4 years ago read full review

Not celiac

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I've never been to a theme park that was so allergen friendly! I ate at The Outpost. I had the roasted veggie sandwich that tasted so good I questioned whether or not it was really gf. The pretzels bites were good too. There were so many choices I wanted to order it all!

Updated 4 years ago read full review

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we ate at the food court and while they had a decent sized GF menu, they only offered hamburgers and hot dogs. we chose hamburgers and they weren't even warm. they were room temp and the buns fell right apart. for 3 of those plus drinks it cost over 30. not happy. however we found the outpost later which is a completely GF CS and it was great.

Updated 4 years ago read full review

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Many safe, kid friendly options and super careful to avoid cross contamination.

Updated 5 years ago read full review

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awesome gf chicken tenders!

Updated 5 years ago read full review

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amazing not since Disney have we experienced this level of GF awareness! well done and if you stay at the lodge you can have some of the best gf fried food delivered to your room!!!

Updated 6 years ago read full review

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This place is the best! We have been to the park for the past two summers and my celiac daughter has been in her food glories. Not only do they have several gf choices but they are actually really good. We have had gf chicken fingers, french fries, pizza and tacos. I have witnessed the food service workers change their gloves and prepare our food in a separate area. She has never been ill after eating at Hershey Park.

Updated 6 years ago read full review

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Really surprised to see Hersheypark offering GF food at almost every place. The Hersheypark Place and Minetown Restaurants really did a great job of accommodating for GFers like me!

Updated 6 years ago read full review

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