The land's name was envisioned when Chris Carwardine went to an independent petting zoo called "Kids Country", he was originally going to name it just that, but turned the C to a K to copyright the name.
Saul Bass (creator of the iconic Warner Bros. //' logo) was hired to create a contemporary, but childish logo for the land. The logo looks to appear it's created out of bamboo.
The ride selection varies by park. Some of the most common rides found at a typical Carwardine Kids Kountry area are a kiddie coaster, a Zamperla Crazy Bus (or similar ride), some carousel style kiddie rides with or without an umbrella, etc.
- Carwardine Colony
- Carwardine's Dubailand Adventure
- Centerpoint Park
- Colorado Canyon (known as "Kids Kountry featuring Garfield)
- 1980 (Early Promotional Material) - Clearly a temporary logo, it's just the words "KIDS KOUNTRY" written in Times New Roman
- 1980-1995 - A stylized logo created by Saul Bass with the letters spelled with bamboo sticks.
- 1995-2001 - Kids Kountry written in rainbow comic sans.
- 2001-2012 - A remake of the Saul Bass design, with some alterations. This was rarely used from 2003-2007 due to most of the kiddie lands at Carwardine's properties going under the PBS Kids Neighborhood name at the time.
- 2012-present - A simplified version of the 2001 logo.
- From 2010-2011 Centerpoint Park's Kids Kountry was known as "77 Kids Kountry".
- Some parks have a country theme to their Kids Kountry area.
- Colorado Canyon's Kids Kountry has a side theme of Garfield.