The train was down as was the stagecoach. Only one show was operating. The info on website was a little vague as we thought we would be able to partake of their outdoor bbq experience. On arrival we were told it was only for special occasions. You had to pay extra for the zip line. For us (adult female with Down Syndrome adult male), it would not have made sense to buy a $15 wrist band (which allows access to everything except zip line). The one show (shoot out) was good, and my brother enjoyed taking pictures in the jail, museum, next to covered wagons, etc. The real treat here was the Steakhouse, which had a guitar playing man, AND the food, which was excellent, excellent, excellent!! (I had 8 oz prime rib; he had salmon. Potatoes were tasty; we shared apple cobbler dessert, which was generous in size and very share-able.)
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