When I was little, I remember my Dad dropping me and my siblings off to have a fun day at white water. Now, going back, I wonder how we were able to go on anything.
I felt like there were so many things I could not take my 7 year old on. Luckily, some of the lines were not too long so we were able to go over and over.
I would not recommend bringing a baby/toddler unless you plan on skipping a lot of things and spending all of your time in the little kiddie area.
The food was way over priced, as is any theme park, but it was not great at all. The chicken fingers tasted a week old. The fries were just gross. The peanut butter and jelly sandwich was like an uncrustable. The kids pack, came with the food you picked out and a cheese stick. DEFINITELY bring some snacks.
Also, there is not really any where to park strollers unless you plan on leaving it at one spot and walking throughout the park and then coming back for it, hoping it is still there.
I will go back. But I will wait until my 7 year old is older and I will not bring the toddler. I wish I was able to go on the rides with the big raft for families, but nope. Had the toddler with us. :)
As far as the crowd...I think we went at a good time because they decided to stay open for one more week before closing up for the year. The last time I went, I had to deal with a lot of rude and inconsiderate people. It was not fun for me. And we didnt have the toddler at that time. So I guess it depends on what crowds you like and the timing.
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