Very clean, large park with lots to do with your children. Many animals roam large areas of the park, but fenced in. You can feed them through the fence. We visited in the evening and it was a perfect family outing. Small amusement rides are quite nice when lit up at dusk. There's about a half dozen rides are for young children, under age 8, I'd say. Carousel is for everyone! Cost is very reasonable, just a couple dollars per ride. Ice cream stand, clean bathrooms, and very pleasant staff manning the rides, unlike many of the folks you find at fair rides. The people enjoying the park were very pleasant. Many elderly folks talking at the picnic area eating ice cream, and young families. Very safe and enjoyable...we even whispered to ourselves, "where are the punk teenagers?" There were none, it was a classic Midwestern American small town family gathering place you don't seem to find anymore. The train area was closed in the evening. We visited it the next day and it was also fabulous. You can climb inside the huge steam locomotive and also the diesel. There was hardly anyone there, so we had the engines to ourselves and our 5 year old could not get enough of sitting in the driver's seat and asking me about every button or lever. When about to leave, find the bell down by the wheels of the diesel and ring it by hand...but be ready for every other kid to ring it non stop after they discover it....nothing like a train bell. The park is a real treasure for such a small town. Don't miss it!
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