We went last weekend for one night stay. Although I read reviews beforehand I was suprised Magic Quest was not included in resort price..YOU PAY FOR IT. They charge $12/kid PLUS the purchase of a wand (around $20-40) just to play the game! I felt nickel-and-dimed as everything was overpriced. The waterpark was really crowded, but let up some on sunday. February is peak season though, so I don't think I would go on a busy weekend again. Also next time I would invest in the Paw Pass to save more money! Also, there are plenty of restaurants (Cracker Barrell, Wendy's, Olive Garden, etc) within 3-4 minutes of the resort, so we ate off site a lot.
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