Recently visited the amusement park with my family of 3 children (ages 4, 7, 9). Had an absolutely wonderful time. In terms of size, this is one of the smaller parks we have been to. What it lacks in size, it makes up for in great family fun.
The park is free to enter but you must pay to ride the rides or swim in the pools. The rides are on one side of the roadway and the water park is on the other. They are joined by a walkway over the main road that splits the two. Parking is also free.
This park is geared towards younger children but tweens should be interested as well. There are numerous rides that they will enjoy. The rides are mostly like those you would find at a fair or carnival. There are about 9 small kids rides such as flying helicopters or cars. There are also rides such as Scrambler, Paratrooper, Merry Go Round, Swings, etc. There is also a small kids roller coaster, a Crazy Mouse roller coaster for the older ones, a free fall ride, and a small train. The park has strict size requirements for most of the rides. Be prepared. If the kids don't meet the requirements, they won't be getting on. We checked the amusement park website prior to going. (Always a good idea to prepare yourself for what to expect)
We planned our visit so that we could ride the rides in the morning, eat lunch, and then go to the water park in the afternoon. It is extremely affordable and we used a coupon to receive $3 off per person. There are many affordable places for the family to eat and we were able to buy a whole pizza for about $1.75/slice. Try and find any other amusement park where you can do that. They have specials on Wednesdays where you can eat an authentic Italian meal for around $6. Although we weren't there for one of those deals, we still ate lunch for about $20 drinks included.
The water park has 3 tube slides, 2 body slides, and a large play pool for the kids. The play pool is all 18" deep and had a large tree house where the kids could climb, slide, and play. On top, there was a large bucket that dumped every couple of minutes and drenched everybody in the area. (The tree house is similar to those found at Great Wolf Lodge if you are familiar, just not as large). They also had a small slide for tots and two water mushrooms. The body slides are for the older kids but just about everyone can take part in the tube slides. There is no free form pool that you can swim in.
Once again, overall one of the best family parks we have been to. I would go back in a heart beat. Another good thing: If you have small children, they have a milk vending machine next to the pizza place.
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