Overall the place is just average when considering the amount of rides and the prices. It is about $27 per person to be on all the rides all day. If you have little ones, they will only be able to ride a few of the attractions, so it may not be worth it. No matter what, even if you do not go on any of the rides, you still have to pay $10 per adult or $8 per child, with no rides. I just do not understand why this is the case if you cant ride the attractions. There are no "free" things to do. Its unfortunate, because if you want to just let the kids ride, you still have to pay extra money. Then of course if you want food or play games, then it is extra. Expect the typical carnival or amusement park prices for those things.
The park itself is very clean and has plenty of people working to assist with questions. The staff are all friendly as well.
If you are gonna just have some teenagers stay there all day, then it is probably worth it. However, if not I may go against it.
One thing to keep in mind, they do offer a military discount, but you have to ask and show your ID.
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