Took our granddaughters for the day. They had a great time. The threat of rain kept the crowds away & the kids were able to get on the rides with very little wait time. They went on everything many times. There is something there for all age groups but i think alot of the rides, probably the majority, were geared to our young teens. They loved the thrills and challenges. Great rides. There are "cons" to the park. They don't have a special admission price for "grandparents or seniors who aren't going swim, go on rides, etc but basically are just accompanying the grandkids to watch for the day. You have to pay the going adult rate for basically having the privilege of walking around their property. The parking fee ($7.00) is not bad. Since you can't take food into the park - you are stuck buying lunch, drinks, snacks or whatever. You can pack food but it has to be left in a cooler that cost additional money to rent for the day - at the front gate so you have to go back there and eat it in a designated area. The food in the park ranks about a 1 or 2 on a scale of 1 to 10, somewhere between McDonalds, Burger King & the local "greasy spoon". Not good at all & exremely expensive but then they have a captive audience. If we lived closer, we would probably visit the park again but since it is 500 miles from home, we would not make a special trip to go there. This time we were in the area so it was a good place to take the kids.
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