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So, I am not a huge fan of rollercoasters but was coerced onto this one by my family. It was surprisingly fun! I had some concerns that I was going to go flying off the mountain but was assured that the coasters are checked regularly...More
we wanted to take our granddaughter to feed the goats because she loves animals and thought she would get a kick out of it. It would be nice if they had Little machines outside and you could put in a quarter to get food out...More
The coasters were so much fun, and the goats were awesome too! We fed the goats via a bycycle peddling a bowl to the top of the roof! The staff is super friendly. Unfortunately, (despite all of the warning signs posted) my daughter lost her...More
This place is so unique it has to be fantastic! There is a large gift shop and an ice cream eatery in separate buildings. Lots of places to sit and enjoy the goat antics as well. Rocking chairs galore. Our whole family had a blast...More
The alpine ride was a blast. My wife and I are in our 50s and my parents are in their 70s and we loved it.
Initially bought on Groupon then the offered $5 additional rides so we went back at night.
It was a thrill...More
This Goats on the Roof location is a fun roadside stop. They offer gifts and souvenirs, homemade ice cream and fudge, gem mining, an alpine mountain coaster (closed when I was there), and goats living on the store roof. They sell cups of goat food...More
As long as you can get into the cart, all it takes is the use of your hands. This was a fun little side trip for our group of adult friends. We didn’t walk around much so I don’t know what else they had to...More
Great way for family spend time outside together . Very reasonable price and offers second ride for $5 . It goes way up mountain then you speed down FAST .... it looks like just for kids , but it’s not . We were all over...More