The day we visited there were no movies playing, the snack bar was closed. It seemed the only activities available were the go-carts, batting cages, and mini-putt. We chose the mini-putt and it was pretty run-down, no shade trees on a brutally hot day. There was even a sign to warn kids (and parents) that the little kiddie seats dotted along the course were full of hornets nests! How about get rid of those instead of just putting up a sign? Well, hopefully this has since been rectified. Also be warned that it is a long walk for a little one needing the bathroom from the mini-putt through a small field to use the washrooms in the (closed and deserted) snack bar.
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