I had been to this park a couple of years ago in March when it was pretty much closed. Now however, everything was open and the apple picking was prime. My party of 3 were not there to swim or slide, just to enjoy a beautiful place on a beautiful day and take pictures. I had forgotten that the park is a homestead of fruit trees. We picked apples by the bagful. They are soooo much better than any from a store! Yes, we did climb down into the slide area to experience the rocks and photogenic views, but our favorite parts of the day were viewing the historic homestead and its packing house in full operation packing cases of apples. What a great time!
My one and only complaint on this park is that they do not honor the national park passes for disabled persons and they charge $10 to park, but they do NOT take credit cards in payment. For those of us who live exclusively on credit cards, this was an irritation.
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