The place is BIG. The parking lots are located quite a distance from the park itself, so you either pay $12 for special parking, which is still far away or wait for a shuttle. We paid and walked. Then just as we got there, a shuttle arrived and all those people were ahead of us in line. Tickets are expensive--$62 per senior adult with tax. There are various shows within the park, but again it takes a lot of walking. The shows are free with entry. Food is VERY expensive within the park. Beverages are even more expensive. Water is over $3.00. You can't get a sandwich and drink for less than $10 to $15. Portions are small. We are seniors, but did the walking. There are some hills, but only one really steep one. There is a train you can ride free IF you want to stand in line and wait for it. If the park is crowded, prepare to wait in line for everything. We were there May, 2013 and lots of school kids were there on class trips. So, yes, it was crowded. The park offers entertainment, rides, craft demonstrations, shops, restaurants, etc. After paying $120+ for 2 seniors to enter, we spent another $30 to $40 on food and water. The nice thing is that you can spend another $48 per person and get a season pass IF you wish to return or plan to return at all during the year. It is well worth it if you do. My biggest complaint is the parking situation, but then parking is a problem everywhere you have huge crowds.