Most of the other reviewers are on target. My wife and I took our soon to be 6 year old grandson and his 9 year old brother. $10 parking and $96 for the 4 tickets left us out $106 very quickly. If we had been able to get the tickets half price on Living Social it would be been more acceptable. The dinosaurs are quite realistic and the setting is very good. I liked the fact that the dinosaurs seems to be set in a quarry with high grasses and trees that seemed to match the prehistoric setting. Althought the dinosaurs are adequate and move their heads and tails a bit, our grandchildren were bored very quickly. $3 for a hot dog OK, $3 for bottled water not OK. The 6 year old said his $5 hamburger was the best he'd ever had, but I think he was trying to salvage something from a place he wanted to escape. You could go to Space Farms and see actual animals for under $15 each and have a whole day of it. Advice: if you need to use the bathrooms, use the ones right before you go into the park. They are in a trailer and are a bit normal. The portapotties were smelly and dirty. More advice: Bring your own food and beverages to have a picnic there. They do have tables. Try to park in the shopping complex right before Field Station. We did not do this, but upon leaving we saw that others were doing this. This is especially good on Sunday when this area appeared closed. This park is probably best for children from 2-5 years old. The young people working there are very friendly and helpful.
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