New ownership=admission, food, drink and everything else way overpriced. The cost of a meal was equivalent to a 3 star steak house for food that was worse than the cafeteria food I got in elementary school. We went to the park in what should be the height of their season. Customer count was about third of potential, so I guess the park is going for higher average ticket. If you go, you can expect next to nothing from customer relations if you have special needs. Spent most of the day in the park and only one associate bothered to even say hello and one other associate did smile at us. On one ride while waiting in line, my young children were subjected to one associate cursing and flipping the bird at another associate in the control booth. Only good thing, the line waits were short for the rides which many were enjoyable for the kids. Perhaps that is the new ownerships formula for success; reduce the number of customers to shorten the line waits. If so, they are following their plan to a T.