This is a small park with just a few rides (boats, cars, ferris wheel, carousel, train, bus, 'horse-drawn' carriages, planes, and helicopters -- all of these just go in a circle) but that works for little ones who can get overwhelmed. The rides are wooden, original, and look like they need some updating, but that doesn't seem to deter the intended audience of kids. We were told the tickets never expire and can purchase $80 worth (which comes to $0.80/ticket) or $60 worth (coming to $1.20/ticket). It is one ticket per ride, so seemed a little excessive. We went for the all day pass bracelet for $13. After riding about 10 rides, we left for a nap and returned to ride another 10-15 rides, making this the best for the price. There is also a military discount (10% on tickets and on food) which is nice. The food was typical park food -- fried, greasy, and previously frozen. I would recommend leaving for your meal and returning later. Overall, it was great fun for our toddler, and inexpensive considering how long we were able to stay.
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