Really a great place for younger kids, maybe the 5 to 10 year old range, who like rides. There are a LOT of rides the kids can go on, much more than even Disney World. We saw a pretty good diving show. No, the production wasn't up to the standards of Disney but it was still very entertaining and we loved it. My son sat in the wet zone and luckily we brought a change of clothes. We went on Memorial Day and it still wasn't crowded enough that we had to wait any more than a few minutes for anything. But it didn't feel empty either. Just right. We'll definitely be going back.
I cannot say enough about this place, it was amazing! All the employees were kind and aware of kids. When my daughter started crying they stopped to let her off, when we rode the train if a worker was walking to their next post they we're waving to the kids. We did twilight and it was just enough for our two year old and us! We had so much fun! Highly recommend!
We got 3 season passes, and one meal pass for half price on Black Friday. The season hasn't even really started yet, and I feel like we have gotten our money's worth. It's really great for my 3yr old to go and ride rides until his heart is content, without feeling obligated to stick around for the entire day. I enjoy our days at the park. The park seems to be geared toward younger kids.
A great place to take your kids if they are around 10 yrs old and under. You could possibly entertain kids up to 13 yrs old, but that would be pushing it. The food and gift shop are very pricey. But there is lots of nice shade, and the park isn’t overly spread out, so it isn’t too overwhelming for little ones. The Holiday events are very fun as well.
Best experience we have had in a while. They had lots of good rides that would fit any taste from most adventurous to the more tamed. Also the musical theater was excellent! Lots of great memories to take home.