Awesome park but under-staffing on rides and snack/beverage stations makes for unnecessarily long waits between fun times. Magic queue upgrade was helpful as the day got hotter and busier. Character meal was simple but tasty and the characters were there for probably 45 minutes, meeting each table and then leading the kids and adults alike in a dance party. Overall, a great family day of fun. Improve the staffing and it will be exceptional!
A fun park for families with young children. The park includes two kid friendly roller coasters, water play area, and other rides and attractions. The park is small for an amusement park, making it hard to justify paying the full $70 per person entry fee. I recommend looking for special offers. There are several restaurants in the park, but food is pricey and service is slow, so be sure to pack some snacks. Long lines for character meet and greets.
Really cute for toddlers and maybe a little older kids. Pretty pricey and the food situation is unorganized and expensive. The Dine With Me experience was surprisingly good, food (we did the lunch) was buffet and definitely tasted better than we expected. Parade is great. Lots of cool water rides/slides. Elmo The Musical Show is included with admission, is very cute, the kids loved it, we laughed at a few of the jokes, too. Overall, a great family experience.
Very nice place for the family. Not a ton of walking necessary to get from place to place. Food service is very slow and lines were long in some of the food locations. Not sure if sesame allows you to pack your own food, but if so I highly recommend it. The food was pretty good though just pricey like most amusement parks.
I know that the kids there don't make a bunch of money, but most of them seem to really enjoy their jobs. I have taught my daughter to say thank you and to be nice to them. They are always nice back. It also seems this year that they have updated a few things, like the life jackets for kids and even the inner tubes (about time, for the price price they charge for admission). I wish they would update the park in other ways, Elmo the Musical is not looking so new. Their shows seem to be the same year to year. It's just aesthetics. As far as the rides my 3 year old loves them, water rides included. She is still terrified of the actors in costume, but she loves running around picking what ride is next. It's great for her age and I would figure a little older too.