It's Ghetto, but that gives is character. I love parks like Keansburg, ultra laid back carnival feel with employees that don't waste your time with disclaimers and safety demos. The skooters were good, the roll-o-plane hurt, and the big boy coaster has an unexpected stop at the end.
Don't count this park out of a coaster tour especially if you like ghetto parks with character.
This is a seaside park with no boardwalk, which is a little strange. Ride selection is a bit disappointing- notable rides are the Wildcat coaster, Double Shot, Loop-o-Plane and bumper cars (there's also still a Chaos). Despite the Lusse Skooters, the bumper cars still don't hold a candle to Knoebel's. Operations are frustrating- rotating operators are the norm, but with some rides requiring 2 to run it''s never too clear how long you might be waiting for a ride (ops are also impossible to id, with no uniform or nametags). Typical boardwalk food. Feels like a failing boardwalk. Fun for a day (especially with buy one get one wristbands on some weekdays), but no plans to return.
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