What good is there to say about a state-run Mexican park with 3 Chinese knock-off coasters?
The park serves more as a public park than an amusement park. There are few rides but the grounds look great. The park is spread out and makes a great setting for a family outing/picnic.
Admission including rides is very cheap (about $5), with must visitors paying more to visit the waterpark. The train ride and antique cars are scenic rides that move extremely slow and take a good chunk of time.
Food is limited in the park and the quality is spotty.
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