I generally dislike high priced ticket only parks, but I like ghetto parks. I wouldn't even classify this park as ghetto and just a boardwalk park with rides. If you did more than a credit stop you could easily drop $40 for rides that you can enjoy at most carnivals. I'd hit it for a credit run, maybe one or two flats, and move on down the boadwalk.
Jenkinson's has little to no adult rides, but the boardwalk itself is a fun place. Actually, no adult rides stand out- there is one credit, a Flitzer. There is a better selection of kids ride. My second cousin adored the motorcycles, which are a nice variation on the normal car rides, with a jump and wheelie. Funhouse is alright, I wasn't a huge fan. Many fun arcades on boardwalk, with variety of prizes in claw machines. Many food options, which are generally good- I like Martel's best. Aquarium is fun as well as Mini-Golf. Deals available for combo Funhouse-Aquarium-Minigolf. In short, it's a fun place to go, as long as you are going for the boardwalk attractions- NOT the rides.
Jenkinson's Boardwalk offers the pay for tickets option. This is not useful because it is diffucult to get rid of all of your tickets. The park is very small, and it has two roller coasters. The beach is the main attraction so the park is not very modern. Niether coaster is very extreme. Credit stop definitely.
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