At DelGrosso's the rides aren't the big draw--it's all about the sauce. The food is so good that the park is generally as crowded on Spaghetti Wednesdays as it is on weekends.
This is a traditional small park that brings in the local crowds with its family-friendly atmopshere and low cost. The wristband includes the dozen or so rides and admittance to the waterpark. The park might not have a lot of thrills, but it sure has character.
This is a fun park if you want an afternoon with a family with young kids. The rides overall were ok with many flat rides. If you are a thrillseeker this is not the park for you. If you like a park with rides you can ride with your family for an afternoon, this is the park for you.
I recently stopped by this park with a buddy. We arrived right around 11 when the park opened, rode the mouse roller coaster, the vast majority of the adult flat rides, the train, and even each of the slides once before 2 o'clock. We took our time enjoying the park and the food and really did have an enjoyable time here. For the price, this place is great for younger kids and families alike. You will not spend a whole day here. The flat ride collection is very nice, and the water park is also pretty complete. Definitely stop by if you are in the area.
I first visited Delgrosso's in 2010 along with Lakemont which is just down the road. Things I loved about Delgrosso's is that it's inexpensive to visit, and the food is phenomenal. (Right up there with Knoebels in my mind). For the coaster enthusiasts, there's a wacky worm and a crazy mouth. While neither are unique, they fit the park nicely. There's also a section of kiddie rides, which were nicely themed in a castle area, and there's a water park. While the water park isn't big. there were slides and pool with a play area.
I have visited this park several times, but only because I live fairly close. It's a nice credit stop though, because it is cheap, no hassle, and you can be in and out in probably less than a half an hour, but grab some pizza for the road!
Overall if I had to pick one, Lakemont is a bit more ghetto but offers more for enthusiasts & families (and is much more historical).
Pros:Sauce, pizza, the food in general, very inexpensive, the indoor flatride.
Cons:not much to do for thrill seekers.
Excellent food, worth visiting on Spaghetti Wednesdays.
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