This park was an adorable little spot just outside of some sort of neat forest. Their big coaster proved to be a fun ride, and was bigger than I expected. We rerode it multiple times. It reminded me of a really good Roller Skater. Other than that, there isn't much else. There is a credit on a beefed up Dragon Wagon, a classic car ride (With no steering), and a cute train ride.
Overall, it's nothing worth going out of your way for. It was however a perfect stop for us going from Coney Island to Knoebel's,
This park doesn't offer much for the thrill seeker but has a small collection of old school family rides that will certianly take the edge off of needing your amusement park fix. Crossbow was a pleasant surprise, a moment of air and some ok laterals but certainly not a top 20 coaster by any means. Pricing seems reasonable and the staff were friendly.
I went to this park in 2008 and just rode the two roller coasters. The park was filled with summer camps and most of the rides were geared toward kids. Looking back, I would have really enjoyed this park as a 8-12 year old, but as an adult I didn't get much out of the park.
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