You might need more time if you want to expreience the waterpark which is generally more crowded than the ride portion of the park. Hellcat, through numerous names changes, was good S&S wood creation when opened but has not stood the test of time. The rides may keep children under 12 excited and there is not much to keep the attention of older teens.
Clementon ranks almost as high as NYNY's Roller Coaster which means it ranks less than a zero. Park operations are horrible with employees who are truly unmotivated. Middle of summer and the log ride was down (a main reason to go) and it appeared they were not doing much to fix it. Appeared as if it had been down for a while. Hellcat was hell, it could be enjoyable and it was set up for two trains, but why with crappy operations would you even need it. The park also attracts a client base thats less than hospitable and down right scarey.
Another park that showed me an enjoyable day, but that I never plan to return to. Hellcat is a very fun woodie, though it is heavily trimmed. Flume is alright, and the Ring of Fire and drop tower (which might be gone now) were both fun. Park atmosphere is horrible- feels like a bad fair. Lake is nice though. Did not risk eating the food. I'm not sure there were any shows. Operations fit the park. If you wanna ride Hellcat, go here. If you want a really great day, go for Great Adventure or Morey's instead.
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