I took my 2 eight year-old girls there one afternoon and for a 2 hour time period it was $25 a piece. There are 4 slides, and they wrap around and through a "volcano". They loved it! When we were there, only 3 of the 4 slides were operating. There are 1-2 lifeguards at the pool at the bottom of the slide, and most of them were a bit abrupt for my taste. They didn't give people much time to exit the pool, and if they got out and walked toward the fence to talk to someone, they were quickly scolded and told to walk to the path back toward the slide. There were very few people there, so I was surprised they were acting like it was super busy and they were trying to keep the crowd moving. In the evening from 5-7 p.m. it is cheaper, 12 or 13 dollars for sliding. My husband and I played mini golf while the girls slid. Most of the holes were slanted, as we were on a "mountain". There was quite a bit of debris on the different holes; leaves, twigs, pebbles. Some of the greens were soaking wet from the waterslide dripping down onto them, and one hole was impossible to get to without straddling a large puddle. Two holes were in the "volcano", which was cool. What's neat is as you play, you are right next to the slides, so you can see people up close as they whizz by you. Overall, it was in average condition, but a good distraction while the kids slid, and reasonably priced. There are bathrooms and a snack bar with ice cream, hot dogs, fries, and other items available. There are picnic tables, lounge chairs, and a large tent area that provides nice shade for those just watching.
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