I've been wanting to check out this park for many years and may be leaving the area this summer so I took advantage of the great Father's Day offer where I got to ride for free and my son was just $15. Parking was $7. We went on 11 rides together so for $22 total I felt we did pretty well in just about a 5 hour visit. Food was more expensive due to location I guess and I am used to amusement park/concert prices but $26 for a pizza? We found a spot for a great turkey wrap made to order for $8.50, a couple slices of pizza later and cotton candy made before your eyes before we left. Most of the workers were pleasant and friendly. The park felt safe, fairly small but we did not enter the kiddie ride area, and you couldn't beat the view of Long Island Sound. After spending nearly $40 on food for 2 of us just to keep going, never close to full, we will not likely return as it's much closer and easier to visit Six Flags, Dorney Park, Seaside, and Keansburg. Some cool old dark rides like I haven't seen in decades, a good experience overall and we also discovered Knoebel's recently but that is much farther.
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