We had a group of 4 adults and 3 children, so sometimes it was hard to please everyone at once. They have a childrens area, and they make it very easy to tell which height you must be to ride each one with a sign at each the entrance to each ride. However, when it was the adults turn to ride the big roller coasters, the kids got antsy (with grandma) because of the hour long wait. It would have been better to split up for a couple of hours. Then, they have the water area. The lockers are pricey ($12) to store your dry clothes, phones, etc. But there are big rides for bigger kids, and a wade pool for younger kids. Theres also a wave pool. Younger kids have to wear life vests, but they provide them. Of course food and drinks were expensive, but they did give my mother free water in a cup at one of the hot dog shacks. I also recommend the "dinosaurs alive" exhibit. It was an extra $3 per person, but well worth it. The park also offers a 'speed pass' that allows you to go straight to the front of those long lines for certain roller coasters, but they are limited, and are also an extra $60 pp. We went on a weekday, so it wasn't needed. Plan to stay all day if you want to do everything, and bring snacks.
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