Despite the high admission price, the play areas don't look nice and aren't well-maintained.
There are only four slingshots available (some defective) and not enough tennis balls for all. The net designed to the catch the balls is too small and low to effectively corral them. The targets consist of faded collegiate flags - strange. Why not have colorful, interesting targets placed at varying distances?
Likewise, the archery area has four targets and only two bows available. My kids got frustrated with the long wait and ended up foregoing this activity.
The large wooden play structure is nice though there are no "tree houses" at the playground as the web site claims. The large foam insert from the punching bag had fallen out and was on the ground collecting bacteria and serving as a tripping hazard. Someone tied a thin rope above the cargo net to prevent kids from accidentally tumbling down the cargo net - my kid got a rope burn under his chin when his neck got caught on the rope.
The toboggan slides would be a lot more fun if the little ones could go farther and faster. Unfortunately they don't have enough momentum to go all the way down the carpeted ramps. The attendant was more interested in sitting and resting than giving the kids a push.
This place has a lot of potential but currently isn't up to par. My friends and I won't be going back.
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