Our grandchildren love this place. Bring a stroller and water bottles for them. Smallest ones like the nursery rhyme themed activities, like the "Hickory Dickory" clock complete with the mouse, going through the (a little scary) rabbit hole tunnel, seeing where Snow White lives, etc. A little older, and they love rides, the big slide on a burlap bag, exploring the western fort with its passageways and slide and looking in the windows of the old west town to see how things were way back when. They find all this by ambling along on trails in a shady forest. To rest little legs, the indoor water feature is mesmerizing, but the dramas don't seem very engaging, especially to adults. The bigger rides are fun for older children and adults who don't expect Disneyland. This is an older, low-key, homemade place which is a pleasant tradition here in Salem. Since the food is forgettable and expensive, we prefer to bring a picnic. Our stamped hands allow us to go to the car and and bring the cooler to one of the nice, cool shady picnic spots to eat.
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