People tend to check in during these times:
Kind of expensive. Tokens for rides are $1 each. Most rides are 3 tokens or more per person.
very fun, ice cream/treats and tokens are expensive
Nice place. Clean. Easily accessible. Expensive as hell for rides. Even with just 1 child you can burn through $100 in an hour.
indoor arcade is still dope after all these years. Two words: skee ball
Kind of expensive. But we had fun!
Don't eat the cotton candy...the staff eats it while working with dirty hands. Totally disgusting.
Buy pre sale ticket book for $50 - book comes with 120 tokens - as opposed to buying it on window for $17 per 20 tokens. Sign up for email to know when to buy!
Saturday and Sunday: all kiddie rides only 1 token between 6:00 and 7:00pm only!
No more DDR. :c
Play Frog Bog
Year round fun! Sometimes better in the "off season"!
Lost boys much.
opens at 6pm...not 4pm :-(
I like turtles.
Fridays 1:30pm - 7:00pm pay one price and ride all the rides.
Beware of rip off games in the arcade and outside. You'll waste $40 in no time. For maximizing tix, play pop a ball and deep freeze.
It's probably the only arcade in the world that someone could win a Kindle and a LCD TV.
For those who play DDR: when facing the alcove with the two machines (and Daytona USA in the middle), the DDR machine on the right gives you three songs, the one on the left only gives you two.
Fun. Something to do on a rainy day (at least the arcade part).
Free entertaiment for all ages, kids will love rides, and arcade. Adults will love Victorian Style Amusement Park. NO cost to park or enter
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