This park is packed with people on the weekends. Lots of activities and amenities for the kids. Costs are high. Wifi only works in parts of the park.
Really nice, water park with the grands. Nice breeze in August. Rocks on the parking spot not comfy for walking but not the end of the world. Outside movie. Kids love the slides. Close enough to home we can enjoy a quick get away. Booked two or three weeks in advance, not to bad. Wifi good.
We enjoyed the park. They do nickel-and-dime you. You pay the per person resort fee for the entire week, even if some of your party only stays part of the time. Kids enjoyed the pools and play areas. One area caters to small children. I enjoyed the lazy river, and we all liked the train ride.
The park's water features are fairly nice and offer a variety of options for children from 2 - adult. However, we noted black algae growing in the entrance of the lazy river and the bathrooms were totally nasty. The camping/cabin facilities are awful. The roads are too narrow and bumpy, there is absolutely no signage instructing ways to enter or exit the park, the RV sites are mostly dirt and not maintained and all the sites are too closely spaced. They advertise that they accommodate big rigs, but the roads are almost too narrow for big rigs to navigate. When the park is fully occupied, there is no room on the roads for big rigs to move through the park. I am surprised they are allowed to associate themselves with Jellystone Parks. They fall well below the Jellystone Parks standard and are not worth the premium price they charge.
This was the perfect stop for our kids! Staff made everything for the kids without being overbearing like Disney. It was just right. We saw parades outdoor movies and had a great swim. This was probably the pennicle of our 1500mi trip.