Our plan was to do both the water park and rides in one day, and this park is small enough to do most of it. The kids we brought (ages 7 & 11) wanted to spend most time at the water park, so we went there first. It's a 15-20 min hike from the gate, and by the time you change into swim suits, that'll take at least 30-40 min. I saved $3 by buying tickets online, and bought 3 All Day Dining (ADD) passes online at $29 each which include "an entree and a side every 90 min" figuring we 4 could share food, but then found out only 1 food stand in the water park accepts the ADD pass. Also, ADD pass does not include drinks or treats like ice cream. The chicken tenders basket includes 4 pieces of meat on top of a MOUND of fries or rings that we could not finish. (There is 1 salad you can order, but the plan was to share food.) When clouds moved in about 3pm, we switched over to the rides. I let the other adult and 2 kids eat at 5:30, and then I planned to get bratwurst at 7pm. When I asked at 7pm where to buy bratwurst, the park employee told me those restaurants had already closed, well before park closing time! So much for "All Day" dining. So I had a cardboard-like slice of pizza and a bread stick. The souvenir bottle of free refills is probably worth the $11 price if you bring it back to the park for a 2nd visit. Smart families were eating an early 11am lunch in the parking lot and carrying in water bottles. The park employees are mostly young and not excited about working there, but a very kind manager at Coasters restaurant let us in as she was locking the door at closing so we could order 1 more food basket, but I still lost money on the ADD plan. The grandkids had fun, so that's the important thing.
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