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    My family has enjoyed this park. We found it last year and have had a great time in the water park. Yes there are not a lot of amusement rides, but on a hot summer day how can you beat the lazy river or the wave pool. Not to mention the many other options, this has been a great place for my son, he loves to take friends with him and we have always had fun. the food in the park can be expensive, but you have in and out privileges for the park and the parking lot, so go hit a local diner or whatever you like to eat and come back. Water shoes are a good idea! I’ve seen some comments about the park being dirty, that is not my experience. I have found the employees to be helpful and friendly.

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    Clementon park is to small and there are way to many people there. Clementon park out to learn something about croud control. I saw three fights there within a 90 minute period. Staff is to overwhelmed and doesn’t have a clue. Dont bother trying to get on half the rides because you will be waiting at least an hour. Dont waste your money going her. Stay on the expressway go to ocean city or wildwood.

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    I enjoy clementon park, it’s not really big and it’s not far. it’s more like a family owned place, which i like. the people there are friendly, the food is overpriced though (like every place)

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    Went to Clementon Park & Splash World yesterday and had an awesome time! There are many great rides that my kids and I enjoyed. The rides we enjoyed most were Torpedo Rush, The Ring of Fire, The Flying Pharoah (flying swings ride), and the Vertical Limit Racers. As a parent, I have to say that Clementon is about the most reasonably priced water park in the area; the admission wasn’t bad at all but what’s better is that once in the park we weren’t gouged with the high food and goodies prices found at other parks. While Clementon is a bit smaller than other area parks, it is definitely worth a visit. I think next year we will look into season passes as it’s close enough to us in Philadelphia that we can just pick up and go. I will note that the weather forecast was not good for the day but the weather held up for us; so the park was not crowded.

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    I had been going to Clementon Park for over 20 years and found it a great place to spend a day with family. Unlike Six Flags and other local amusements parks, Clementon had picnic areas and allowed you to bring in coolers, picnic baskets, and they provided grills at no extra charge. It’s not a large park, but that’s what was so charming about it…Parents and grandparents could find a nice spot in the shade and let the kids/grand-kids go off and ride without fear of them getting lost, etc.Since adding the wave pool to the park, many things have changed dramatically. You now have to pay for parking($10), when for the past 20+ years it was free. I don’t mind that so much, but now you cannot bring in coolers?! You have to either pay an extra $14.99 for a max group of 6 people or you have to have purchased a group rate for 20+ people 2 weeks in advance.The park is now way too crowded/congested, not as clean as it once was, and is too expensive to be worth the small amount of rides that they do have. Instead of keeping that old Clementon Park charm, they seem to be going in a completely different direction. A direction that, unfortunately, I will no longer be visiting to witness.