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    I think we get convinced we have to “go big” to have fun. Recreation is a commodity. Thus it’s Disney, Cedar Point, an expensive water park, or nothing at all.This place is a gem. It’s small which means you aren’t beat-up from walking all day. It’s cheap. The minimum ride height is 40″ so even my small (yet brave) four year old can ride everything.Swimming, rides, playgrounds, ponds, shady picnic areas… seriously – what else could you want? Plus it’s tidy, laid-back, and everyone there was friendly and cool. A great family spot for kids 12 and under.

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    It’s a nice park, but they told my aunt my 5 year old handicapped (Cerebral palsy) cousin couldn’t swim in the kiddie pool b/c they don’t let physically handicapped in the kiddie pool, then wouldn’t let him in the adult pool b/c there’s no tube rings allowed. I seen kids getting timeouts for having shirts on & having BLUE LIPS FROM CANDY! Absolutely ridiculous. I’ll never ever go back there again.

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    This is one of the best parks I’ve ever been to, besides Sand Run in Akron, Ohio. I love hanging out here and there’s something for everyone.

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    Great place to take small kids! Reasonable prices

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    By far the best in-town park I have ever been to. There is so much to do. Just awesome.