The rides, slides, and lines for the rides were fine. The biggest downside to the park is the food service. They have a no outside food policy, which would be fine, if they had the ability to actually serve people food. Definitely bring your own food, leave it in a cooler in the car, and have a picnic in the car. We didn't think to do that, and when it came time for lunch, we got in line behind 20 other people and started waiting. We waited in line for an hour and a half before we finally got to make our orders. When we did, we saw why it was taking so long to get any food. They would take one person's order, walk to the back where they make the food, tell them what the order was, and then sit and wait. They wouldn't take anyone else's order, and try to make more than one order at a time. They would just sit and wait until that one person's order was ready, and then they would bring it out. Then the people in the back would sit around again. Then they would take the next person's order.
We asked to speak to the manager, and they brought us their supervisor, Devin Daves. He said there was nothing they could do to make up for the hour and a half that it took to serve us. Also, when I ordered the Chicken Caesar salad, Devin started trying to talk to me from the back, and with the ambient noise, I could not hear him. So I told him, "I can't hear you" several times, until he walked to the ordering window to ask if shredded lettuce would be OK instead of normal lettuce. I told him to just make it however they make it and get it out to me because I was starving, and sick of waiting. He walked to the back and started talking to me again, and again, I couldn't hear him. So again, I had to tell him, "I can't hear you". He walked back to the window and yelled at me not to talk to him like a child. Then (this is the best part), he asked if I wanted Chicken on my Chicken Caesar Salad.
In summation, bring your own food, or suffer incompetent food service.
Cons: Food Service