This park has so many attractions it's hard to know where to start. It's a cross between a small amusement park, zoo, and nature park. It's a linear park with a wide path that is lined with waterfalls and lush jungle. Some of the waterfalls are man-made, but that didn't stop my children being impressed. There was an aviary with peacocks, a butterfly garden, a train (under construction), playgrounds, alligators, boats, reptile house, history, theaters, and food. My wife went running and I took the kids walking around. We stayed after her run and enjoyed many of the amenities. Plenty of bathrooms. Parking was right out front and free, with a parking attendant assisting in finding spots. We went on a Saturday around 11 AM and entry was free (although some things inside had a small fee).