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Review Of Kent Hovind's Dinosaur Adventureland On Yelp

SATURDAY 9/22/2018. 

Read Kathy R.'s review of Dinosaur Adventure Land on Yelp

"We saw people looking at us curiously from the cabins but no one else came to help us. This was creepy and reminded me of movies where unsuspecting victims meet their untimely demise."

I'm copying and pasting the whole thing here in case it ever is removed:

This place was deserted when we arrived. It was actually kind of creepy. 

First off it was in the middle of nowhere and there was one small sign as you go down the road to get there. 

When we pulled in it was hard to tell where to park as there was only a dirt patch and a handmade sign taped to a tree that said parking. 

There were about a dozen cabins which I supposed constituted the 'campground' but only one person came and greeted us and then promptly left. We saw people looking at us curiously from the cabins but no one else came to help us. This was creepy and reminded me of movies where unsuspecting victims meet their untimely demise. 

We went to the museum and gift shop and both were deserted though they weren't locked. 

We started walking around the grounds (I had to use the restroom) and finally after about twenty minutes a young woman came out of one cabin saying sorry,  she'd been fixing lunch. Ok I understand but what about all the other people who ignored us? I did call ahead the previous week to make sure they were open. 

Anyway she showed us around and gave us a tour of the inside of the creation science museum which was interesting. 

However the bathroom was broken and there was no way to buy anything at the store because the person who usually ran the cash register wasn't there. 

Also we were interrupted several times by people who wandered in wanting a tour or wanting to buy something, and each time the girl had to stop and go help them since no one else appeared to be working there. 

Outside there were other science activities but several were closed and my son got stung by a wasp on the slide. I know this could happen anywhere but despite the fact that the place was supposedly opened in April it seemed run down and not cared for and the fact that wasps were in the enclosed tube slide shows they aren't caring for their grounds. I sat down on some seats in the back porch and regretted it immediately as some sort of weird black powder rubbed off onto me and my clothes. 

We were very thirsty and wanted to get some water but they had none for sale so the girl went and got us paper cups with water (no ice - it was a 95 degree day) which we had to split amongst our party. 

The young woman who helped us was very nice and seemed sincere so I'm giving a star for that. But the fact that the place was deserted, there didn't seem to be any campground or access to the lake as advertised on the website, and you couldn't even find a bathroom or buy cold water or make any purchases makes me give it really low marks. The creepy atmosphere didn't help. 

We won't be back.

 

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