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My husband visited Paul Bunyan Land as a kid and wanted to take our kids for their first visit. The other reviewers are correct...it is pricey for what you get. The rides are older and not well attended. I imagine it is difficult to staff...More
It had rained an inch and a half the night before and unbeknownst to us the rides still had that inch and a half in their kiddie rides. The kids came off the first ride soaked. We did tell someone and we saw they wiped...More
I brought my 6 year old grandson there, only to find that hardly any of the rides were attended and open. The employees there were mostly young teenagers. The cost was very expensive, I believe it was around $45.00 for the two of us to...More
We were shocked at the admission cost $21.95 per person. The rides are the same ones I road on in the 70's. Only one ride attendant for all the rides, really??? As the day went on we did see two ride attendants. The grounds are...More
My toddlers had a lot of fun here.The only thing is Inreally wanted Paul Bunyan to actually say my kids names it just generic hi and conversation.Other then that it was awesome for kids about 36 inches and had loads to do!
I'm an old farmer and was honestly surprised at the amount of junk and the lack of rides working. The animals were on healthy llamas were over hot the pig has lost over half of its hair. It was just messy and poorly organized there...More
Many of the attractions are the same as they were 30 years ago (the mine shaft where everything is crooked, the old time photos, many of the rides and of course Paul himself). I think that's what makes them so successful in an ever changing...More
Took my youngest sons' family to the park. Grandchildren, ages 2 and 3 1/2, were a bit scared of BIG PAUL, but the rides made up for it. The oldest enjoyed the rides immensely. The youngest, too short for a lot of them. It went...More