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Cliff's Amusement Park, Albuquerque

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  • we had the best time yesterday at Cliffs. Never been before but a great place for the kids and very safe, too.  more »
  • Hey...if you're looking for Universal Studios or Disneyland, you won't find it here in Albuquerque. Cliff's, though, will do the trick for kids looking for some fun. This park has all the usuals - til...  more »
  • cliff's amusement park is a pretty good smaller scale amusement park with lots to offer. BUT I was highly disappointed in having to wait over 40 min in line for the Rattler roller coaster. The lines w...  more »
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  • Cliff's is a fun place, the rides are fun, and a lot of the staff are pretty nice. Discounts are always great when they come, of course the prices are some what reasonable to be able to go here, not all the rides are open when I come, so saving a little always counts. The most unconventional thing about this place though, is the Fun Cards. The fact that you can't pay for anything here with actual cash is slightly frustrating. Why not make Fun Cards optional? Not everyone is willing to spend 20+ cash on a card they may never use again in a while.
  • My daughter went with her friends to Cliff's this weekend. I bought her pass online to take advantage of the discount and told her to take money for food. She took a $20 bill with her to buy snacks. When she went to the food area she was told she had to put money on a fun card in order to buy something to eat. She ask to put $10 on the card and was told that she would need to go to guest services to purchase. She went to guest services to purchase the card and was told by the person there that they could not put just $10 on the card. The lady told my daughter that she could not break the $20 and would have to put it all on the card. So my daughter was not able to get food because she was told they could not break a $20!?!?!? That is ridiculous. I worked there in high school and in other customer service jobs through out my life and I have never had an experience where I could not break a bill. Even if I had to be given or have given all ones, they have always been able to accommodate. I guarantee had I been with her, this would not have happened. It is unethical what you did trying to take advantage of a young teenage girl just to make more money. You ended up losing out on that money in the long run. What if my child had a medical condition like hypoglycemia. Because you refused to break a $20 you could have really caused issues. Next time break the bill.
  • I just went to Cliff's for my niece's birthday and it's fun. It's not a huge park or particularly revolutionary, but it is a really fantastic place to spend a day. Some of the rides are new and others are older, but still great. There is a bit of nostalgia and local pride that adds to the experience. It will always be Uncle Cliff's to me. A side note: The Rattler is fun, but it should be advertised as the most uncomfortable rollercoaster in the world. It's not what I would call pleasant...
  • It is a nice small amusement park that has everything you need to make for a fun day with kids. The park is laid out to maximize the space that they do have. The games have great prizes that do not require extraordinary abilities and the food that we did eat was good tasting amusement park food.
  • This is a great place to take the family for a day of fun. I'd recommend doing the water monkey's during the heat of the day and then ridding in the evening. Bring your own water and soda soda to save some dough but splurge on the food because its actually really good fair food.

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