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Sandy Lake Amusement Park, Carrollton

Categories: Theme Parks, Water & Amusement Parks
Inspirock Rating:
2.9/5 based on 80+ reviews on the web
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  • We visited with a 16, 6, &2 year old. The 16 year old was able to ride the rides that the 6 year old couldn't ride alone. About $40-60 in ride tickets should be plenty. The swimming pools weren't crow...  read more »
  • It was CRAZY busy when we went and it was 9:45 in the morning when we went. The lines were out of this world long. The food was expensive. You have to buy tickets to get into rides which weren't great...  read more »
  • I went with my children and a large group of friends. The tickets are WAY overpriced, the rides are rundown, and the place is in major need of a renovation. The staff running the rides were mostly Spa...  read more »
  • Why I give 2 stars?? Cause in the first place the rides are ok, the park as well is ok the staff friendy buttttttttttttt!! WHY DO THEY HAVE TO HAVE PONY's ALL DAY GOING IN CIRCLES??????!!! Just to ride them???? Come on!! You have a nice carrousell for that!! Poor animals under the hot weather???!!! This is not good... So sad and hopefully one day the owner Will leave them somewhere there where people can pet them or see them run free😞.. Not going again its sad to see.
  • It is so fun my sister thought I was at Six Flags when I told her about our bumper car fun! I liked the scaled- down atmosphere because we got to everything we wanted to in a day! The lines were short and we enjoyed our favorite rides multiple times. Even my teenage nephew enjoyed himself clowning around!
  • My band took us to Sandy Lake last year, and I was excited. When we got there though, all of my expectations fell. The bus was pulling in and I saw an old fashioned place. Walking in the park, there was two trees, one was labelled "gum tree" and it was covered in chewed up gum, and the other was labeled "vomit tree." I didn't see that one. The rides were okay, but really out of date. The rock-o-plane was fun, if you can figure out how to go upside down. The swings were okay, I guess. The "roller coaster" looked dumb, and so did the kiddie area. The mini-golf course is really long and un-kept. I didn't try the food, nor did I go over to the paddle boats, but I heard two girls talking about the "haunted house" ride, and how it wasn't scary. My friend got the ticket book, and didn't use them all, unlike the ticket pages, where I used them all up. Over all, I was kind of bored, but it's better then being in school all day.
  • Sandy Lake Amusement Park was fantastic. The guy at the front gate was super friendly. You have to call ahead to reserve the pavilion tables, but there are plenty of free picnic tables under huge shady trees. Lots of rides for kids. The train ride was the best. The conductor was a funny guy and he will let your kiddos take pics in the train. The staff was friendly and the place was clean. Great place to bring the family for an afternoon of fun!
  • My daughter attended a friend's 4th birthday party here and they all had a blast! Lots of great kiddie rides from generations past. We will definitely return. Be prepared for the heat as everything is outside.
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