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Donley's Wild West Town, Union
(3.7/5 based on 85 reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Wonderful selection of auction items but they also sold reproductions and didn't care to declare that so I walked out after 10 items if you can't trust the auctioneer don't go never ends up good 
  • Howdy partner! Are you lookin' for a Wild West fun for kids in a fun park? Well, you just found it! My husband, 1.5 year old, and I visited on Labor Day Weekend. + Free parking + Clean washrooms + Cha...  more »
  • We purchased our tickets from campground for $13 per ticket instead of $17. Very reasonably priced for a half days worth of entertainment for kids. All the rides and activities are geared toward kids ...  more »
Google
  • I applied here once. The interview went nice, everything seemed fine. About three days later I called the office to ask about the status about my application. As soon as I called, a nice lady answered and told me... "Yes, we need you right away! Just throw on a flannel and a pair of blue jeans, we can handle the rest." So I did exactly what she said to do. When I arrived after driving for 30 minutes, I walked into the building, the nice lady told me to walk into the park and talk to the owner of the park. I was very excited, I've been wanting to work at this park for quite a long time now. As soon as I walked in, I was greeted by the owner. The owner then said, "You call that a cowboy? none of this is good, this is useless, you're useless. Go home, and clock out." I then walked out of the park, and quit on the spot. There are friendly people here... However the park itself is extremely boring now a days, compared to when it was popular. The staff does a good job, however you can tell a lot of them don't want to be there (probably because the owner is a jerk to them..) They closed down most of the fun parts as well. (The petting Zoo, the bakery.) All in all, if you're in the mood to be yelled at by an old man, spend 16$ for basically nothing, and leave feeling insulted, this is the place for you!
  • Every year my son looks forward to coming to Donley's, however, this year may change his opinion, as it certainly has changed mine. I went on 8-16-16 and the park was half-staffed, if that, and many of the attractions did not have any employees at them. Yet, strangely enough, I was charged FULL admission for half a park. Needless to say, we were both very, very disappointed. Then on 8-18-16, while staying next door at the KOA, I hear a mower cutting the grounds at 6:45 AM. Yes, that is correct, 6:45 AM, after heavy rains the night before AND on a day in which they were not open. These experiences left me with a very bad taste in my mouth and I'm not sure we will visit next year after coming here for 10 straight years.
  • My family thought it was great but the price per person is high. Prices should be lowered, especially for children. Overall it was a great experience.
  • The people who work here are courteous and helpful. The overall atmosphere at the price point though is a bit steep.... Not a lot of bang for your buck if you catch my drift...
  • went there, fav thing was the roller coaster. I remember i didnt have my seatbelt on right after i was contemplating getting out and it came off on that bumpy part which was fun lol. Only thing i hated was that the bow & arrows were hard to use because the strings were'nt just tight enough too pull back without losing grip.