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Bedrock City, Williams

Categories: Theme Parks, Water & Amusement Parks
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2.6/5 based on 260+ reviews on the web
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  • The place has seen better days, that's for sure. We stopped for lunch, and were surprised by the prices and quality of the food. Bronto burgers were no frills, but the ingredients were very fresh and ...  read more »
  • We saw the Fred Flintstone sign saying Yabba-Dabba-Do and just had to stop to see some of our historic cartoon characters. It was fun to go to. There is also Fred's Diner as well as a campground. 
  • Cute and nice attraction. Although 10 $ are a bit several ... to return from the Canyon but there is!
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  • Very cute place that even my teenage son enjoyed (he even slid down the dinosaur!) Great price - $5. Was disappointed in the gift shop... Think they must have had rain, and with a leaky roof, had buckets everywhere and plastic covering almost all of the merchandise. Souvenirs were pricey of course. No Fred Flintstone magnets! Decided not to eat in the diner.
  • For $5 a head, I didn't expect much. You definitely get a lot more than you think, since you don't see Bedrock until you walk through the turnstile. But what you do get is something of a let-down. "Bedrock" is all rundown and faded. The "FREE train" that was advertised was not even running, the continuous string of Flinstone cartoons that was supposed to be playing in the theater was also not showing. With a little bit of work and some enthusiasm, this place could really bring in some $$$.
  • Pretty much everything is falling apart. We paid to get in and nothing worked or was broken. Probably was a neat place before it became "abandoned" looking.
  • This place has brought back my childhood memories from watching cartoons on Saturday mornings. But like memories they fade. It looks forgotten, but I'm most definitely going to be visiting this place more.
  • Definitely worth visiting on your way to it from the Grand Canyon -- assuming you like weird roadside attractions. Most everything is falling apart, so it has a semi-abandoned vibe. But it's still in good enough shape to appreciate. My four-year-old had fun on the dinosaur slide and enjoyed running around Bedrock while commenting on how creepy everything is.
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