I have terrible sentiments about my trip to this place. This is the most boring place in Conroe. The children could not play around with the animals because the space was too small and congested and most of the rides were broken and overall the day was too bad. Jed our tour guide was exceptionally rude and not accommodating with us. The spot was essentially unfilled which was weird as there were no lines and groups, it seems as if people don’t find this place attractive enough to visit. Where the experience took a turn south was the point at which we broke for lunch. Of the 6 or 7 families at the spot at the time, we were the main ones breaking for an early lunch. We had made some PB&J sandwiches and were going to eat them when the person who keeps an eye on the front work area showed us out from under their rooftop. I don’t comprehend the idea as to why they don\’t permit outside food to be eaten in that space. Under typical conditions, at noon with a full park and constrained seating, they should let people avail of this spot as it is necessary to have a comfortable place to sit and eat. I know 7 acres won’t read this and wouldn’t care a damn about my view but rather maybe a superior way to deal with this sort of situation would be. “Under typical conditions, we save this zone for individuals that purchase their food from our shop. Nonetheless, since there is nobody else here and it\’s cold and drizzly outside, I\’ll make a special case for you. Much obliged to you for coming to see us.\” This is how they should treat their customers if they want us coming back here. I don\’t get the poor client administration. This is so annoying and frustrating. We had effectively paid for 8 individuals to get in, had officially paid for 4 horse rides and 4 barrel rides, so it\’s not like we just popped in out of nowhere and needed to utilize their tables for lunch! Even if they are the main show around the local area I won\’t take my family back… I know this won\’t influence them by any means; my sporadic support is very inconsequential monetarily. I like to go to places with good customer services and they are not one of them. Likely won\’t be back, I got some group on and came here. There was scarcely any other individual here. My 4-year-old went to the bathroom and when we went inside there were 2 wasps that nearly stung us. My kid was frightened and began crying and practically wet him. My kids were scared of the Animals. The cages are designed in a way that leaves a little distance between the animals and customers which makes it scary sometimes. The playhouses region is obsolete and self-destructing. They badly need to do a makeover of the whole place.
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