The five-acre park, climate-controlled under a pink plastic dome, is a scene Fred Flintstone would love: waterfalls, faux mountains and animated spitting dinosaurs stuck in fake tar pits. The rides here are good, though hardly white-knuckle; the best is the double-loop, double-corkscrew rollercoaster ($5), but it lasts a disappointingly brief 90 seconds. Tots will like the bumper cars, Ferris wheel and other small rides, as well as an obstacle course for creative crawling. In October, the park transforms into the pleasantly creepy FrightDome.
|Cross Street:||between W Sahara Avenue & Desert Inn Road|
|Venue phone:||702 794 3939|
|Opening hours:||10am-6pm Mon-Thur; 10am-midnight Fri, Sat; 10am-8pm Sun.|
|Price:||Admission Unlimited rides $22.95; $14.95 reductions; free toddlers. Individual rides $4-$7.|