Owned and run by the Red River Exhibition Association, this multi-purpose park is where the annual Red River Exhibitions ... More
Red River Exhibition Park
Owned and run by the Red River Exhibition Association, this multi-purpose park is where the annual Red River Exhibitions takes place. The park covers an area of about 480 acres of which only 90 acres are used during the exhibition. Public transport is available to and from the park during the exhibition period.
All the rides are old and each year they don't really introduce any new rides. Very predictable, usually crowded so the line ups are very long... Food is too expensive for small portions.
The all day pass is a rip off, sooo not worth the 40$ because it's usually too crowded so you'll probably only go on 5 different rides, all thanks to the long line ups.
I've been going to the ex every year for the past 5 years and it barely ever changes.
The Red River Ex is the best and biggest carnival that comes here every year and for the price of an ALL DAY pass it's deffinally worth it wich includes the rides,gate admission if you buy them early from Mac's
Not many people know this but there is an MIDNIGHT EXPRESS the first saturday where the gates open at 12noon then close at 12midnight but they will keep the rides going untill at least 2am or 3am
It's very awsome for those of us younger age's that don't have kids yet, Last year my husband & I left at 2am and the rides were still going.
As always the Red River Ex was alot of fun for myself and my family, especially my 14 yr old son. The fee to get in was,as always inflated as is the price of the food and treats, but this is a known fact coming into it.The ride all day package is well worth the price and this is the main reason most kids go, though my wife and myself love to visit the exhibits as well as take in the shows that are on when we are there. I recommend going if it is in your budget because there is a good time awaiting all if the ammenities are takin advantage of.
My 12 year old son had a great time, but I have to admit to some disappointment. I would have liked to have seen a few more rides. I found the choices limited. For example, there were several "fun houses", but, most people go for the exciting rides. My son found the fun houses lame. For me, I found the food pricey. For a medium pop and an elephant ear, I paid $8. To get into the park, I paid $8. I didn't begrudge the price of the bracelet, because riding all you want is the best deal. I just think that ALL rides should be covered. If you want to do the bungee ride, that is extra. As is the ride on the back of the Monster truck.
We DID enjoy the Super Dogs, and the petting zoo. The price to feed the critters was again, too high, but my son enjoyed it so much that I had to buy the food. AND, like everyone else, I enjoyed the mini donuts. I would like to see more seating, for those of us who are not riding or for those who would like to rest and perhaps have a snack.
IT is way to crowded and the park is not layed out properly. All the rides are extremely close together and the prices are through the roof. It is a once a year event it should not have such horrific prices, it should have prices to fit all classes of the city.
First of all the red river ex is one of the best amusement parks i have ever been to! The rides are a blast. i havnt had so much fun in my life until i got to go on the rides. My favourite is the zipper or the fireball! They are awesome! You should come down and see the endless fun you will have. They also have great food. Their mini donuts are my favorite you should try them! So please do feel free to come there! You will have great excitement!
I love all the rides and games and the farm and stuff at the Red River Ex. The only thing that I don't like it the price of everything. The price of the food is not worth what you get. And the price for tickets is too much.
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