Delgrosso's is a relatively small, family-owned amusement park. This park is great for family gatherings, especially if you have young kids. Not so great if you have teens or older who are looking for big thrill rides.
Admission to the park is free, but you buy tickets that you use for rides. They also have typical "carnival" type games, an arcade, and lots of places to eat here at the park.
Which brings me to the food- yum! Save lots of room to eat when you come here- the food is all locally made products- hoagies, potato salad, and spaghetti made with DelGrosso's Spaghetti Sauce are all specialities here, and they are all delicious. They also have wonderful ice cream, and other snack foods that you find at most amusement parks. There are also lots of pavilions where you can bring your own food in, and charcoal grills are available to use as well.
This is a very family friendly park, geared mostly towards little ones, so the rides are very tame. The park is kept extremely clean. There are other things to do here, too- Tipton Waterworks is a small waterpark connected to the park which requires its own admission. It has 2 huge waterslides for the big kids, and a zero entry pool with lots of fountains and sprayers for all the little ones. There is a go-cart track and miniature golf here as well.
Prices are low here, but the fun is overflowing! Great for a day trip with the family. The down side I see to this is that there really are not many hotels in the immediate area- probably about a 20-25 minute drive to those, but otherwise I would definitely recommend DelGrosso's Amusement Park!