Dinosaur Adventure Land
A fine Myrrh League (the Baptist equivalent of Ivy League) institute of higher learning, Pensacola Christian College, can be found down the street.
 Dinosaur Adventure Land Self Promotional advertising
"Dinosaur Adventure Land is a theme park and science museum that gives God the glory for His creation. It has rides and fun-filled events and activities, each involving a physical challenge, a science lesson, and a biblical truth.
Learn about dinosaurs, principles of science, and even how to make a paper airplane that can fly over 300 feet! Handle our real, live creatures and take the Leap of Faith swing. Enjoyable and educational for all ages, it is specifically targeted for kids under a million years of age!
Be prepared to be challenged to think and to follow the Lord in the way God the Creator has planned for you. If you do not know your Creator, we will be overjoyed to introduce you to Him.
Our funny and experienced guides will lead your family or group on the tour, declaring the works of the Lord and the words of the Lord.
DAL is not an amusement park, for “amuse” means “to not think,” and we want people to think. Rather, it is an amazement park. Come and stand amazed at the truths of the Creator and Savior of the world, Jesus Christ." - D.A.L. Website
 Building permit scandal
See: Building permit for more
The first legal problems for DAL in September 2002 when Hovind was charged with refusal to get the proper permits for the park. Hovind was found in contempt of court and the park was locked up.
Eventually, Hovind agreed to pay the fines, on a legal case that cost him $40,000 for a $50 fee.
On account of Kent Hovind doing structured bank withdrawals to avoid reporting, in July of 2009 the US District Court ruled that the IRS may seize Dinosaur Adventure Land to pay for fines and the bank withdrawals associated with his structuring conviction. The IRS set the seizure date for the 15th of September 2009. Hovind's son Eric managed to raise the $380,000 and said that the government has agreed to let him purchase the seized property back. However, the government came back and offered the property for purchase at the "fair market value" of $971,000  Without enough funds raised it is unclear what the current plans are for either the park or the nearly $400,000 raised that will not go towards what was claimed.
 See also
- Dinosaur Adventure Land website
- Stupid Dino Tricks: A Visit to Kent Hovind’s Dinosaur Adventure Land
- In-depth article at Pensacola wiki