Cedar Point has two different maintenance shops. One of the shops is located in the park and is where maintenance is done during the season for different rides and roller coasters. It is also used during the Winter for specific types of rides. During the off-season the park does not have enough room in their […]Read More Sights of Cedar Point’s Maintenance Shops! – February 2019
On Saturday, February 23rd, I visited Cedar Point for their annual Winter Chill Out event. For a $50 donation to A Kid Again (which was the ticket price), it included a 5-hour self-guided tour of the park with 10 different experience locations. It also included lunch, and a presentation/Q&A. While I was at the park […]Read More Sights of Winter Chill Out 2019 at Cedar Point!
Winter Chill Out is an event held on the third Saturday of February each year at Cedar Point! The event gives guests the opportunity to see the park in the winter and look at the construction happenings. Lunch, a gift, and a presentation with park employees including a Q&A are also included with the tour. […]Read More Winter Chill Out 2019 at Cedar Point Trip Report/Event Review!
Cedar Point announced new additions for the 2019 season that people may not have been expecting. If you were not already aware, Witches’ Wheel, an enterprise ride at the park closed at the end of last season. Since the plot of land is not very large with Magnum and Gemini very close to the area, […]Read More Cedar Point Introduces New Festival and Food Options for 2019!
Kentucky Kingdom invited around 100 roller coaster enthusiasts to the park on Saturday, February 16th. The event is called “King Louie’s Winter Walkthrough”. At the event, guests get to see the park in the winter and what it looks like. In addition, a new attraction or addition for the year is shown with the current […]Read More King Louie’s Winter Walkthrough at Kentucky Kingdom 2019 Trip Report/Event Review
Kentucky Flyer is a new wooden roller coaster from The Gravity Group coming to Kentucky Kingdom in 2019! The coaster will be opening at the end of April which is just around 2 months from the end of February. While the contractors constructing the ride have made lots of progress, the ride is still not […]Read More Kentucky Flyer at Kentucky Kingdom February 2019 Construction Update
I had the opportunity to head to Kentucky Kingdom in Louisville, Kentucky on Saturday, February 16th to attend King Louie’s Winter Walkthrough! The event is held by the park and is limited to around 100 different enthusiasts, bloggers, and people of interest in the industry. Of course, part of the event is walking through the […]Read More Sights of King Louie’s Winter Walkthrough at Kentucky Kingdom 2019!
Six Flags Over Georgia is located in Austell, Georgia. It opened after the original Six Flags park (Six Flags Over Texas). This post will focus on describing the history of the park and how it impacted the Six Flags Chain. Ownership/Management Angus Wynne founded the original Six Flags park. He purchased land west of Atlanta, […]Read More The History of Six Flags Over Georgia – 1967-2019
Today I will be discussing my Top 10 Underrated Coasters as of February 2019. These roller coasters are ones that I have not heard high ratings for. They get a lot of hate in the roller coaster community. Personally, all rides on this list are ones that I really enjoyed and are not enjoyed enough […]Read More Top 10 Underrated Coasters In My Opinion! – February 2019
A question that can be considered based on looking at the performance of many different parks is: Are Parks Better Owned Independently or by a Company? This topic is dependent on someone’s views toward the value of an amusement park. It also affects decisions, financial plans, and other important things beyond public control. Many parks […]Read More Are Parks Better By a Chain or Independently? – Debate