Geauga Lake was an amusement park located in Aurora, OH. It opened in 1887 and finally closed in 2007. The park’s name and theme were changed a few time before the park finally closed. The operator, Cedar Fair, never specifically stated the reason for closure. The park also had a water park as well, opened […]Read More My Theory on The Closure of Geauga Lake
Maxx Force is one of the roller coasters with higher anticipation for 2019. Coming to Six Flags Great America this year, Maxx Force will fill a gap in the lineup and provide a solid ride experience for guests. The coaster is known to be a triple-record breaking coaster. It will have the fastest launch on […]Read More Maxx Force at Six Flags Great America – My Thoughts
Michigan’s Adventure is a park that many people dislike due to it’s small variety of attractions. While this may turn away many guests, there are still people who visit it, and I have visited the park in 2014. I did not think 7 roller coasters was too bad at one park, considering some parks outside […]Read More Remembering Back to My Michigan’s Adventure Visit in 2014!
Someone requested this article to be made so I thought I would make a whole mini-series on it. The topic is why did Cedar Point close a certain haunted house. These types of things will definetely spark more questions, but I will try to do my best to answer this. I will start off with […]Read More Why Did Cedar Point Close Eternity Infirmary and Eden Musee? – My Thoughts
If you were not aware already, Dinosaurs Alive was an exhibit with over 50 moving life-size dinosaurs. Cedar Fair Entertainment Company, the company who owns Cedar Point, made an agreement with a company to license the attraction for 5 years. Cedar Point’s attraction opened in 2013 and I only visited it two times – including […]Read More Dinosaurs Alive and Forbidden Frontier on Adventure Island – My Thoughts
The Golden Ticket Awards were back for the 21st year and it was interesting to see which parks received awards. A list of the winners for every category is below, which is what this article will be focusing on, for your convenience/reference. CATEGORY WINNER Best Amusement Park Europa-Park, Rust, Germany Best Water Park Schlitterbahn Waterpark […]Read More Reflecting on the Golden Ticket Awards 2018!
Cedar Fair will receive two coasters for the 2019 season, Yukon Striker at Canadas Wonderland, as well as Copperhead Strike at Carowinds! Out of the two new additions, the one the most anticipated is Copperhead Strike as it is the first double-launch coaster in the Carolinas’ area. Yukon Striker at Canada’s Wonderland is a pretty […]Read More My Thoughts on Yukon Striker and Copperhead Strike – New 2019 Cedar Fair Coasters
Kennywood has a new roller coaster called Steel Curtain that will be opening in 2019! It has 9 inversions and will be the tallest roller coaster in Pennsylvania! The ride looks pretty interesting to me. My biggest complaint is the name doesn’t fit the ride well. It’s obviously themed to the Pittsburgh Steelers and that […]Read More Kennywood’s 2019 Roller Coaster – My Thoughts
Honestly, when I first heard about this new entertainment park I wasn’t too thrilled. I didn’t really look into everything that was going to be developed in the area outside of Delaware County, just outside of Columbus. What I am going to discuss in this article is the basis of what development will come to […]Read More A Unique Entertainment Park is Coming to Columbus, OH – My Thoughts
I finally got to ride the Corkscrew at Cedar Point after not riding it in 3 years. I was pleasantly surprised that I rated the ride a D, which when I rode it in July 2015, I rated it an F. Since I knew techniques to help with headbanging, it made the ride more enjoyable. […]Read More Riding Corkscrew for the First Time in 3 Years – My Thoughts