It’s July again and that means it’s time for another road trip. This year it was decided upon that we would head out to California. This would be our longest drive yet and looking back on it, I would do it again. It wasn’t awful. Usually we tent it, but inorder to actually get to California, we...
1.) Cedar Point - Amazing lineup of rides. Coaster lover's paradise.
2.) Kings Island - Not a huge fan of the coasters here. Way too many mediocre ones. Nice park though.
3.) Valleyfair - Feels like an old Cedar Point in the present. I feel like this park is very overlooked.
1.) Great Adventure - Amazing park with the safari, El Toro and Nitro. Not a huge fan of the state or the lose article policies, but oh well.
2.) Great America - It's my home park. Some days you love it, some days you hate it.
3.) Six Flags St. Louis - Really love the retro feeling of this park...
Six Flags Great Adventure
Six Flags Great America
Six Flags St. Louis
Coney Island (Ohio)
16: Voyage, Holiday World
9: Wicked Cyclone, Six Flags New England
20: Storm Chaser, Kentucky Kingdom
5: Skyrush, Hersheypark
2: Wildfire, Kolmården
7: Outlaw Run, Silver Dollar City
19: T Express, Everland
27: Taron, Phantasialand
Yeah, it totally has the old school feel, but unfortunately, as it was built in the early 90's, it has no charm. It is a concrete playground. Still, its a fun little place. And yes, the Toboggan can go die in a hole.
I know I'm not on the East Coast anymore, but I thought I would throw in one last trip report...
This is a great little park in the middle of nowhere Wisconsin. It is a pretty small park, but has some nice old rides. It could really something new like the Kiddieland log...