In the summer of 2020, a series of markers were placed around Kings Island that started beside Invertigo and stretched beyond the Timberwolf Amphitheater complex. The discussion of the markers later ceased as it was described by the park as being part of a “utility improvement”. During this past weekend’s Passholder Previews, work could be […]
Silver Dollar City has recently re-opened for the 2021 season. The park, coming off the recent success of Mystic River Falls appears to have more projects in line. Construction walls have gone up around the exterior portions of Fireman’s Landing. The walls are crudely built, with trees poking through holes in the wall, perhaps in […]
Back in 2005, one of the most devastating hurricanes in history touched down in New Orleans. One of the sites in its path of destruction was Six Flags New Orleans — which closed in August of 2005 in preparation for the storm and never re-opened after hurricane Katrina flooded the 250 acre theme park. After […]
The Beach Waterpark has been quiet for nearly all of 2020. Having last operated in 2019, many wondered what would happen to the water park and the surrounding land. In the last few weeks, there has been progress in reviving the area, but not as a waterpark… In March of 2021, a new proposal for […]
The process of building a roller coaster is a drawn out process that usually takes several years. While the planning, alterations, and designing of the coaster happens in park offices, the most dramatic and recognized stages of the procedure is the physical construction. Generally the coasters are built while parks are closed, but more and […]
Last week, the Columbus Zoo shocked the amusement industry announcing their second roller coaster, Tidal Twist. The ride, manufactured by Zamperla, is a standard Twister 420STD coaster. A unique feature of this ride is the cars becoming unlocked for the entire second half of the ride, causing the cars to free spin. The ride has […]
Rain Waterpark has been a staple of the Thirsty Pony restaurant and an icon at the entryway to Cedar Point. After sitting abandoned for a few years, rumors swirled about an impending demolition. The demolition of the waterpark began today with the removal of the waterslides. Each fiberglass piece of the two slides was detached, […]
Ever since the demolition of Redwood Falls at the Columbus Zoo, guests have been asking if anything would replace the former log flume. While a few teases and potential “twists” were offered, folks eagerly waited for an official announcement. The Columbus Zoo surprised many today by announcing their second coaster, Tidal Twist. The announcement was […]
Starting in June, Kings Island guests, vacationers, and RV travelers alike will be able to stay at Camp Cedar — a new $27 million dollar luxury outdoor resort just minutes away from the park. Reservations for summer stays are now available and season passholders get exclusive rates! Reservations for RV Sites and Cottages can now […]
While Jurassic World VelociCoaster has been in development since January 2019, it’s finally official — Universal Studios Orlando will debut their new roller coaster on Thursday, June 10! Thrill-seekers will have the opportunity to soar 155 feet in the air and catapult up to 70 mph alongside a ferocious Velociraptor pack as Universal Orlando opens Jurassic World […]
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