Americana may open in 2002!!!

Sunday, March 24, 2002 10:49 AM

I have been trying to find any information on the status of this small Ohio park and information is hard to come by. I have found out more about TR:TR than that of Americana. Yet the web site now says: Stay Tuned For A Special Announcemnent....And It's Good News!!!. You can see this at the unofficial web site for Americana Amusement Park at: http://www.americanaamusementpark.com/status.htm

I hope this mans that the Park will open. I have had a rumor that they are planning on a June opening. This has been rumored before and had fallen through. I hope that this will not be the case again.

Cheese

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Sunday, March 24, 2002 4:49 PM
Charles on Cbuzz got word from a worker that it would open. Either way, think of it like this; if you spent millions on a park, probably several hundred thousand dollars on upgrades and improvements, and you yout workers just "happened" to assemble rides around this time, wouldn't you want to open it? :)

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Off with the trims!
My fellow Americans; Let's Roll!
Woodencoaster.com

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Monday, March 25, 2002 1:30 AM

Update: March 14 2002: Life breathed into Americana

A member of Coasterbuzz posted his encounted with workers at Cincinnati's Americana Amusement Park which has been shut down since the end of the 1999 season. Work has been done of the Screechin' Eagle and Serpent rollercoasters and the Flying Scooter's ride tubs have been hung on the ride. One of the workers said Americana will open in June.

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Monday, March 25, 2002 3:57 AM

Chuck_E_Cheese said:

Update: March 14 2002: Life breathed into Americana

A member of Coasterbuzz posted his encounted with workers at Cincinnati's Americana Amusement Park which has been shut down since the end of the 1999 season. Work has been done of the Screechin' Eagle and Serpent rollercoasters and the Flying Scooter's ride tubs have been hung on the ride. One of the workers said Americana will open in June.

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Yup, Thats what I said.

Chuck, who says your welcome :)

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Charles Nungester

Americana is opening in 2002 and needs your support as many company picnics are already schedualed for someplace else, Indivdual visits are very improtant to the parks survival.

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Monday, March 25, 2002 10:48 AM
Wow. I guess I'm not the only one that goes to my website :)

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Off with the trims!
My fellow Americans; Let's Roll!
Woodencoaster.com

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Monday, March 25, 2002 1:56 PM

Cool, I am definitely going when it opens. I live about 2 hours from there and I've heard all this stuff about it. I even have a pic of the Screechin Eagle on my ACE roller coaster calendar. It sounds pretty cool and I can have another park to visit that's not too far away.

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Monday, March 25, 2002 2:02 PM
I've said it before, but I am still sad that I personally never heard of Americana until now. It's a surefire stop for 2002 :)

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Off with the trims!
My fellow Americans; Let's Roll!
Woodencoaster.com

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Tuesday, March 26, 2002 5:48 AM
sethman(Info) (Edit) (Quote)3/23/2002, 11:44:07 AMI completely agree with your comments, each small independent park can provide a unique atmoshpere, ride or personal attention to the customers. My summer coaster trip last year had a ecelectic mix of parks(3 independents and 6 chain parks) and I was very gratiful for it. The independent parks with great atmoshpere and nostalgia can easily break up the monotony of visiting multiple Six Flag parks in a few days. Visiting the more historical independent parks also helped to galvanize my interest in the history of amusement parks. I am hoping to plan just a small park trip including IB,HW, Big Chief's and Michigan Adventure( I still consider it a small park even though it is part of CF). That would be a lot of good wood, including 9 CCI's, thats some rreally rrealy good wood!!

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