interesting, that season pass price is a little steep IMO, $120.00, Id rather get a cedar fair one for much less and enjoy all of their parks all year...but I guess it seems like a nice little park. The prices just confuse me. *** Edited 7/27/2005 2:40:05 AM UTC by P18***
mudinthevayne said: Wow, that is very high for such a small park. SFKK's is half that.
....and SFKK isn't getting a new GCII next year, are they? LOL!
It's all in fun kids. Yes, that DOES seem high to me...WA/CG was 65 bucks this year, and included both parks. HW just plain *has* more, and what with the free parking, tube "rentals", sunscreen, and soft drinks...how DOES Will do that? ;)
Compare to Paramount and CF for SP prices, Six Flags is still trying to figure out why their stock is in the hopper...Beech Bend is trying to do what Clementon seems to have succeeded with, installing a new wooden coaster which they can use to *anchor* a going regional park...of course, I think Beech Bend had more to start with, when JackRabbit went down Clementon had basically a waterpark and some flats...
I agree with you Gonch. Especially since they have gone to the POP this season. Even small parks like Clementon in NJ get away with charging 123.95 for theirs why can't Kennywood do something similar?
I can't really see that selling season passes would turn KW into the instant babysitter. I can't help to think of the possibilities if they included their sister parks as part of their pass even if it is for a price. I know I'd be on it. It would just give my wife a reason to go home and visit her family in Monessen more often. :)
I don't know how Beech Bend's plans turned into KW selling season passes thread, but so be it. I'll chime in. ;)
*** Edited 7/28/2005 5:29:55 AM UTC by Coasterfantom2***
Beech Bend is a interesting little park. It's like someone found an area of land and randomly threw in the most insane flat rides they could find. lol. I "stopped by" on my way home from the Pres Con last year. Even though I was there for 20 minutes (they were closing) I was impressed. It sorta has that "permanent carnival" feeling like Williams Grove or Lakemont, but still VERY much fun.
GCI? Yeah baby! Bring it on!
*** Edited 7/28/2005 10:34:07 AM UTC by coasterqueenTRN***