Sundays in September when the weather cooperates are good days to get to the point. Generally there are a good number of walkons and you will find rows chained off in the stations. The highlights:
Maverick- Only one with a significant line which was 45 minutes to an hour at the peak of the day. Didn't wait that long for it. I go back to what my first impression of this ride was which was a wild mouse on steroids. Not sure if that is the best way to describe the ride, but either way it is a lot of fun.
Millennium Force- Was no more than 30 minutes. Most of the day at 15 minutes. Seemed a little slow if that is possible early in the day. As the day went on returned to the form of lighting fast and as smooth as they are made.
Dragster- Was no more than 30 minutes. Most of the day at 15-20 minutes. Yes really didn't think about the Youtube video on the net. Pretty consistent for Dragster all day. It is still one good gimmick.
MaxAir- Fun ride. Hard to describe. There are a lot of forces that seem to all work out in the end.
Everything else- Like I said you could walk on just about anything and everything else. Mean Streak gave a ride that was rougher than I have had on it for some time. Shoot the Rapids looks like it will fit in nicely.
It does seem like things are still running smoothly at this time of year and Cedar Point will let you get a lot accomplished on a day like this at this time of year.
^Shoot the Rapids is going to be an excellent addition to Cedar Point. It adds that flume ride that they have been lacking and fits into a part of the park that was kinda bare. I dont know about you but an 80 foot drop on a flume sounds pretty intense to me.
It's really not considered a flume. I would put it in the Shoot the Chutes category with a little extra.
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