That space may not be big enough for a big coaster, but the station for a parking lot coaster or maybe a giant flat ride is possible. What if they moved an existing ride or two there so they could build a coaster elsewhere in the park? What if they were planning on demoing the office buildings behind the games and maybe DT to creat a really large piece of open land for a huge project?
My point is that we couldn't possibly figure out what's going on just because we know that DD is being sold. For all we know, they could move Camp Snoopy in DD's place so they could build a new mega-resteruant across from Genimi.
It saddens me to see such a classic ride at cedar point to go. I think this was the real classic that was let go and not geauga lakes. It has been there since the 80s and me and a friend of mine will deeply miss the Demon Drop.
I can see them using the land for ride relocations or something of that sort. They could also be putting in new rides there like a nice flat. But what kind what it be, they have some serious ones that most of the industry has. A screaming swing seems logical, but i just dont know what kinda capacity they would need. I heard a forty seater or something, but that would be huge. Also the top spin which has been missing wouldnt be a bad move ,considering it might up capacity.
I can also see that idea of a coaster. I really mean that the parking lot isnt suffering a loss of a couple hundred spaces, plus they have extra parking lots across the street from the main one and water park, back by maggie and gemini, so its not going to kill them.
What is Kinzel thinking here, still wil be interesting to see. I hope some of the money from Hyde's goes to buy Spehn a less multicolored tie.