It usually has a rehab just prior to the park's Winter Solace event in March and again just prior to Haunt, in mid-September.
Which means I have nothing but positive impressions of it :) My three visits to the park were 1) early enough when it was good all the time 2) Haunt 3) Solace.
I guess I've always ridden after rehabs. Good stuff.
Ooooh. And now cali is going to get another woodie in a coupla years so long as the 49ers don't try to snatch the park. ;)
On the other hand since I don't get out to SoCal much I always give it a ride just to be fair. :) It's one of the FEW rides I am sometimes willing to reride again after the first horrible experience just to see if it's improved. For anyone who loves Ghostrider, the more power to them! I respect it, but I would MUCH rather spend my time on Xcel and Monty. :P You guys can have Ghostrider. :)
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Rob Ascough said:
Of course Knott's is part of the greater Los Angeles area.
No, it's not. I'll type it again, it's located in the city of Buena Park which is part of Orange County.
The Greater Los Angeles County area does not incorporate any part of Orange County, vice versa. They're separate.
Knott's Berry Farm and Disneyland Resort are in Orange County. Universal Studios Hollywood is in Los Angeles County. Six Flags Magic Mountain is in an unincorporated area a few miles on the outskirts north of where the Los Angeles County line ends.
How close of a drive Knott's is to southermost border of Los Angeles County is a completely different matter and issue. :)
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