Did they have the usuial closed flat ride problem? I want to visit this place but the anxiety I encounter while in contimplation is too extreme. I fear that I will make the drive, spend the money, and half of the rides will be closed. Lately, that's why I haven't been to any SF parks. I know that it's silly, but that's the way I feel.
So maybe I will make the 6 hour trek and visit this very cool park if the rides are open.
I remember when I was there a couple years back, when they added Medusa and the flats, that most were closed. Some Riddler thing or something was closed. It spun in the air with like 4 round seats or something.
They have a mass of flats, but no one to run em.
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its sad, they better do somethin about it. they ahve had this problem for a while. Its a huge park with good rides - imagine the lines for coasters if a majority of flats were open, they would not be as bad as 2 hours.
One good thing i noticed a couple of times being there on a crowded day was that the crews kept the lines moving. Medusa and Nitro has queues that went pretty quick, thanks also to three train op.
Hey, I was there yesterday, too. Only the right side of Rolling Thunder was running when I was over there. Medusa's line, well, wasn't worth it.
Chiller was running both sides, but the line was horrendous. If the line comes out of the building, it's not worth waiting for it. I've done both sides with the laps bars, and while it makes it a much beter ride, it's not worth any wait over 1/2 hour.
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I signed up for the 2 day version of celebration. I'll hit the end of the first day and the start of the second. I was too tired driving back at 3 AM anyway. I'll probably try to hit either Coney Island or Morey's to make a weekend out of it.
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