Sfgram feels more compact to me and gradv is more spread out. Both nitro and eltoro are better then anything sfgram has. The safari ride at gradv is my favorite ride at any park.
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SFGAM is my home park and I visited SFGAdv in September and hands down I would go to SFGAdv over my home park. Rides are much better and the food is way better as well. I really enjoyed the safari.Last edited by SatanicCoaster, Monday, January 9, 2017 3:08 PM
Great Adventure is the very worst of Six Flags design during their build everything phase. They added new things without any attention to the old and as a result the place feels at times like it's about to close for good and at times feels like one of the best park experiences in the country. It's odd.
Actually, I’d say the park layout was better in their “build everything” phase. The problem is that after the “build everything” phase was over they removed a bunch of rides and closed a bunch of paths, leaving the park with its odd layout of dead ends and empty ride spots.
Some of the older sections of the park are still really nice though. If you grab a lakeside table at Best of the West you can watch the wildlife while you eat and almost forget you’re at an amusement park.
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