As you make your way to the front gate, there is a plaque for the leap the dips coaster.
The park is more less a big field with some rides in it. The main reason I wanted to go to this park was to ride the leap the dips coaster and ride it I did.
Here are some pictures of the coaster. I love the stairs leading to the loading platform and the anti rollbacks.
The parks other coaster is "skyliner", and it is basicly located in center field of a baseball field.
There is also a kiddy coaster and tobbogan coaster from chance.
Some of the parks other rides.
All in all it was a nice little park. The leap the dips was a great old coaster(and I was also able to get a t shirt for $5)and the skyliner was a great suprise as well. The park can be done in an hour, and I would recomend checking it out.Not a bad deal for under ten bucks.
what you've just said is one of the most insanely idiotic things I have ever heard.
Everyone in this room is now dumber for having listened to it.
I award you no points, and may God have mercy on your soul.
I don't know why I haven't ever visted Lakemont yet, but I think I will try to visit there, and DelGrosso's next year.
*** Edited 9/19/2007 6:16:18 AM UTC by Coasterfantom2***
Lakemont is a more carnival type atmosphere. DelGrosso's complements more to the kids and the waterpark is great.
I used to ride the Twister over and over and over when little. I can still hear the ride bumping over the track! *** Edited 9/20/2007 2:52:29 AM UTC by tonymtdew***
At Lakemont, they just start it up and stop it. When I was there, I think I got a total of 2 spins on 3 rides. Front, back, left side, right side, didn't seem to make a difference. Too bad-- WG's really spoiled me.
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