Posted Tuesday, June 18, 2002 4:43 AM | Contributed by Sheik al Squeak
Families in the market for traditional outdoor fun this past weekend seemed to find just the ticket at LeSourdsville Lake Amusement Park. Promotional pricing continued to attract families and young singles to the park to see what a new owner and management team have in mind for the Butler County site.
Read more from the Cincinnati Enquirer.
"The Future of Roller Coasters"
According to some employees, several guests had been complaining about the rides being $1 each. A few thought $1 would get you on all of them. I wonder where they got that information from.
I think it would be neat if LL could add more land, and really do some great things with the park, but I imagine it is hard with the river right there. Does anyone know how much land is at the park that is yet to be developed?
It's his turn to feast, when you ride the Son of Beast.
Holiday World, it's impossible not to have a good time
L. Kris Allen -
It sounds like you live about as far from the park as I do. I live between West Chester and Fairfield.
Do you have any idea exactly how far they are wanting to go with the park? For example, any new rides in the future? New coasters? The return of previous rides? Expansions plans? I haven't been yet, so I really wouldn't know what to suggest, but it is nothing for me to leave work and pop up there for a few hours in the afternoon to check it out. I think more than anything, I would be interested in having the park be a quality alternative to PKI. Meaning, an assortment of good quality fun rides, good food, perhaps a couple of shows. Just some things that would make me feel like I really was in an amusement park, and not just at a festival that has a roller coaster. Another major coaster would draw me away from PKI - perhaps a suspended coaster. Wouldn't have to be anything special, wouldn't need to have any inversions. But I do know there are issues with land and cost.
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