Lesourdsville Lake Information/News

Thursday, April 11, 2002 12:52 PM

It seems the park has set up an automatic email responder. The following is what the parks email responded:

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Thank you for your interest in The Great American
Amusement Park At LeSourdsville Lake. We are under
new management and will be operating for the year
2002. Here are some answers to the questions you
asked about in your E-mail. We have not set a
specific opening date as of yet, however we are
aiming for late May to early June. The ticket
prices will be as follows: Parking $4.00 at all
times, General Admission $2.95 (Senior 65 and over
and Children 4 and under are free), General Ride
Pass $14.95 (only $9.95 after 6:00pm), Ride Tickets
$1.00 (Some rides may require 2 tickets). Our hours
of operation will be as follows: May 2002 Fri. 5pm
to 11pm, Sat. 12pm to 11pm, Sun. 12pm to 9pm. June
to Labor Day 2002 Thurs. 12pm to 10 pm, Fri.-Sat. 12
pm to 11 pm, Sun. 12pm to 9pm. Labor Day to October
2002 Fri. 5 pm to 11 pm, Sat 12 pm to 11 pm, Sun
12pm to 9pm.
We will not be selling season passes in 2002, but we
may start in the 2003 season. The Screechin' Eagle,
The Serpant, and the Lil' Dipper will all be
operating this season in addition to many other new
rides, including The Music Express, The Mini Indy
(Kids), The Zipper (Teens), New 50's themed fun
house, The Swingin' Ship, and the Tip-Top Tea Cup
just to name a few.

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David Bowers
Mayor, Coasterville

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Thursday, April 11, 2002 1:04 PM
Sweet I will definitely make a trip or 2 upt here!
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Thursday, April 11, 2002 1:33 PM

I'm not a teen, can I still go on the zipper?

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everything's better with a banjo

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Thursday, April 11, 2002 2:10 PM
Sweet. There's no doubt I'm going there this summer. My mom worked there as a teen so she's going to have to swing by to point stuff out to her sons! Woo! Sweet! I'm gonna up my coaster count AND ride Screechin' Eagle. That coaster looks awesome!

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I was asked to describe X in one word. The word? -- OhmygoshwhathaveIgottenmyselfintothisisthescariest
thingintheworldhelpmeIamgoingtodieAHHHH!!!

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Thursday, April 11, 2002 3:00 PM

Any of you guys/gals been on a Tip-Top?

Your in for a treat! This ride is very rare. Strickers Grove has one but if you can't make the two days they are open, You are SOL.

Chuck, thinking a park with 7-10 new attractions for $15 bucks in going to be a hit expecially since it still has its best former attractions, Eagle, Flume, Whip, Rock o Plane and killer scrambler.

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Charles Nungester
Americana (Now called The great americana amusement park at Lesourdsville Lake) is opening in 2002. Indivdual visits are very improtant to the parks survival.

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Thursday, April 11, 2002 3:06 PM
Thanks Dave for the great news! Every week we get closer to once again experiencing this unique playground. Not to mention that huge wooden masterpiece. ;) The news that I have been getting recently about Americana is almost more rewarding than anything else this year......mostly because this is a place that could have easily slipped away for good. So those of you that didn't make time to visit, please do so. You'll be glad you did. I forsee many enthusiasts gathering there on the 2nd, if they're open. What a perfect stop following the SRM madness!

And Chuck, "killer" is an understatement! :)
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Brad Sherman
Don't.....look.....back! The Headless Horseman awaits you in 2002!
Model coasters and rides

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Thursday, April 11, 2002 3:12 PM

Arrow Guy said:
Thanks Dave for the great news! Every week we get closer to once again experiencing this unique playground. Not to mention that huge wooden masterpiece. The news that I have been getting recently about Americana is almost more rewarding than anything else this year......mostly because this is a place that could have easily slipped away for good. So those of you that didn't make time to visit, please do so. You'll be glad you did. I forsee many enthusiasts gathering there on the 2nd, if they're open. What a perfect stop following the SRM madness!

And Chuck, "killer" is an understatement!
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Brad Sherman
Don't.....look.....back! The Headless Horseman awaits you in 2002!
Model coasters and rides



Yeah, I think I am going to Lesordsville on the 2nd and save IB for our Vacation which includes SFGAM.

Chuck, who says the news keeps getting better and better :) Also consider Lesourdsville on July 5th after a July 4th at PKI and Strickers Grove. I know its hard for many but I hope all locals would at least consider this.

Chuck, who sees a train full of Enthusiast on Eagle several times this year :)

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Charles Nungester
Americana (Now called The great americana amusement park at Lesourdsville Lake) is opening in 2002. Indivdual visits are very improtant to the parks survival.

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Thursday, April 11, 2002 4:54 PM
Hopefully, I can tie this into the Stark Raven Mad weekend.... as well as many other times!!!!!

I guess the Calypso is gone.

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