Moery's Piers (sp?)

Thursday, May 30, 2002 4:50 PM
I'm visiting Wildwood this year. Any tips on what to do, crowd tips, park secrets, etc?

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Formerly known as Glenn on Coasterbuzz.
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Thursday, May 30, 2002 5:15 PM
Well Im sure AJ can help you more then me, but go right before the park opens, and get an all ride wristband. Then Go straight to Great white. I went in the middle of the summer and I had no line for anything. Just go on all the coasters, but check out the flats, especially Zoom Flume (sp)

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-Greg
Touch The Sky

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Thursday, May 30, 2002 5:29 PM

Anytime durring the day is good, and even weeknights in the late or early summer arn't bad. It's mostly overly pumped teenager like myself who roam the boardwalk, but dont actually go onto the piers.

I also HIGHLY suggest trying the two flat rides on Mariners landing, or the "middle pier". There is one, called the Storm, which is your basic topspin, but it has this special ability to move one arm foward, so you almost tilt over. Then there is my #2 flat ride ever, THE MAELSTORM. This ride is incredible. Take six B&M inverted coaster cars, place them in a hexoganal shape, attach them together from the top, so it looks like a big claw. Then, attach this to a larger support arm, which then rotates, flips, and lifts the "claw". Then, to top it off, they turn on a strobe light. One of the best flats ever.

Then, there's the coasters. The great white is good, nothing too special. Try sitting near the front for a smoother ride. Sea Serpant is good durring the day, because (if you have a wristband) they will let you stay on the coaster for an hour, if there's nobody waiting. Nor'easter, be prepared to have a headache after about 6 trips on this monster. I HIGHLY reccomend sitting towards the front on this.

If you're there for a week, pace yourself. The piers are very easy and enjoyable. Have fun!

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How much more floorless can they get?

*** This post was edited by GreatAdventureAddict on 5/30/2002. ***

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Thursday, May 30, 2002 6:58 PM

The Storm was removed this winter for an even better flat, that no one has in the East Coast. The GNE is still one of the best inverted around.

Just buy the 3 Pier passport / waterpark combo. You can use the waterpark visit on another day. And enjoy the free beach, but go to North Wildwood, to about 3rd street. Better waves.

If you are in a hotel, then get the passport in advance, and save a few bucks. FYI.

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Friday, May 31, 2002 10:44 AM
Thanks for the help. I can't wait to ride Great White. It looks like such a great ride. Anyone know any more info about the flats there?

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Formerly known as Glenn on Coasterbuzz.
Check out http://www.ckportal.zn.com

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Friday, May 31, 2002 11:06 AM
i hope to see you b/c i will be operating the great white! i went last week and the great nor easter is running horribly. its really headbangy. the sea serpeant is really smooth this year.
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Friday, May 31, 2002 12:21 PM

Coaster Kingdom, when you gonna be at Morey's Piers? And where are you staying in NJ?

I was just wondering, cause I'm gonna be making a trip out there this summer for my first time, Morey's Piers, SFGADV, and possibly SFWOA on the way there from Michigan.

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Welcome back riders, how was your ride...Enjoy your day, here at Cedar Point, America's roller coast.

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Friday, May 31, 2002 12:56 PM
They have over 80 flats, which is no small feat. They have the full range from Huss to Chance to Wisdom to Bertazzoni.
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Friday, May 31, 2002 6:07 PM

Matt, I think that instead of describing Maelstrom down to every last (crappily described) detail, just say one thing.

KMG Spin-Out

Much easier to understand, eh?

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-Kyle Brylczyk
KoRn - Untouchables, June 11th, 2002

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Saturday, June 1, 2002 8:45 AM
I don't know where I will be staying....and when my dad comes home, I will find out when we are going. Medusa7787, do you have a pic so I know what you look like?medusa7787

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Formerly known as Glenn on Coasterbuzz.
Check out http://www.ckportal.zzn.com

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Saturday, June 1, 2002 1:41 PM
Hey Kyle, do me a favor and die, k?

I reccomend NOT going on the Inverter (next to Great White). It hurts a lot, and has no amusment whatsoever.

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How much more floorless can they get?

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Saturday, June 1, 2002 6:08 PM
I just noticed something about the New Jersey (and other coastal pier) parks, why is it that Morey's seems to be the only park that seems to add "permenant" coasters. Most of the others seem to have smaller Pinfaris, mice, etc. Any ideas? Maybe weight on the piers?

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