Day 1 - Six Flags Great Adventure
Day 2 - Dorney Park
Day 3 - Hersheypark
Day 4 - Six Flags America
Day 5 - Kings Dominion
Day 6 - Busch Gardens Europe
Some things that come to mind, is there a good central location between Dorney & Hershey (or KD & BGE) to look for a hotel or should I stay near one & get up early? If you were going to skip one park, would it be SFA? Which parks offer single rider lines? I know SF has the flash pass and BGE has something similar - are they worth it for single riders, do the other parks offer anything? Any other tips appreciated. *** Edited 7/1/2008 4:36:27 PM UTC by isawred77***
For KD and BGE - we usually stay in Richmond, VA
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I would combine Day 2 and Day 3 and maybe do Dorney Park on Day 2, drive to Hershey, camp at their campground and go to the park for the evening. They have a free shuttle so you don't have to pay for parking and you get in for free that night if you buy the next day's ticket.
Unless you REALLY want to ride the coasters at SFA and KD I personally would skip them both. Not impressed with either, but at least SFA has Superman, Roar and Wild One. Three excellent rides. You could combine those two parks if your efficient, neither are very memorable.
Spend a full day at BGE and drive to Virginia Beach!
Seriously, it's a pretty unassuming park but if you get to ride the Phoenix at night, it will rock your socks.
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KD seems like it would be pretty good. Especially with the new B&M - Dominator.
Camping is a possibility, it just seems like it might be too much of a hassle to keep setting up & breaking down after a long day.
Knoebels you can hit on your way to Hershey from Dorney in the same day. Do Dorney early, leave around 3-5 pm, then eat and ride at Knoebels and head to rest for your next day at Hershey! Hershey is worth the full day.
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