Any information would be good. Just curious if a trip up there for a day or two this weekend would be worth it. Thanks.......
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It probably isn't worth it that much because you'll wont beable to do much at all. I remember going down there for that event because the church band was taking the trip down there. It was so packed that even Revolution's line was 1.5 hours. I would say that you'll only get so far into the park and so little done. Of the fifteen coasters, don't expect toride more than 5 or 6 of them.
The good part about having X and delayja Vu is that people totally forget about Ninja, Collosus, Viper, and Gold Rusher.
*** This post was edited by Vertigo on 4/24/2002. ***
If you can, make your visit on Sunday. My niece goes to the Christian celebration and a lot of them get Twickets and go back on Saturday. IMHO, Sunday would not be as crowded but still expect waits for X and Deja Vu. I was there on Sunday, April 14th, and the regular line for X averaged over 3 hours (unless you run right up there when the park first opens). Like Soggy suggested, the Fast Lane pass is the way to ride X. We did 4 trips on X and the average wait time was 60 minutes each time (for the front row). You might wait a little less time for the middle rows. Right after opening, we went right to Goliath and got four rides in 30 minutes and the lines for Batman and Riddler's were fairly short, even tho' Batman was only cycling one train in the morning. In the early afternoon, we checked out DV and the wait was over two hours and later in the day it was still over an hour. Remember, tho', that you can only use your Fast Lane passes beginning at 11:00 a.m. and must be in line before the cutoff time, which is 30 minutes before the park closes. HAVE FUN!!
Cool. Thanks for the feedback. I noticed that the park is open until 1 a.m. on Friday, I plan on getting a season pass anyway, and was thinking about trying to go to the park at night and staying until 1. Don't know if that is such a great idea now though. I would tend to think the lines would die down a little after about 10, but maybe not. I might just go and try it out........
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