Timberhawk - The new S&S?

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nasai's avatar
What Mark said is indeed true, although the people who live near the corner will complain, and in fact have spray painted on the road "do not park here." There is no legal precedent, but that doesn't seem to stop them from being buttheads. My suggestion is to drive down the parkway, and instead of turning left down the frontage road that follows I-5, keep going until you pass Timberhawk on the right, and turn at the first light. There are homes on the left. Drive to the top of the little hill, and park near here. There is a little climb up the hill on your right (where the cat tracks are), and the ground is just dirt, but walk through here, and down the hillside to the entry booths. Nobody ever complains on this side, and there is no signs saying don't park here, etc. Have fun riding The Boss, er.... I mean Timberhawk.
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My only addition to what Rob said is that if it is wet out or you have little ones with you is to use the sidewalk and walk around the fence to the parking lot it can be a soupy mess on the cat track when it is or has been raining.Mark

The more I see and hear about this ride, the more I'm thinking Mean Streak, Jr.
nasai's avatar
Mark, yes, that would be right. First time I plowed through there, my shoes sank about a foot. Not a good idea, come the rains.

Chris, keep thinking dude. ;) I think this ride most reminds me of Roar, honestly. Just a lot slower. Due to its shape and design, I can't really compare it with anything else. At least nothing I can think of.
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Hair Metal? I think not. - Click it, or lose it. ;)

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