Tips at SFWoA??

Tuesday, May 8, 2001 6:21 PM
Here's the thing...I haven't been to WOA since 1985, yep that's right. I just received my SF season pass in April, saw X-Flight and the park and couldn't wait, so I'm going this weekend. Any Coasterbuzzers have some tips for these two items:

1) What portion of the park should we travel to first to get away from traffic? Or which coasters should we hit first?

2) I am taking a good friend who just blew out his Achilles tendon and is in a cast up to his knee...How can we get a handicap pass or an "exit pass" for him??

Any information would be appreciated greatly!
Thanks Buzzers!


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There's nothing like a woodie...
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Tuesday, May 8, 2001 6:23 PM
Plus any tips to where we should ride the coasters??? Like (a) Villian? Front or back...
(b) S: UE, vertical spike or twist?

Cool, thanks again!

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There's nothing like a woodie...
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Tuesday, May 8, 2001 6:39 PM
You can usally get an "exit pass" at guest relations
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Wednesday, May 9, 2001 4:43 AM
If he can't walk far, park on the (geauga Lake) side. When you walk in the gates: big dipper, S:UE, minderaser, and X-FLight will be on the right. S:UE, Serial Thriller, and Batman might not be good for your frien because your feet hand. On your right will be the Villain, Double Loop, Serial Thrill, Roadrunner's Express, Batman and Raging Wolf Bobs.


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Thursday, May 10, 2001 7:48 PM
the Villan, Double Loop, Serial Thrill, Roadrunner's Express, Batman and Raging Wolf Bobs will be on your LEFT. I guess that because SUE can only run 1 train that would be somewhere to go early.
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MOOOOOOOOOSE
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Friday, May 11, 2001 3:57 AM
But S:UE train is like 30 seats long. It rarely has over a ten minute wait because it has such high capacity.

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Friday, May 11, 2001 12:30 PM
I like the back better on Susan. Of course I like back better on just aboot every coaster except The Force (5-1). Batman is totally sweet in the back row. I suggest Susan first cause it is usually up and running and Villain never opens on time. Also get there when the gates open cause nobody comes within the first hour.

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Friday, May 11, 2001 12:44 PM

Coasting_Ohio said:
"But S:UE train is like 30 seats long. It rarely has over a ten minute wait because it has such high capacity."

1 train with 30 people in a train is not really high capacity. B&M's run 3 trains each with 32 or 36. I'm not arguing about the wait time, cause I have never been there, I am just saying.

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I'd Rather Be Riding Rollercoasters
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Friday, May 11, 2001 3:54 PM
If you want a good day with minimal waits, hit Superman, Big Dipper, and Mind Eraser early. Then, if you want, you can go on Mr. Hyde's Nasty Fall, which is an Intamin 1st gen freefall.

From there, I would head over to Villain. Batman and Serial Thriller build up crazy lines early, but die way down (Thriller can have a 45 minute wait at noon, and be a walk on at 5)

The Wildlife side offers a great 3-D movie, "Pirates 4-D" (yes, 4-D) with Leslie Nielsen. It is great.

Other than that, enjoy your day, the park has improved a lot.
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