What parks are you most dissappointed in?

Friday, November 28, 2003 7:17 PM
So what is the worst park you know of? Based on:

-Customer service
-Rides
-Litter
-general state of the park
-feeling of the other guests

Which park brings down the rest?

For me it would be SFMM. Dont get me wrong, they have a great coaster lineup, but I left there felling, I guess cheated. The ride ops were rude, it was pretty dirty with litter, etc., food stunck, and lines were extremely long. I waited close to the whole day for X (6 hours...it was crazy) I guess i picked the wrong time to go!

Let me know all of your opinions!

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Friday, November 28, 2003 7:39 PM
SFA (on a pretty consistent basis) and SFKK, for essentially the same reasons you mentioned (with the exception of long lines). On the positive side, SFA has S:RoS and Wild One, and SFKK has Thunder Run and Greezed Lightnin'. I don't believe I'll be making any special trips to SFKK, and though I've purchased a Six Flags season pass every year since Six Flags America opened in 99, I'm almost certain I won't be next year. *** Edited 11/29/2003 12:40:44 AM UTC by Vater***
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Friday, November 28, 2003 8:10 PM
Six Flags Worlds of Adventure. Half their rides were closed, seemed as if no employees were working that day, and all the coasters were running one train-op excluding Batman Knight Flight.
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Friday, November 28, 2003 8:14 PM
SFMM definetly! The past few times Ive gone it becomes worse and worse. The worst thing is, is that it can go really far.

The Customor service is sad becuase there are only a few nice and carring employees.

The rides have been running one train opperation on busy days. The metro and a lot of the flat rides are down.

The park smells like oil and puke mixed into one. :(

The other guest are rude and cut in line. Thank goodness they did the number thing for X.

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Friday, November 28, 2003 8:28 PM
Six Flags Great Adventure. Alomost all of the flat rides were down. (It was in July). Most of the rides that were opened weren't great. It seemed kind of rundown. The day I went it was hot and moderatly crowded. Staff weren't the freindlest. It was also the last thing I did after a two-three week vacation (so I was kind of tired).
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Friday, November 28, 2003 8:37 PM
I know that these kinds of threads with the word 'most' aren't encouraged but I'd like to here about some of these bigger parks and how they are. SFDL really isn't that big, but it is kept up well, and I always have good time. SFNE was awful because I went after Superman crashed and it was dirty. Maybe I just went on a bad day, they had some great flats though. CP..well its hard to say anything bad about that place..I love it so much

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Friday, November 28, 2003 8:38 PM
Odd , but Universal Studios. I was really dissapointed with this park , mostly anticapointed. I go to parks for rides and rides alone , and the only two that really seemed any good were BTTF and Terminator( yes MIB wasn't that great). The park was very nicely put together , but I was simply bored most of the day.

Now the park next to it......

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Just got back from Thanksgiving , Birmingham Sucks.

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Friday, November 28, 2003 9:08 PM

thepinkdoomofmonkeys said:
Odd , but Universal Studios. I was really dissapointed with this park , mostly anticapointed. I go to parks for rides and rides alone , and the only two that really seemed any good were BTTF and Terminator( yes MIB wasn't that great). The park was very nicely put together , but I was simply bored most of the day.

I think all there rides are fun. The only one I truly can't stand is Earthquake, and that's mainly just because the annoying pre-show. Favs there include Jaws, BTTF, and Terminator.

Epcot is the park I was most unhappy with. I know it's more of an "educational" expierience wrather than a thrilling one, but all you do is walk around all day and spend money. Maybe that will start to change with the addition of Mission: Space. (But then again, Epcot was not really intended to be a Theme Park to start with.)

I have been to several parks that while I was not 100% un-satisfied with, still had problems with litter and employees. *** Edited 11/29/2003 2:09:25 AM UTC by Dukeis#1***

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Friday, November 28, 2003 9:24 PM
^ Earthquake is my least fav. too(but for a different reason). The effects are soooooo cheesy.

Of course , the most fun I had all day was at Curious George's playland.:)

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Hey ^^ was my 400th post.

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Friday, November 28, 2003 10:21 PM
Six Flags Great Adventure was a big dissappointment. On paper it looks great - a diverse collection of 12 roller coasters, and the largest collection of flats. What could go wrong?

Several areas of the park really looked rundown, as said before, excluding Movie Town and Frontier Adventure (I believe that's the name). The atmosphere was lacking something and there were some parts that were fairly dirty. Also, the employees were also the slowest and rudest I've seen. Not to mention half the of the rides weren't even open and a few coasters opened late or closed early. If they would just clean up a few areas of the park with some paint, train their employees right, fixed up some of the rides and coasters, and made sure most if not all of the rides were open it would be one the best parks out there.

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Friday, November 28, 2003 10:47 PM
This type of topic creates arguments.

Closing.

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Closed topic.

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