Ok, here is my question: I live in GSP South Carolina. I have Paramount Carowinds a hour and a half away and I have SFoG 2 hours away. I visit both parks regularly and evenly. So which is my true homepark?
I agree -- Cedar Point is definately my home park, and I live in FL! But I grew up in the Midwest and we went to CP every other year or every year, my senior class in high school went, and I worked there for 3 seasons. It will always be my home park, because walking down the midway always feels like coming home!
Also, I didn't in my first post, which I was going to, that Indiana Beach is much closer to me than Six Flags Great America, but I consider both to be my home park because I've been to both numerous times. Even when Great America was owned by Marriot :)
------------- -Glitchey Who was at BGW on April 28th.
I don't think anyone can watch CP from their house, except the people that live on the old chausse (I suck at French) by the beach. If you take that drive, instead of that by the main causeway, you'll see some nice beach houses over there. It'd be a nice place to live, but I'd imagine the crowds would get to some.
My grandparents live in a 'manufactured' community of sorts in Aurora (not Barrington, but right by there, you Cleveland people). Whenever we go, there's always enormous traffic jams on the main road outside their community. This lasts from about 9:00 Am to noon on Saturdays and Sundays. You can't see the park from their house, but it's about 3 miles away as the crow flies.
Even though I live about An hour to an hour and a half I consider indiana beach my homepark. Every summer since I was a little baby my parents would take me there every year. Now I am really attached to that buetiful place.
I used to live in Michigan but I'm in school in Colorado now and there's no way I'm going to consider Six Flags Elitch Gardens as my homepark. I still consider Cedar Point my homepark. I wish I could go right now..