Disney_MGM studios is a bit strange. Most of the park is Deserted, but nearly the entire capacity of the park hangsaround the Tower of Terror and Rock 'n' Roller Coaster. This is very unpleasent, as you can harldy move about. And when Fantasmic is showing!!! This is very bad design, who stupid to you have to be to realise that putting three of the parks biggest attractions right next to each other in the smallest section of the park is gonna cause major overcrowding problems. Sort yourselves out Disney!
Every park has its days, I'm sure, but I think the worst is anywhere on July 4th, or southern parks around Christmas and New Years. Disney (Magic Kingdom) gets really bad, so does Cedar Point, and so, I imagine, do many others. On a daily basis it probably depends on what you call crowded! A 20 minute wait? A 45 minute wait?
Magic Kingdom in Disney World, Orlando, Florida during April. You should see the lines for all those rides. The only ride that doesn't have a wait under one hour is either the Tomorrowland Transit Authority or The Haunted Mansion.
I would have to say either Cedar Point or Disneyworld in Orlando. The shortest wait for most rides that I've ever seen at any of those parks is around 20-30 minutes. I was at Dorney Park for CoasterCon XXIV and there was hardly any line for Talon but for Millennium Force when it was new I waited 3 1/2 hours. I understand that MF is a one-of-a-kind coaster but you at least think that any new coaster would have some kind of wait.
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Cedar Point isn't always the most crowded park. You've just got to pick a good day. I went at the end of May and the longest I waited was probably 30 minutes, and that was for Millennium Force. Raptor was probably about 25 minutes (even when it was closed for about 3 hours), and Mantis was around 20 minutes. Every other coaster was get you in get you out. There was virtually no wait on any of them besides Millenium Force, Raptor, and Mantis. Cedar Point has the best capacity, so while I didn't have to wait long, I'm sure there were more people there than many other parks where you would have to wait longer.
When I was at Magic Kingdom in Disney World, I waited 45 minutes for the car ride in tomorrowland. That was the shortest wait of the day. I left after only 4 hours and just 3 rides. It was the worst park I have ever been to. Animal Kingdom was just as bad. Epcot wasn't that bad, but those aren't the same kinds of rides. The one park that I actually liked there was MGM Studios. The lines were all 30 minutes or less and it wasn't all too crowded. I spent much of my time at DisneyQuest. That was an awesome place.
SFoG on a Saturday. I wated 45 minutes for a shuttle loop ride! To contrast, I went again on a Tuesday, and we never had to even get out of our train for re-rides on Viper and Ninja! I love it when there is practically no one at a park. It makes in 1,000,000,000 times more enjoyable.
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