Sunday, April 15, 2001 9:24 AM
I have the option to go to Six Flags Worlds of Adventure, Six Flags St. Louis, or Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom. I have a family that rides any coaster under 100 ft tall and without inversions. Which Park would you recommend? Why?
Sunday, April 15, 2001 9:28 AM
Are you kidding? they won't go on anything over 100 ft tall?
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Sunday, April 15, 2001 10:28 AM
I would probably recommend SFWoA. It is generally a bit better park than SFKK and has a number of coasters that meet your family's criteria. It also has several other excellent coasters that you can ride while they go to shows or the water park. I can't really comment on SFStL since I haven't been there.
Sunday, April 15, 2001 10:32 AM
SFStL is my home park, but I really wouldn't reccomend going there if your family won't ride anything over 100 ft. All of our coasters, aside from the mine train, are over 100 ft. But if you think about it, the majority of coasters in all of these parks are over 100 ft., or they have inversions.
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Sunday, April 15, 2001 11:04 AM
LOL, that might be the easiest decision I've ever seen. SFWoA, no DOUBT. SFKK has some good coasters (TR, TS, Chang) but doesn't have enough of them. SFStL has BTR, The Boss and Freeze, but the last two might be too "rough" for them. SFWoA, without a doubt, has the best coaster lineup of them all. You can lie and say Villain is under 100ft. :) But they also have the marine side of the park, a lovely lake in the middle, free waterpark, SUE, BKF, X-Flight (for you of course). They also have Big Dipper and Raging Wolf Bobs which are under 100ft tall and are very good (well, Dipper is good, the "other" one isn't). 10 coasters, with 5 top of the line quality coasters (SUE, Dipper, BKF, Villain, X-Flight). Go to SFWoA, for sure. Maybe you can convince them to stop by CP while you're there.
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Sunday, April 15, 2001 5:07 PM