Just when we thought the first single-rail Raptor coaster was heading to a Cedar Fair park, Six Flags Fiesta Texas announced today that they would be the first to build the new prototype, which will open in 2018!
July 9th marked my first visit to Six Flags America, a smaller theme park located in Bowie, Maryland, just 30 minutes out of Washington D.C. We only spent a few hours at the park, due to me coming down with a cold, but we were able to get on 6 of their 9 coasters. Here are my overall thoughts about the park, it’s coasters, and the overall experience you get when you visit Six Flags America.
On Thursday, July 20th, my family and I made the 5 hour long drive to our cabins up north (“up north” is northern Wisconsin, for those who don’t know). Along the way, we stopped at the small lakeside amusement park in Green Bay known as Bay Beach, which is home to an awesome wooden coaster named Zippin Pippin.
On September 5th, 2017, the Dragon Challenge roller coaster at Universal’s Islands of Adventure will permanently close to make way for an all new thrill ride opening in 2019.
Yesterday, at the 2017 D23 Expo, Disney announced numerous new additions coming to their parks and resorts across the world. Here’s a comprehensive list of everything announced at yesterday’s panel.
Walt Disney World is home to 4 theme parks with an uncountable number of attractions (well you can count them, but I didn’t want to). In honor of D23, I figured that I would count down my top 10 attractions at Walt Disney World. Now I haven’t visited WDW since October 2015, so I haven’t gotten to ride Frozen, New Soarin’, or anything in Pandora, but I do still have my favorites! Here they are: