For many years, coaster enthusiasts have debated how to rank the various Six Flags parks. The company currently owns 25 properties in total, with 15 of those being theme parks and 10 of them being separate water parks. I’ve decided to give my opinions on the main 15 parks in the chain. Each park will also feature at least one must-see attraction, with the higher ranked parks getting two or three.
There are plenty of U.S. theme park attractions to look forward to in 2022, but what about everywhere else in the world? In this article, we’ll explore 5 exciting new attractions coming to international parks in 2022.
A well-rounded list of theme parks that every enthusiast or adrenaline junkie should visit in their lifetime.
Lists have always been an integral part of Limitless Park. Who doesn’t love counting things down? That said, we haven’t written one since the beginning of 2021. To make up for this, we’re starting a new series called “12 Days of Listmas.” I’m sure something similar has been done before–I might even be stealing the “Listmas” name, but I don’t feel like checking–but this is a first for Limitless Park. For 12 days (December 13 – 24) we’ll be bringing you a brand new theme park related list, ranging anywhere from our favorite roller coasters to the different levels of “bad Six Flags food.” We’re getting creative with that last one.
On June 30th, Disney opened their latest addition to their Hollywood Studios theme park: Toy Story Land. The area features a new queue for the dark shooter ride Toy Story Midway Mania, a spinning attraction named Alien Swirling Saucers, tons of Toy Story Meet n Greets, and a counter service restaurant known as Woody’s Toy Box. The most important addition of all, however, is the new roller coaster named Slinky Dog Dash. This new Mack Rides family launch coaster is drawing in crowds from all over Walt Disney World resort, causing wait times to reach 2 hours. In other words, unless you have a fastpass or are doing rope drop, you’re going to be waiting a while to ride this thing. Is it worth it? Well, I’ve ridden it 3 times, and I’d say it is. Here’s why:
Fireworks over Cinderella Castle: an image that has become synonymous with Disney Parks and the Disney company as a whole. From 2003 to 2017, Wishes: A Magical Gathering of Disney Dreams, was the nighttime fireworks show that would wow guests every night in the Magic Kingdom. I loved this show. I have many good memories of watching it, and was sad to see it go. When it was announced that Wishes would be retired, I had a very high standard for the show that would replace it. Does Happily Ever After meet this standard? Did we the fans get an upgrade or a downgrade? Here are my thoughts: