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Cedar Fair Parks Accounces New Rides for 4 Parks WindSeeker

Today, four Cedar Fair parks announced a new thrillride for 2011: Windseeker! Standing over 300 feet tall, Windseeker, designed by Mondial, will take riders high in the air for a ride like no other. Knotts Berry Farm, Canada’s Wonderland, Kings Island, and Cedar Point, are the parks set to receive …

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QOTD: What’s the scariest ride you’ve ever been on?

Photo cred: Vlastula We’ve all most likely been on many, many roller coasters. But sometimes theres that one that just makes you say WOW. This brings me to the question of the day: What’s the scariest ride you’ve ever been on? Or is there one so scary that you won’t …

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Six Flags Gets New CEO With No Experience

Photo cred: ezeiza Six Flags has hired a new CEO, President, and Chairman: James Reid-Anderson. Reid-Anderson has no experience in the theme park or entertainment business, however he does have experience in getting a company out of bankruptcy. This is something that could be very helpful in the short term …

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New Country for Epcot?

Photo cred: Tom Bricker They’re might be a 12th country at Epcot soon. Rumor has it that Epcot is working on adding one more country to the World Showcase just in time for their 30th anniversary in 2012. It appears that the frontrunner for this new country is Spain. Disney …

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Water Country USA Review

  We recently went to Water Country USA to review it against other water parks on the east coast. We started the day at Aquazoid   ©2006 Busch Entertainment Corp. This is a pretty cool ride allowing up to 4 People per tube you started out by going into a …

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Griffon running again after passengers injured during storm

    WILLIAMSBURG — The five people injured aboard The Griffon roller coaster Thursday night at Busch Gardens have been released from the hospital. They were hit by a runaway 25-foot balloon, according to Busch Gardens spokesman Kevin Crossett. The passengers’ injuries included sore necks and backs and everyone was …

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No Christmas for Schlitterbahn

Photo cred: The Fickle Technologist Schlitterbahn, the famous water park in New Braunfels, Texas, will not be offering their Christmas event this year. Last month Schlitterbahn was hit by a flood that forced the park to close. Another reason that they won’t be offering the Christmas event is due to …

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Disneyland and Walt Disney World Ticket Prices Increase

Disneyland and Walt Disney World announced yesterday that it would be increasing their ticket prices, something that they have done for the past few years, despite the struggling economy. These are the new prices for Disneyland: 1-Day: Now: Adult $76 Child $68 Old prices: Adult $72 Child $62 Went up: …

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