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For sure:

Kings Island

Cedar Point

Coney Island (First time!)

Stricker's Grove Another First)

Holiday World (Holinights)

Kentucky Kingdom

Carowinds

Kings Dominion, Busch Gardens Williamsburg, Dorney and Hersheypark as part of a CoasterCrazy Northeast trip (Check that website out its a fun little site!)

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**UPDATED**

 

For Sure:

- Busch Gardens Williamsburg

- Hershey Park

- Kings Dominion

- Six Flags Over Georgia

- Zero Gravity (Dallas)

- Six Flags Over Texas

- Hurricane Harbor (Dallas/Fort Worth)

- Schlitterbahn New Braunfels (First time!)

- Six Flags Fiesta Texas (and their water park)

- ZDT's

- Galveston Pleasure Pier

- Kemah Boardwalk

- Dollywood

 

And I think that's about it. . .

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It's the end of the season for a lot of us, and many of you early planners like me are looking forward to next year! Here's where I'm planning to go:

 

Absolutely:

Silver Dollar City

 

Probably:

Holiday World

Kentucky Kingdom

Beech Bend

Dollywood

Lake Winnie

Alabama Adventure

 

Possibly:

Knoebels

Hersheypark

Dorney Park

Six Flags Great Adventure

Morey's Piers

Make sure to stop by OWA when it opens.

Eh, not going that far south. We might end up dropping Kentucky Kingdom out of this too. It's a great place, and I'd love to go back, but it's also the most vulnerable, since I was just there last summer and Holiday World is on the itinerary too.

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JANUARY 2017 UPDATE

 

- Six Flags New England (home park)

- Canobie Lake Park (trip with friends)

- Six Flags Great Adventure (First time, with family - SO EXCITED!!!)

 

CALIFORNIA TRIP (June)

- Disneyland

- Disney California Adventure

At least one of the following:

- Knotts

- Six Flags Magic Mountain

- Universal Hollywood

- Sea World San Diego

- Legoland California

Which one should it be?

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Knott's is basically right next to Disney, so that's logistically the easiest, and the one I personally would pick if I were only able to do one. But it really depends on your group and their interests.

 

If you have small children, then go to Legoland

If you have animal lovers, then go to Sea World

If you have dark ride or show lovers, go to Universal

If you have thrillseekers, go to Magic Mountain

If you have people of diverse interests, go to Knott's

 

Hope that helps.

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For sure

Cedar Point - tickets bought!

 

Possibilities [Years indicate last visit]

Michigan's Adventure (2014)

Six Flags Great America (2005)

Indiana Beach (never)

Holiday World (never)

Kentucky Kingdom (never)

Kings Island (never)

Dollywood (never)

Beech Bend (never)

Universal parks (2016)

Fun Spot America (the one with White Lightning) (never)

SeaWorld Orlando (2010)

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For sure:

-Knott's Berry Farm

-Six Flags Magic Mountain

 

Likely:

-California's Great America

-Six Flags Discovery Kingdom

-Gilroy Gardens

-Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk

 

Long shot:

-Kings Dominion

-Carowinds

 

Add in Lagoon under "for sure" since I will be heading off to college up there. Also, Kings Dominion and Carowinds are looking much more likely since this posting!

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I don't want to go back and re-edit my post, so here's my, I believe, final itinerary:

 

Repeats:

Six Flags New England

Canobie Lake Park

 

California Adventure (First time even in California):

Disneyland/Disney California Adventure (one day for both of these - park hopper and MaxPass FTW!)

Six Flags Magic Mountain (First stand-up, flying, GCI, Intamin drop, Schwarzkopf, and Batman: TR credits)

Universal Studios Hollywood

 

Six Flags Great Adventure (First time)

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Confirmed:

 

Six Flags Great Adventure

Morey's Piers

Knoebels

Diggerland

Clementon Park

Casino Pier

Playland's Castaway Cove

Gillian's Wonderland Pier

Quassy

Lake Compounce

Kings Island

Kennywood

Coney Island (Ohio)

Canobie Lake Park

Six Flags New England

 

Possibly:

 

Lakemont Park

Delgrosso's

Stricker's Grove

Rye Playland

Jiminy Peak Mountain Resoer

Berkshire East Mountain Resort

Six Flags America

Luna Park

Deno's Wonder Wheel

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Definitely:

Cedar Point

Kings Island

Kentucky Kingdom

 

Most likely but not confirmed:

Dollywood

Kennywood

Beech Bend (1st time)

 

Hopefully:

BGW

Carowinds

KD

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Tokyo Disney for sure in late April (my third trip), wondering if Nemo will be open by then....and probably another randomly decided park.

Either Hershey Park or Bush Gardens Williamsburg when I visit my parents over the summer.

Of course a variety of Halloween trips as usual (Uni Hollywood, Knott's Scary, etc.)

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They still could have soft openings of it, before the official opening.

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Ongoing construction. I'm looking forward to this, when we get over there in 2018.

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Photos from tdrexplorer.com - Thanks!

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Absolutely

Silver Dollar City

Six Flags Over Texas

Busch Gardens Williamsburg

Kings Dominion

Hersheypark

Six Flags America

Carowinds

Dollywood

Six Flags Over Georgia

Wet 'N' Wild Hawaii

 

Well, looks like I need to update this list. . .

 

(In Order)

 

Absolutely

Busch Gardens Williamsburg

Hersheypark

Silver Dollar City

Six Flags Over Texas

Schlitterbahn New Braunsfel

Six Flags Fiesta Texas

ZDT's

Galveston Island Pleasure Pier

Kemah Board Walk

Six Flags Over Georgia

 

Yep, that's about it for this year.

 

Turns out Carowinds isn't till 2018. I had my dates confused, and we had to cancel Hawaii due to my father-in-law having a quadruple bypass. Everything else is set in stone. Can't wait to rack in a few new credits this year, and enjoy some old favorites.

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I will likely do the Northern California Parks, Kennywood, and SFNE (since JetBlue goes through Boston from Los Angeles to Pittsburgh).

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Money's getting a bit tight, so we'll see what ends up happening, but since I'm going to be doing some college visits and our family has some frequent cross-country flights for business, I might get to some out-of-the-way parks for me!

 

Definite:

-SFMM, spring break

-SFDK

 

Maybe:

-SFOT? (University of North Texas visit)

 

Blue sky dreaming, but probably not realistic:

-SFFT??? (friends down in San Antonio)

-Carowinds??? (business trips to Charlotte)

 

If any of this ends up coming through, I'll have one heck of a year, but I'm still happy to be going back down to SFMM for Twisted Colossus and the other credits I've missed!

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The three domestic road trip ideas I am considering are as follows:

 

East Coast

Kings Dominion

BGW

Carowinds

SFoG

Dollywood (and surroundings)

Beech Bend

Kentucky Kingdom

Holiday World

Kings Island

Cedar Point

Knoebels

 

California (North and South)

SFDK

SCBB

CGA

Universal Hollywood

SFMM

KBF

Disney

 

Chicagoland Mini-Trip

SFGAm

Indiana Beach

Bay Beach

 

 

Plans change, instead a one 10 day trip for the East Coast I have decided to break it into two parts and do part of it during Easter Break

 

Southeast (April 10-14)

Carowinds /Kings Dominion / Dollywood

 

Northeast (dates TBD)

Beech Bend (possibly) / Kentucky Kingdom / Holiday World / Kings Island / Cedar Point / Knoebels / Kennywood

 

California (North and South) (dates TBD)

SFDK / SCBB / CGA

Universal Hollywood / SFMM / KBF / Disney

 

Chicagoland Mini-Trip (dates TBD)

SFGAm / Indiana Beach / Bay Beach

 

Plus day trips to local parks and a Busch Gardens/Kings Dominion weekend

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This year I'll be going to Six Flags Magic Mountain semi-regularly, and maybe Disneyland, Knott's Berry Farm, Six Flags Discovery Kingdom and California's Great America at some point throughout the year. Also, in June I'll be visiting the Midwest and am excited to return to Cedar Point and Kings Island!

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