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All right, so Labor Day has passed in the U.S., parks are beginning to either close or go to their Halloween events, and a lot of us are looking forward to next year. Where are you going to be? Here's the tentative plan for me and my family; it's a light year, as we're gearing up for a big Texas trip in 2019:

 

Definitely:

Silver Dollar City

Six Flags St. Louis

 

Probably:

Cedar Point

Frontier City

Kennywood

Kings Island

Waldameer

 

Possibly:

Six Flags over Texas

 

Unlikely But Would Love to Happen:

Beech Bend

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Well, 2018 is going to be a bit of a slow year for us... mainly because of the wedding, and cruise that we already have booked. But also because we are preparing for a major west coast trip for 2019. (We were hoping west coast would be 2018 but timing just won't allow that.) Anyway, our 2018 parks:

 

Defiantly:

Silver Dollar City

Six Flags Over Texas

Six Flags Great Adventure

Busch Gardens Williamsburg

Kings Dominion

Six Flags America

 

Probably:

Six Flags Fiesta Texas

 

Doubtful, but hopeful:

Holiday World

World's Of Fun

 

Yep... I think that's about it. Not very likely to change given that we aren't adding any more parks. But we might fully drop HW and WoF.

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Definitely:

Waldameer

Hershey Park (it's nice to have family members that provide us with free tickets)

Kennywood

 

Probably:

Canada's Wonderland

Darien Lake

Conneaut Lake Park

 

Doubtful, but oh how I wish:

Cedar Point

Kings Island

Kings Dominion

 

(edited as I am not incredibly defiant. I'm also not super good at this whole spelling thing)

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It is still very early for me to have any plans set in stone, but I do have some.

 

Guaranteed:

1. Lagoon

2. Knott's Berry Farm

3. Six Flags Magic Mountain

 

Maybe...:

1. Six Flags Discovery Kingdom

2. California's Great America

3. Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk

4. Gilroy Gardens

 

And there are a whole bunch of "if" parks, but I won't bother listing those.

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I really didn't do much coaster riding this summer, due to jaw surgery, so I'm planning to make up for it by visiting a few new parks next year. Having just caught the coaster bug last year, I haven't visited any other parks outside of my home parks, but I definitely want to visit Cedar Point and Kings Island next year. I've been looking at other parks around that area to visit; if any of y'all have any recommendations, I'd love to add another park or two to the list (preferably a Six Flags or Cedar Fair park, since I bought season passes for next year). If that falls through, I'll head up to NorCal to visit SFDK and CGA.

 

Definitely:

- Six Flags Magic Mountain (my home park)

- Knott's Berry Farm (also my home park)

 

Probably:

- Cedar Point

- Kings Island

- Six Flags Discovery Kingdom

- California's Great America

 

Maybe:

- Six Flags Great America

- Michigan's Adventure

- Kentucky Kingdom

- Dollywood

- Kennywood

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Besides my home park (SFA) . . . I'll also be making a couple of drives up to Great Adventure (of course, I will be springing for Gold flash pass).

 

I may also be flying out to one of the other SF parks . . . . .

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2018 is split into "pre-wedding" (07/14/18) and "post-wedding" sections for me.

 

Pre-Wedding

This time period will be very lean - we actually passed on getting season passes anywhere next year in order to save money, influenced by the idea that we wouldn't have much free time on weekends to go anywhere anyway. I may visit SFGAdv with my brother with one of his BAFF discounts, but that'll most likely be it.

 

Post-Wedding (a.k.a. "The Lynns are Going Dutch!"

One of the main reasons why we're saving money now, aside for the wedding and a down-payment on a house, is because we decided that we're going to the Netherlands for our honeymoon. We're most likely staying for 10-14 days, some of which must be dedicated to non-amusement park stuff, so I'm looking at Efteling, Walibi Holland, Toverland, and maybe Attractiepark Slagharen, but only if time allows for it. Once we're home, I plan on getting the 2019 Six Flags passes in order to get into SFGAdv for the remainder of the year, too.

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Definitely

Efteling

Toverland

Walibi Belgium

Walibi Holland

Plopsaland De Panne

Phantasialand

Movie Park Germany

 

UK TRIP

- Chessington World of Adventures

- Thorpe Park

- Alton Towers

- Drayton Manor

- Blackpool Pleasure Beach

 

SWEDEN TRIP

- Liseberg

- Kolmarden

- Gröna Lund

 

GERMANY TRIP

- Holiday Park

- Europa-Park

- Tripsdrill

 

POLAND TRIP

- Energylandia

- Legendia

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Definitely

Six Flags New England

Lake Compounce

Canobie Lake Park

Funtown U.S.A.

Palace Playland

Edaville USA

Tokyo Disneyland

Universal Japan

 

Very Likely

Silver Dollar City

Worlds of Fun

Kings Dominion

Busch Gardens Williamsburg

Six Flags America

 

Possibilities

Atlantic Beach Park

Cedar Point

Great Escape

Hersheypark

Kennywood

Kings Island

Knoebels

La Ronde

Ocean Beach Park

Quassy

Six Flags Great Adventure

Six Flags St. Louis

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Definitely

Cedar Point

Kings Island

 

Probably

Holiday World

Kentucky Kingdom

Silver Dollar City

Kings Dominion

Six Flags St. Louis

Six Flags Discovery Kingdom

 

Possibly/goals

California's Great America, as part of a visit to CA, so it might be fairly likely

Six Flags Over Texas & Six Flags Fiesta Texas, Texas trip goals

Knoebel's & Hersheypark trip, wanted to go this year but I went a bunch of other places instead!

West Coast Bash (I think unlikely for me, but I can still put it as a hope!)

Other surprise parks that might be in the vicinity/ on the way to whatever road trips I might plan! Especially Cedar Fair and Six Flags parks.

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