East Coast America - June 2018

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East Coast America - June 2018

Postby Toborg123 » Sat Jan 24, 2015 12:57 pm

Hello Mr & Mrs Alvey,
I am Toborg123, a new member to the forum. I enjoy theme parks and roller-coasters, obviously, and have done most of west Europe's large theme parks, as I am from the UK these are the most accessible. In 2018 my and a few of my friends are looking to expand our scope a bit and do some theme parks on the American east coast. We plan on spending twenty-days away in total. So far we have drawn up a brief schedule of the theme parks we would like to visit. We are spending fourteen days in Florida and Fourteen travelling. Below is our second draft.

Day 1: Arrival
Day 2: Animal Kingdom
Day 3: Typhoon Lagoon
Day 4: WD Studios
Day 5: Epcot
Day 6: Blizzard Beach
Day 7: MK
Day 8: Universal Studios
Day 9: Busch Gardens
Day 10: Skyplex
Day 11: SeaWorld
Day 12: Universal Islands Of Adventure
Day 13: Another Day at a park
Day 14: Another Day at a park
Day 15: Travel
Day 16: Six Flags Over Georgia
Day 17: Carowinds
Day 18: Travel
Day 19: Kings Dominion
Day 20: Travel
Day 21: Six Flags Great Adventure
Day 22: Travel
Day 23: Six Flags St Louis
Day 24: Six Flags Great America
Day 25: Kings Island
Day 26: Cedar Point
Day 27: Cedar Point (2)
Day 28: Departure

What I would like is any tips you could offer us. Are there any parks we should swap? Is there anything we are sorely missing out on? Is there any useful insights you could give us about any of these parks? What is a must and which are miss-able? Best attractions at each? Or anything else helpful. Thank you very much,
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Re: East Coast America - June 2018

Postby larrygator » Sat Jan 24, 2015 8:30 pm

2018? You might want to wait until you know what announced at parks in 2015, 2016 and 2017 before setting an itinerary for the parks outside of Florida.
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Re: East Coast America - June 2018

Postby robbalvey » Sat Jan 24, 2015 10:33 pm

^ Agreed. I'm all for helping people plan trips, but this seems like way to far in advance to really be able to do much good. Post again at the end of 2016 or 2017 when things are getting closer.

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Re: East Coast America - June 2018

Postby Toborg123 » Sun Jan 25, 2015 1:42 am

Ahhh, ok. Thanks anyway!

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Re: East Coast America - June 2018

Postby Werner » Sat Mar 07, 2015 12:44 pm

You are really traveling around the US when you leave Orlando. Don't hope you plan on doing that by car! Parks you mention are far apart, and you miss some really great parks.

I would skip some of the park and look here:



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