Oh yeah, absolutely! I have always thought that they could use something to look at while on the ride. During Holiday in the Park, they have a bunch of cool lights on display, but during the summer it is a pretty boring ride. Glad the park is doing a lot of different things to try to improve the guest experience. Also, another thing I don’t think anyone mentioned. The park has put the Wild One ACE landmark plaque on a very nice brick podium right in front of the ride
Firebird I don’t find that rough in any row, but row 6 is easily the best with some decent airtime in a couple of spots. Roar is not going anywhere in the near future as they will continue to do in house track work. I would MUCH rather see a RMC Raptor than a RMC of Roar. The Joker at Discovery Kingdom was nothing to write home about and is no doubt the worst RMC I have ridden. Getting a compact single rail coaster and keeping a decent wooden coaster sounds a lot better to me.
Not that big. A frisbee is the largest attraction that could fit there and that is what is rumored to go there since the soil borings match the footprint for one of those rides. I honestly like frisbee flat rides MUCH more than free spins.
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