LOL, that cabin queue is pretty livable, I'd say. And yes, it obviously looks like you can't appreciate all of the new stuff they've done, to the sides of the waterway. Depending on how you're spinning and turning, heh. But in your video, I did see several people seeing a few of the animatronics in action. Like that wolf, howling.
Canobie Coaster wrote:^ I've seen a lot of parks turn off the waterfalls in cooler months. I really wish river rapids rides were in water parks.
Gyeongju World has an interesting system in that the water park has a back gate that leads directly into the area of the theme park across from the splashdown boat and it becomes a water park ride during the hot summer months and the rapids and flume become the only water rides for the theme park guests,
Nrthwnd wrote:I am so looking forward to visiting Knott's again, in September. And Disney. And the wonderful Knott's Hotel. And Mrs.Knott's Chicken!
And here it is at its new location in Jakarta:
Coaster Count: 142 total 94 steel48 wood Favorite Steel Coaster: Skyrush at Hershey Park Favorite Wood Coaster: A tie between The Voyage at Holiday World and T Express at Everland I'm posting from a IPad so I can't enable pics/video
Nrthwnd wrote:^ So was it true, that sometimes these things "backfired" spraying water on the unsuspecting culprit? i.e. Yourself? Or did you not see this occur while you were there?
Great shot, by the way.
I visited yesterday and yes, I saw it occur. It is a very small spritz of water (imagine a squirt gun), so it won't "soak" you. Just a small surprise for some of the smaller kids messing with it!
In general, I loved the revamp. Operations were excellent (the entire queue from under the entrance sign to loading took 50 minutes). Part of this is because there are no real "cattle pen" areas of the queue, which is very nice for theming and keeping guests entertained with scenery. It all looked very well put-together, especially the log cabin portion of the queue. I'm glad Knott's did this and it was long overdue.
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