Theme Park Review's forums have always been a place for members to share their trip reports from theme parks and attractions across the globe... And with the onset of social media, we've been given an outlet to share those reports with an even larger audience! To give you an idea of what we look for when selecting trip reports to be featured, here are a few tips.
- We're looking for strong trip reports that feature quality photos (more than just a handful) and commentary (not just pictures).
- Unique destinations or seldom-seen theme parks and attractions (past and present) are welcomed, but so are the more mainstream parks. We know the big theme parks in major destinations (Disney, Universal, SeaWorld, Cedar Point, etc...) will have more trip reports and that's not a problem--we'll pick the ones that stand out, even if there are multiple in a week.
- Construction photos updates as always welcome, provided they are taken from approved areas without breaking any rules. Please refer to our Terms of Service if you have any questions.
- Trip reports showing people breaking park rules (trespassing, going into backstage areas, taking on-ride photos or video on attractions where this isn't allowed, etc...) will not be tolerated.
- Do not ask or push for your trip report to be featured--there are no guarantees that any trip report will be highlighted.
Attached below are a few examples of trip reports we've featured on Twitter using these guidelines... They should give you an idea of some of the content we look for! Thank you for sharing your trip reports with Theme Park Review--we look forward to continuing to feature your content!