This week I noticed the park added some shaded comfort areas for guests waiting on family members riding rides. Also they added more Cubby-hole shelfs to Wildcat to place your stuff. Six Flags is doing some awesome stuff with this park. They are showing they actually do care this time around all the changes I seen this season. WOW!! So much care put into the park.
Here is closer look at Frankie's Mine train at Frontier City's The parks 6th and newest Coaster. (Since we found out this past week through a membership park newsletter that Six Flags considers Brain Drain A Larson Looper is indeed a coaster and not a flat ride. ) The new Zamperla Family Coaster arrived a few weeks ago and is sitting in the parking lot wrapped up like a Christmas present. Construction of the ride I guess will take the next couple of weeks.
The other day I received in my email box the Frontier City Pass/Membership newsletter. One of the articles in the newsletter was about the parks Larson Looper "Brain Drain". Yup didn't take long for Six Flags to do a Six Flags kind of thing and refer Brain Drain as a Looping Coaster. The whole article was making the coaster the parks 6th coaster. All I can do is just shake my head. I knew it was going to happen sooner or later. Looks like it was sooner.
You enter your email in the log in screen then you are on the parks Wi-Fi.
New Charging Station
Bench in the charging station with outlets on each side.
The outlets each have two plugs and Two USB plugs.
The new Wild West Water Works entrance previously was know as the Emporium/Gift shop
One of the new Stars added to the possible new sign for the entrance. I'm going to like the new 3-D graphic sign.
Timbertown Frog Hopper opened up for the first time today.
The new Go Fast Pass card to replace the paper sheets used earlier this season. I have Diamond Elite so I used my two skip the line which is unmarked till you ride it then when full the Ride operator will keep the door shot.
Frontier City each week just keeps surprising me with even more updates to the park. Today noticed the park activated their park wide free guest Wi-Fi. To boot they added a shaded free mobile charging station to the the Go karts station. Wild West Water Works the parks attached small water park will have a new Six Flag-ish type of entrance. The whole 4W gift shop/emporium is getting updates inside and out. They changed up the new entry which is still under construction as you can see in the attached photo. The Go Fast Pass DE skip the line pass has changed this week to a more permanent card system. Also the Frog Hopper ride in the kids area is now open as well as construction for the kids area Ferris Wheel queue line area under construction. Each week more surprises pop up Six Flags is spending a lot of money on the newly added park.
Ground markings and stakes in a large area of the park showed up with "SF 2020 165'." Goes from the back side of the mountain (Quick Draw) To Winged Warrior Down into the Concert/Picnic Area) I say it could be a Star Flyer but why would they start construction now on a Flat Ride? Could the park be getting a coaster?
Hmmm. If it is a coaster, I wonder what type it would be. Based on past records of starting construction, I’m not sure that it’s a flat ride. But it seems like a kind of small space for a coaster, especially if it’s 165 feet (what I think it would be based on the markings). I would think it would have to be a long, narrow coaster.
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