No definite plans for a trip yet, but here's what I have so far:
Definitely: Six Flags Magic Mountain Knott's Berry Farm
Probably: Six Flags Discovery Kingdom California's Great America Disneyland/DCA
Possibly: Six Flags Great Adventure Kings Dominion Dorney Six Flags New England Busch Gardens Williamsburg Hersheypark (but will probably save this for 2020) Cedar Point (already went there this year, but I'd definitely be down to go again) Canada's Wonderland
As always, I will 100% be visiting SFMM, Knott's, and Lagoon since those are my three home parks. Aside from those, there definitely won't be any big vacations like we did in 2016 and 2017.
However, my friend has been itching to get to Cedar Point (he's never been), and I need to get out and ride Steel Vengeance, so a quick trip in and out of Cleveland next summer may be a possibility depending on our work schedules.
Almost Definitely: Canada's Wonderland Darien Lake Fantasy Island
Definitely: Knott's Berry Farm Disneyland Disney California Adventure Six Flags Magic Mountain
Tokyo Disneyland Tokyo Disney Sea Fuji-Q Highland Hakkeijima Sea Paradise LaQua Nagashima Spa Land Universal Studios Japan
Not planning on doing as many Japanese parks as I easily could. They will have to share priority with visiting a dozen or so landmarks from various Godzilla movies, because like, what better reason is there to go to Japan???
Definitely: Waldameer (home park, I can go get a lap on Ravine Flyer over my lunch break) Darien Lake (first time with the season pass)
Maybe: Hersheypark (My sister lives in Harrisburg and gets free tickets from Bears games) Conneaut Lake Park Six Flags Georgia (Work sometimes sends us to Atlanta for training, so it would be kind of nice to hit up a second Six Flags park)
It is going to be a lower park total for me this year as my wife and I are expecting a new baby in January. That makes park-going a bit harder.
Definitely: Universal Studios Florida Islands of Adventure Kings Island Cedar Point Knott's Berry Farm Disneyland Disney's California Adventure Magic Mountain Santa Cruz Boardwalk California's Great America Discovery Kingdom
Possibly: Sea World San Diego Belmont Park
Aaand not much else, as those trips to FL and CA are pretty much killing my vacation budget for 2019 (both money and time-off from work)
Top Ten: El Toro, Steel Vengeance, Voyage, Intimidator305, Maverick, Iron Rattler, Millennium Force, Kumba, Top Thrill Dragster, Montu
Definitely: Holiday World Dollywood ( If I don't visit before the end of the year.) Carowinds
Possibly: Kings Island Kentucky Kingdom
Maybe: Busch Gardens Willamsburg Kings Dominion
Now that I've got a nice new job, I can actually afford to start taking longer trips. I would be going to more parks but I'm also going to Vegas for my friends bachelor party and then Hawaii for his wedding. I might actually be doing Dollywood this Decemeber and if I do, I might ask my mom if she wants to go visit my aunt in Virginia in the spring 2019 and hit up BGW, KD and Carowinds on that trip. If I do that, then Kings Island and Kentucky Kingdom will be pushed back to 2020 and that's alright since Kings Island seems to be getting something big in 2020 anyways!
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