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Re: Maryland Coaster Enthusiasts

PostPosted: Sat Jul 29, 2017 8:54 pm
by djackson
Jason Maier wrote:
djackson wrote:They have a decent amount of land where the old water balloons game and tennis ball game were.


I can't recall where the water balloons and tennis ball games were?

But if I could think of a coaster to build at SFA . . . . I'd have a B&M Hyper . . . . 2 trains (red/white, black/gold) . . . . 263.2 feet high ;)


Sadly this can't be a reality because we are stuck with a boring intamin hyper

Re: Maryland Coaster Enthusiasts

PostPosted: Wed May 02, 2018 2:30 pm
by JG-77
Questions for those who have been to ocean city MD:

What are the best things to do in Ocean City with limited time (a few hours) and a limited budget (not wanting to spend too much more than $40 for a single person? I’ve been a couple times, but besides Thrashers, the Looping Star, and a Flat ride at Jolly Roger at the pier, I haven’t done too much exciting things. As of now I have no plans to visit, but I generally wind up there at least once a year.

Re: Maryland Coaster Enthusiasts

PostPosted: Thu May 03, 2018 5:40 pm
by cal1br3tto
^I see you already mentioned Thrasher's, so I guess I can't help you after all. :p

Re: Maryland Coaster Enthusiasts

PostPosted: Thu May 24, 2018 8:08 am
by alilstronger
JG-77 wrote:Questions for those who have been to ocean city MD:

What are the best things to do in Ocean City with limited time (a few hours) and a limited budget (not wanting to spend too much more than $40 for a single person? I’ve been a couple times, but besides Thrashers, the Looping Star, and a Flat ride at Jolly Roger at the pier, I haven’t done too much exciting things. As of now I have no plans to visit, but I generally wind up there at least once a year.


It depends on what you like to do. You could always go to Jolly Rogers and ride the coasters at the other location. They also have a really nice go kart park at Jolly Rogers where you can get a two hour unlimited pass for less then $50.00. They have the Life Saving Museum at the beginning of the boardwalk. Not sure if its still there but there was a free standing haunted house open all year where the old under 21 club H2O was. You could always mini golf at some of the neat mini golfs there.