We have made our final plans, and booked our trips for 2019. Looks like I left out a few parks. So here is an updated list!
- Knoebels - Hershey Park - Phantasialand (The park I am most excited about visiting in 2019!) - Busch Gardens Tampa - Adventure Island - Sea World Orlando - Aquatica - Magic Kingdom - Animal Kingdom - Hollywood Studios - EPOCT - Six Flags Over Texas - And of course SDC a few times!
This year ended up turning into a much busier theme park year than we were expecting.
My home park is Six Flags Great America, so of course I'll be visiting there several times throughout the year, especially with Maxx Force!
The biggest trip I'm doing this year (and is 100% confirmed!) is in March for my Spring Break. 3 days at Disney, 1 day at Universal, plus all three Fun Spots, SeaWorld, Busch Gardens, and SFOG!
Then in mid-June, I'm hitting Silver Dollar City for the first time ever, and throughout the summer plan to visit some parks I haven't visited yet but are still nearby like Michigan's Adventure, Worlds of Fun, Valleyfair, Adventureland, etc.
In July, I'm probably gonna be visiting the Colorado parks because I have family there, and though it's not confirmed, there's a family reunion in Portland, so I'm gonna try to hit the two parks in Oregon, plus maybe side trips to Silverwood, PNE, etc.
DoinItForTheFame wrote:We have made our final plans, and booked our trips for 2019. - Hershey Park - Phantasialand (The park I am most excited about visiting in 2019!) - Busch Gardens Tampa
You're going to Germany but only doing Phantasialand? No EGF or Europa?
OK so I have come up with some more concrete planning.
This is 100% happening: Carowinds, Cedar Point, Kennywood. 3 Parks 3 days. Only question is will I tack on SFoG to make it 4 in 4.
These will also happen: Busch Gardens Tampa Universal Studios
If WCB happens this year I am deff doing and will do CGA, SFDK, SFMM and KBF If it doesnt happen I will most likely still go so I am 90% this plan is happening
Ideas Im mulling around: One off parks that are not too convenient (as in not in FL and not easily roped into part of a larger trip) that I may just go to and back. Ideas are Dollywood, SF Great America or perhaps a KD/Busch Gardens mini VA trip
Top 10 Steel: Steel Vengeance, Wicked Cyclone, Fury 325, Millennium Force, Storm Chaser, Skyrush, Maverick, Goliath (SFoG), I305, Lightning Run Top 10 Wood: Voyage, Phoenix, El Toro, Boulder Dash, Mystic Timbers, Lightning Racer, Grizzly (KD), Legend, Raven, Beast
100% sure to come: -Walibi Holland -Toverland -Phantasialand -Bobbejaanland
90% sure to come: -Gardaland - Mirabilandia
It's a nice regular year for me, that's okay for me after the wacky 2018 year.
Roller Coaster Traveler3Bross Parks of 2018: Efteling, Phantasialand, Walibi Holland, Skyline park, Europa Park, Walibi Belgium, Toverland, Thorpe Park, Alton Towers, Blackpool Pleasure Beach 2018 Rides: Fenix (Toverland), Tiki Waka (Walibi Belgium), Wicker Man (Alton Towers), Icon (Blackpool Pleasure Beach).
Home parks: BGT SWO FunSpot Orlando FunSpot Kissimee HS EPCOT AK MK (Not sure if I'll get to IOA or Universal Studios) Wild Adventures
Planned Road Trip Destinations: Six Flags Great America Little Amerikka Mt. Olympus Adventureland Worlds of Fun Silver Dollar City Six Flags St. Louis Holiday World Kentucky Kingdom Indiana Beach Six Flags Over Georgia Carowinds Dollywood
Hopeful trips: Sea World San Antonio Six Flags Over Texas Six Flags Fiesta Texas SFA SFGadv
Definitely MARCH Copperhead Strike Passholder Preview Day (Carowinds is my current homepark) APRIL Busch Gardens Tampa Bay (former homepark, haven’t been back since 2015!!) SeaWorld Orlando SUMMER Carowinds Six Flags Over Georgia
Maybe SUMMER Galaxyland (Last time visited was 2017, before that 2012 and before that ages ago)
1. The Voyage 2. Intimidator 305 3. Maverick 4. Skyrush 5. Mindbender (Galaxyland) 6. Fury 325 7. Kumba 8. Goliath (Georgia) 9. The Beast 10. Phoenix I’ve ridden 139 Coasters, and have been a coaster enthusiast since 2013.
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