There is so much bare space..
Try filling it up with more buildings.
Coaster layouts seem fine, but I don't like how similar the woodie and the hyper are.
Instead of an out and back woodie, try a twister like ride.
That is all for now.
Considering that I'm in the middle of restoring a park that hasn't operated for several years, there's going to be empty space.
________________________________________________________________________________________________________November 8, 2000
Much has happened since the park was last seen. The railroad was completed with the second station by Steel King. Since the station is next to the coaster, the roof was painted red to match the rest of the area.
Now, there was a complaint about the coaster, (funkeymon) and I agree with him. The maintenance crew at Lakeside Wonders can work on wooden structures. I asked them if they could change the layout. They agreed and what they gave me is crazy.
Dusty Tumbler was given new track, and the coaster was built up to 20 feet higher than it was originally. Also, the coaster is no longer just an out and back. The coaster turns to the left after the first incline after the lift. Then, the coaster goes down several hills before another turnaround. The coaster passes under the lift and makes a long 270 degree turn to the left to come back to the entrance. Before the coaster returns, the train goes through several twist and turns before hitting the brake run. Commonly, the coaster will pass just when the train is passing and when the second train is hitting the lift. The coaster will produce several head choppers and plenty of airtime.
A couple of buildings were added to the park to fill up empty space.
Hope to see all of you opening day Memorial Day, 2001!
Thrill Gardens Inc. CEO