SharkTums wrote:Would this be one of the shortest distance relocation's from one park to another?
The only other one I can think of that could be less would be moving Sidewinder from the old Elitch Gardens location to the current one. I don't know how far that moved, but it can't have been much further.
If Speed reopens, that is excellent. That is a really good coaster, easily the best in the state. I hope that the trains will be switched to the lapbar only style used on Mr. Freeze and other Premier coasters, as that would be much more comfortable than Premier's horrible shoulder harnesses and would probably not be that expensive (at least compared to the cost of modifying the layout). Other than that, as long as the ride is run more frequently than once every fifteen minutes I'll definitely do it again next time I make my way out there. If that waterpark gets open next summer as well, I might have to do a long weekend trip out there (especially now that I'm old enough to gamble).
Top 5 Steel: Bizarro (SFNE), Tatsu, Maverick, Top Thrill Dragster, Nitro
Top 5 Wood: El Toro, Voyage, Boulder Dash, Thunderhead, Ravine Flyer II
Top 3 Parks: Busch Gardens Williamsburg, Holiday World, Cedar Point
TPR Trips: IntimidaTour 2010, North East Trip 2011, LeviaTHON 2012