Kemah Boardwalk is a great place to come spend a few hours around lunch or dinnertime. There is a wide selection of Laundry's restaurants, so plenty of places to get your grub on, or have a few drinks. On some nights there is live music which is fun. The boardwalk is very nicely presented and the ride selection is good for such a tiny park. There are three ways to capture an awesome view of the water including a fun drop tower. The biggest draw here is the Boardwalk Bullet. The Bullet is a "love it or hate it" kind of ride. I personally think it kicks a$$. If you don't like a super aggressive woodie, the Bullet is probably not for you, and therefore, Kemah is probably not for you, unless you're a local. The speedboat is awesome by the way!
While popular opinion is sort of split as to whether or not the Boardwalk Bullet is a good or bad coaster, as a park, Kemah Boardwalk is really fun! I sort of expected a typical rundown boardwalk, but was surprised that the area reminded me more of a Downtown Disney or CityWalk style shopping and dining area. The free standing alcohol stands were definitely a nice touch that helped take the edge off the Boardwalk Bullet. Kemah is definitely a nice place to spend an evening, even if their coaster might try to kill you
As a Houston resident, we're at Kemah every few months. The only reason I go is for the great Seafood and the Boardwalk Bullet. The Bullet is their signature attraction, a Gravity Group woodie, (very small, on one acre of land, or is it 5?) They also have a variety of flat rides- a drop tower, a froghopper, an Aviator (like WindSeeker), and a train ride. Expect it to be PACKED, especially on weekends and during the summer. The tickets booth can be hectic, so go early!
Built for the Landry's restaurant fans, Keemah boardwalk has what you need to get your park and dinner on. Boardwalk Bullet is a solid wood coaster with nice transistion and good layout. They have an overall nice balance of rides that all run ride programs designed to get your money's worth. The train takes you throughout the complex that includes restaurants, games, drinks, and a hotel.
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