As this park is built on a mountain you might want to take advantage of the upcharge golf cart/trams that will drive you from level to level. The best strategy is to take the tram to Wood Coaster, ride as much as possible then work your way down to the bottom of the hill before taking the funicular railway up to the top of the mountain. However be sure to catch Countdown, the park's special effects show. Unfortunately, when two of the park's signature rides (Flume and 4000 miles to Center of Earth) are not operational or in a state of repair the park is far from complete. Not only are there not a lot of thrill rides, total ride count is not that big. The park does have a nice shopping area that includes a Starbucks and Pizza Hut.
Knight Valley is part of a much larger resort controlled by OCT so I would expect them to get the ride side in order in the future.
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