Anyone know anything about the bonus day on Saturday Nov 3? They added it to their schedule a few weeks ago, don't know if it will be Haunt or not. Was hoping for one last visit without the Haunt crowds.
Yubstep101 wrote:Does anyone have an idea if Twisted Timbers or Intimidator 305 operate in the rain? I'm planning on heading down for the first time this weekend.
Looking at the Saturday forecast, I305 will probably be up before TT will. Traditionally, we can run in the rain (lacking thunder of course). However, we find that one train tends run better than the other in the rain, and depending on how MUCH rain there is, we may stop for and wait for the rain to die down until we get the go-ahead to reopen.
1. Maverick What a wonderful day to go ride a giga... Kings Dominion Ride Attendant(2018) - Intimidator 305
Another question, are Cedar Fair Halloween events generally better than Six Flags ones? Or are they on the same page? Granted it's nowhere near the level of Universal, but how comparable are they to one another?
Top 10 Steel: 1. Fury 325 2. Steel Vengeance 3. I305 4.Twisted Timbers 5. Wicked Cyclone 6. Millennium Force 7. Skyrush 8. Iron Rattler 9.Goliath SFOG 10. Lightning Run
Top 10 Wood: 1. El Toro 2. Lightning Rod 3. Mystic Timbers 4. The Voyage 5. The Beast 6. Goliath SFGAM 7. Shivering Timbers 8. American Thunder 9. Hades 360 10. Prowler Coaster Count: 207
I've done haunt at most Cedar Fair parks multiple times, and a few different Six Flags fright fests the past few years, but stopped doing the mazes in most recent years at Six Flags: A. Because they are an additional charge and B. The quality of all the ones I have been in were truly awful.
That being said, some of the Cedar Fair haunts have been growing stale, and we had some pretty bad walkthroughs at Cedar Point this year, but we always go early in the season when we don't have to worry about lines or crowds. Doing either chain in October will probably require a Fright Lane/ Express Pass if you want to keep your sanity. I don't think any maze at either chain is worth more than a 30 min wait at an absolute max, but that's my opinion.
Cedar Fair is way ahead of Six Flags, but after doing tons of local haunts around the country, what they offer isn't nearly as great as some of the places we have been to. But for an amusement park, they are pretty good.
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