boldikus wrote:I would so go back down if they had the B&Ms open. Come on BGW, be like Six Flags.
No no actually don't... but maybe just a tiny little bit.
It's a shame that they don't have all of their coasters operating. I'm sure they can all run fine in cold temperatures.
Dollywood has no issues running all of their coasters, I don't think Arrows have a temperature limit so Loch Ness Monster would probably be fine and Great Adventure has blown any theories about low temperatures and B&M's to hell. Hell even if they did just what Dollywood does and require 40 degrees to start them and close them at 36 that's way below the average daily temperature in Williamsburg
. They would probably close early some nights but the park is open from 2 to 10 during the event so they can run most of the day and at night most people will be focused on lights anyway.
Like Hershey, they're stepping up their game a little bit at a time though so that's a good sign. Hopefully increased competition causes more and more parks to run coasters in December.