Photo TR's: JordyC's Theme Park Adventures

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Re: Photo TR's: JordyC's Theme Park Adventures

Postby BitterOldHag » Tue Sep 18, 2018 8:44 am

That Caterpillar ride doesn't seem to have ANY restraints. Is that the case? Perhaps that's why it doesn't spin too fast? Regardless, that looks really weird not seeing any kind of lapbar or anything on a ride with Himalaya-style seats.

Also, that roller coaster looks awesome. There's just something about the almost homemade appearance that I would love to see in person someday. Maybe I should start saving as I'm certainly not getting any younger!

Thanks for sharing your trip reports. I have enjoyed the thus far and look forward to the rest.

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Postby JordyC » Tue Sep 18, 2018 10:20 am

BitterOldHag wrote:That Caterpillar ride doesn't seem to have ANY restraints. Is that the case? Perhaps that's why it doesn't spin too fast? Regardless, that looks really weird not seeing any kind of lapbar or anything on a ride with Himalaya-style seats.


Yes, that is indeed the case. It doesn't have any restraints. I forgot to mention that :lol:

BitterOldHag wrote:Also, that roller coaster looks awesome. There's just something about the almost homemade appearance that I would love to see in person someday. Maybe I should start saving as I'm certainly not getting any younger!


Well, Rodelbaan is technically home made, since it was built by the park itself back in 1930. It is an awesome classic ride, though!

BitterOldHag wrote:Thanks for sharing your trip reports. I have enjoyed the thus far and look forward to the rest.


Thank you! My trip reports from the two other parks I've visited that day will be coming soon.
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Re: Photo TR's: JordyC's Theme Park Adventures

Postby Canobie Coaster » Tue Sep 18, 2018 1:33 pm

Great report! Rodelbahn looks like the definition of a homemade ride. I had no clue it even existed. Also how steep is that lift?

I thought Canobie had the last remaining Caterpillar with a canopy. I stand corrected.
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Re: Photo TR's: JordyC's Theme Park Adventures

Postby JordyC » Wed Sep 19, 2018 2:39 am

^Thanks! The lift hill is surprisingly steep, it has to be at around 45 degrees. I have to admit, going up the steep lift hill for the first time, without any real restraint was quite scary.
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Re: Photo TR's: JordyC's Theme Park Adventures

Postby JordyC » Thu Sep 20, 2018 8:10 am

Plopsa Indoor Coevorden - September 2018

Hello everyone!

On September 8th, I did something rather unusual. I visited three parks in one day; De Waarbeek, Plopsa Indoor Coevorden and Slagharen. They are relatively close together, at most a one hour drive.

The second park of the day was Plopsa Indoor Coevorden. Plopsa Indoor Coevorden is an indoor theme park, located next to Center Parcs in Coevorden. Like the name suggests, it belongs to the Plopsa group, which includes Plopsaland De Panne, Plopsa Indoor Hasselt, Plopsa Coo, Holiday Park, etc. Like all Plopsa parks, Plopsa Indoor Coevorden was well themed. That is probably the best part about this indoor park; the theming. Despite it being a kids park, there is a good variety of rides. There are a few flat rides, one of which was surprisingly intense, a big slide, a playground and, of course, a coaster. There is also an outdoor section, which consists of another playground, a few attractions and a small petting zoo.

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Welcome to Plopsa Indoor Coevorden!

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As soon as you enter the park, you are greeted by Samson and Gert -- a well-known duo of Studio 100.

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There are lots of details on all the buildings.

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I really love the look of the park's entrance area.

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There entrance area is home to some bumper cars for the smallest ones. It looks great.

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When you enter the park, there is a double decker carousel on the right, ...

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..., and a wave swinger on the left.

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The park's restaurant.

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More theming on Plop's restaurant.

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You can find this ride at practically every Plopsa park.

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A huge tree with a big slide acts as a play area for the kids (or if you're young-hearted).

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I am pretty sure that if you aren't from Belgium or the Netherlands, all these characters might seem a bit weird. But here, we all grew up with them.

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Even the lamps are themed.

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I will always enjoy a big slide.

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There is also a large theater where shows take place.

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There were actually more rides at this park than I thought.

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They have also got a disco area!

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Ahoy, pirates!

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You can take a raft to cross the little lake, or you can be boring and just use the pathways. Guess which route I took?

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Some more lovely pirate theming.

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Woeste Zee (Rough Sea) is the park's rockin' tug.

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The ride itself isn't that great, but the theming certainly is.

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Vuurtoren (lighthouse) was next.

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It is a fun ride, where you even get a few small pops of airtime.

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Wickie the Viking is another themed area that is home to the park's only roller coaster.

Wickiebaan (3.5/10)
The main attraction of the park is Wickiebaan, a Zierer junior coaster. It has a standard layout, but the theming is what really makes this ride. The lift hill takes you through a skull into the very dark indoor section of the coaster (I know, an indoor section in an indoor park). There is some nice theming in there. Apart from the majority of the ride being in the dark, the coaster itself isn't that memorable. The first drop does give a small pop of airtime in the back seat, though. It is also fairly smooth and takes you around twice. While Wickiebaan is just a junior coaster, I actually really enjoyed it. This proves again how a bit of theming can make a ride so much more enjoyable.

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Time to ride Wickiebaan.

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It looks like he enjoyed it.

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The dark "indoor section" is where most of the action happens.

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Wickiebaan is quite smooth and gives you two laps.

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Flying passed those rocks.

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It is a fun little ride, nothing special. The theming is what makes it, though.

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Time to ride Anubis.

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It is a bit like a frisbee ride, where it spins you around while rocking back and forth, but on a much smaller scale. Because of this, the swinging is actually pretty intense, more than I expected it to be. It doesn't do a full 360, but it swings you up practically vertical. It also spins quite fast, which made it even more intense. The cycle lasted for a good 2 minutes, too.

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I really enjoyed Anubis. It ended up being my favorite ride at the park.

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The outdoor section of the park is home to Plopsa's famous fountains.

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Again, lots of play equipment to enjoy.

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They have also got a little petting zoo.

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Just three random goats in a row, only at Plopsa.

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You can even learn how to drive a car, isn't that great?

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Or if that's not for you, you can learn how to be a firefighter as well.

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Or you can just enjoy all the play equipment.


So overall, I had quite a good time at this indoor theme park. The main highlight was Anubis, a fairly thrilling flat ride for what is basically a kids park. The other highlight was the coaster and just in general experiencing this park for the first time. I know it is a kids park, but I really liked this place. Not necessarily for the rides, but for the atmosphere and theming at this park.

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Re: Photo TR's: JordyC's Theme Park Adventures

Postby Canobie Coaster » Fri Sep 21, 2018 9:17 am

Awesome report! That park looks incredibly cool. I especially like the look of that mini frisbee. I'm not sure if I'll ever make it there considering their lack of a star coaster and my time in Europe would always be limited.

I never realized there was a second Skull Mountain. :lol: I'm guessing this one doesn't play heavy metal music like Great Adventure's though.
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Postby JordyC » Fri Sep 21, 2018 10:56 am

^Thank you! I'd say that when you're in the area, it is certainly worth a visit. You can even maybe do the same as what I did, and visit these three parks in one day. But I can definitely see why someone would give priority to other parks, especially when your time is limited.

What if I told you that there is even a third Skull Mountain, at Plopsa Indoor Hasselt. :p
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Postby jedimaster1227 » Mon Sep 24, 2018 10:44 am

I love seeing theme-heavy indoor parks like this! Thanks so much for sharing another excellent report!
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Re: Photo TR's: JordyC's Theme Park Adventures

Postby JordyC » Mon Sep 24, 2018 11:11 am

Attractiepark Slagharen - September 2018

Hello everyone!

On September 8th, I did something rather unusual. I visited three parks in one day; De Waarbeek, Plopsa Indoor Coevorden and Slagharen. They are relatively close together, at most a one hour drive.

The final park of the day was Attractiepark Slagharen. It is a Wild West themed park and holiday park that is located in Slagharen, the Netherlands. Slagharen consists of two areas, which are connected by a Mainstreet with shops and restaurants. I simply love Wild West theming, and all the theming at this park is very well done, especially the Mainstreet and the buildings around it. The atmosphere at this park was also fantastic, with lots of themed music playing around the different areas. Despite the park itself being rather small, there is a good variety of rides and attractions. They have a couple of water rides, lots of different flat rides, a classic cable car, a surprisingly good dark ride, a junior coaster and, of course, Gold Rush -- the park's Gerstlauer Infinity coaster that replaced the iconic Schwarzkopf Looping Star in 2017.

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Welcome to Slagharen!

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Let's start with a ride on the park's log flume.

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It has two drops, but none of them will make you wet.

Mine Train (4/10)
Mine Train is the park's junior coaster, a standard model from Vekoma. While these are fun, they don't really do much. The drop provides a bit of airtime if you're in the back seat. The rest of the ride consists of a couple more turns which are all quite smooth. Like most rides at Slagharen, it was also nicely themed.

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Next up, Mine Train.

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Mine Train is the park's Junior coaster.

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The drop provides a bit of airtime, while the rest of the ride consists of a few turns.

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Smile for the camera!

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It is an excellent family coaster.

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Slagharen is also home to a Jules Verne themed area.

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Phileas Fun House isn't a fun house, but a giant indoor play area for the kids.

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You can learn how to drive in Jules Verne style.

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It is a very pretty park, with lots of theming.

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The park is also home to a classic Enterprise, which is manufactured by Schwarzkopf, not Huss.

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Flying elephants at Slagharen.

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A small carousel for the kids.

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Expedition Nautilus is another water ride.

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It is probably one of the least themed rides at the park.

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Slagharen really has a great variety of rides.

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The park's rockin' tug looked nice, despite the ride itself being not that great.

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There is also a cable car that takes you from one side of the park to the other. I love these kind of rides.

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The cable car takes you over the Mainstreet to the other area of the park. I really like that you literally went above the other guests.

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Lots of shops and places to eat at Slagharen.

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El Torito was my next ride. It looks very nice, but the ride itself wasn't very forceful and you barely spinned. You did get a long cycle, though.

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The park is also home to what is probably the most unique wave swinger ever.

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The monorail passes through the building, where you get a tiny dark ride section.

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The drop tower didn't really fit in with the rest of the park, in my opinion. It had no theming and just didn't look nice when you compare it to the rest of the park.

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The ride itself wasn't very good either. The best part of the ride are the views you get from the park.

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Slagharen's giant and unique carousel.

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The Mainstreet is home to lots of shops and restaurants and connects the two areas of the park.

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It is also the best themed area at Slagharen.

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I simply love Wild West theming.

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The atmosphere in this area was fantastic.

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El Teatro is a 4D cinema. I didn't ride it.

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The park is also home to a huge ferris wheel.

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Are we in Paris now?

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It is a gorgeous park.

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Some more themed buildings.

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This is quite possibly the shortest Antique Cars ride ever. It goes out of the station, around this tree, and then back into the station. All set and done in less then 40 seconds. What a ride!

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There are also lots of play areas for the kids.

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Convoy Race. It is not really a race, though.

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Lots and lots of flat rides. This one is a classic, but I always enjoy these.

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The park's Pirate Ship.

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Wild West Adventure was the biggest surprise of the day. I knew that it was a dark ride, but I didn't know that it would be this good. It is a boat ride that takes you through the Wild West, passing Cowboys and Indians. The theming in there is simply fantastic and so are the special effects. There even is fire! It is located near the back of the park, so make sure you don't miss this one. It is a very good dark ride.

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Even more play areas.

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The park's other, smaller ferris wheel.

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Eagle VS. Cobra

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There aren't that many of these left, so I made sure that I rode it. It was quite enjoyable.

Gold Rush (8/10)
The newest ride at Slagharen is Gold Rush, the new-for-2017 triple launch Infinity Coaster. Gold Rush is very well themed, and has lots of little details throughout the queue and in the station. The ride was fairly smooth, but it did have a bit of a rattle. It didn't take away from the ride experience at all, though. Your ride begins when you gently launch forwards for the first time. After going up for about a quarter on the first element, you roll back into the launch. This backwards launch is way more snappy than the first one, and really pushes you forwards out of your seat. You then travel up into the dive loop, where you hang upside down for what has to be at least 4-5 seconds while experiencing one of the best hangtime moments on any coaster ever. Seriously, it is insane, even more so when you're in the back of the train. Next, you travel back down and are launched for a third and final time. After this very snappy launch, you are going full speed and shoot straight up on the ride's top hat. At the top, you get some great views of the holiday park, before flying out of your seat the whole way back down; floater airtime in the front, ejector in the back. The ride's first inversion is taken at high speed, but still provides a bit of hangtime at the top. After some high G's exiting the Sling Loop, you travel over an airtime hill that gives strong ejector airtime. A high-G overbanked turn over the queue is followed by Gold Rush's final and best inversion, the Dive Loop. This inversion aggressively throws you out of year seat when you make a quick left twist before diving upside-down towards the ground. The launches then act as brakes and guide you back towards the station.

Gold Rush is a very good coaster, and a great overall experience. It is short ride, but it really packs a punch and does a lot of different things. It has fantastic hangtime, ejector airtime and it is well themed. The fact that Gold Rush's trains are also very open and only have lap bars make the fast transitions, airtime and hangtime even better. Gold Rush is an excellent coaster and worth a trip to Slagharen just for that.

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It is finally time to ride Gold Rush.

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It is the new-for-2017 triple launch Infinity Coaster that replaced the park's iconic Schwarzkopf Looping Star.

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Gold Rush is well themed and has lots of details around the ride.

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The ride starts when you launch forwards, whereafter you roll back into the launch. This backwards launch is more intense than the first one.

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You travel up backwards into the dive loop, where you hang upside down for what seemed an eternity.

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Seriously, this is one of the best hangtime moments you'll ever experience.

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After the third launch, you fly full speed straight up on the ride's top hat.

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Some excellent views from up there.

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You are out of your seat the whole way down. Awesome!

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After plummeting back down, you travel up the first inversion.

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It is taken at a high speed, but you still get some unexpected hangtime.

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You experience some high G's while exiting the Sling Loop.

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The airtime hill that follows takes you over the station.

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Great ejector airtime!

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Despite the slight rattle, Gold Rush is quite smooth.

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The overbanked turn guides you over the queue towards the final inversion.

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Gold Rush ends with its final and best element -- the Dive Loop.

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This inversion aggressively throws you out of year seat when you make a quick left twist. The lap bar makes it even more insane.

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You then dive upside-down towards the ground, where the launches act as brakes and guide you towards the station.

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It is a short ride, but it does a lot of different things. And it does it all very well.

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Gold Rush is a fantastic coaster, and an even better overall experience.


So overall, I had a great time at this lovely Wild West park. The main highlight was Gold Rush, easily one of the best coasters in the Netherlands. The other highlights were the dark ride and just in general experiencing this well themed park. Slagharen was actually a lot better than I originally thought. I love all the theming at this park, and the atmosphere is outstanding too. Combine all of this together, and you have one of my favorite small theme parks.

Thanks for reading!
Last edited by JordyC on Tue Sep 25, 2018 9:54 am.
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Re: Photo TR's: JordyC's Theme Park Adventures

Postby JordyC » Mon Sep 24, 2018 11:18 am

jedimaster1227 wrote:I love seeing theme-heavy indoor parks like this! Thanks so much for sharing another excellent report!


You're very welcome. Yes, me too! I love theming, and when it is all indoors it makes it even more lovely.
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