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Photo TR: Adventure City

Postby CoasterCrazy88 » Sat Dec 01, 2007 6:17 pm

Hello Everyone!

Today we visited Adventure City for the first (and last) time. Other than the two coasters and the little drop tower, there was nothing worth riding. Still, I got two new credits for $11. Works for me!

The Freeway Coaster was hands down the worst Miler coaster I've ever ridden. Most of the time, their coasters are reasonably smooth, but this one was really rough!

Treetop Racers, the other Miler coaster, was great. It only had one rough spot, and it had three or four airtime moments. The cars felt very unsafe, so that added to the excitement!

Drop Zone, the Moser Spring Ride, was also very fun. It was a larger model, (50 feet), and gave a few good drops. The ride op informed us that there were four different programs, and we got to try out Two, Three, and Four. Three was definitely the best one because it dropped almost all the way to the bottom.

After we had ridden these three rides, it was time to go. The guy at the entrance/exit said, "Is that it?" We responded, "Yep, that's it!" Anyone could get the two credits and be out of there within 15 minutes.

All in all, it was fun, and I'm glad we were able to go.

Enjoy the pics,
Antonio =)
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We made it to Adventure City! This park is home to many........adventures?
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Make sure you have your balls with you when you go to Adventure City!
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Replace me with a Canyon Blaster model!
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Credit number 62 for me, 36 for Giovanni.
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Why are the Adventure City taxis so small? My butt doesn't even fit!
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Welcome to the Wild Mouse Toboggan, Treetop Racers, the third best Miler I've ridden!
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"So this is how it feels to have 65 pounds on my balls."
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Giovanni had to ride with me from then on! 63 and 37 credits and counting!
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Whee! That drop was pretty good!
Hey Jahan, how's it going?
We had lunch at Chick-Fil-A because the closest one to me is an hour away! This random cow walked through the restaurant dancing and giving out high fives.

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Postby coastercrazed49 » Sat Dec 01, 2007 7:31 pm

Nice Trip Report.

Looks like you had a good time, to bad the park was't that great.

BTW Happy Birthday.

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Postby ebl » Sat Dec 01, 2007 7:33 pm

Yeah, I didn't think much of the Freeway Coaster, either, but Tree Top Racers was fun. It's the same model as the one at Wonderland in Amarillo, TX, and, I think, Lakeside in Denver, CO.

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Postby JimmyBo » Sun Dec 02, 2007 2:26 pm

I remember when i went to Adventure City last year. They were about to not let me and my friend in because it was a "Kid's Park" and we were adults. So I lied to the lady at the front and said we were part of ACE and we were there for the credits. She actually knew what I was talking about and let us in. Small park and I agree about the Freeway Coaster...ouch!

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Postby Goliath513 » Sun Dec 02, 2007 2:44 pm

^ LOL!

^^ Yeah that coaster looked familiar when I saw the cars. The one at Lakeside is pretty fun.

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