This small out of the way park is well worth a visit too. There's a couple of decent mini golf courses, a gokart track, some flats including a tilt-a-whirl, and decent drop tower. But the main reason to visit is the Scandia Screamer! It may not look like much, but holly airtime batman! if you're feeling brave be sure to sit in the back row and pray to Jesus while you experience the best air in all of California!
So as a theme park, Scandia doesn't have too much to offer. The screamer is their biggest coaster and is slightly different from the standard Miller traveling coasters. The little dipper allows adults, so credit whoring is easy. The park has a decent collection of rides for kids, and a few for adults. The true star of the park is probably the two 18 hole mini golf courses. Considering the screamer sets you back 6 dollars on its own, I'd recommend buying the unlimited pass, which gives you all the rides, mini golf, and go carts you want. Especially considering the only option for mini golf is unlimited mini golf.
Scandia is home to one good ride...the Screamer. This ride is a surprisingly good coaster, and although it may look like nothing more than a generic steel coaster, it is much larger and is a lot of fun. The other rides, however, are outdated and aren't really worth the time it takes to do them.
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