|Yankee Cannonball is a tempermental woodie that may provide very good rides on many days; sometimes the airtime may be off, but it's never rough. Lines tend to be long throughout the day for Yankee Cannonball. Untamed is the first Gerstlauer Eurofighter in the Northeast US. |
The park is full of traditional flat rides. Some of the best are Psychodrome (indoor Scrambler with sound and visual effects), Pirata (Pirate Ship), and Caterpiller (with a working canopy). Boston Tea Party is a shoot-the-chutes water ride that will get you wet, and Mine of Lost Souls is a dark ride that starts out great but has a confusing ending. Starblaster, Xtreme Frisbee, and Waveblaster are three newer flat rides that help round out the ride lineup.
|Canobie Lake does have a wide variety of food options. Dancing Bear Canteen (hot dogs, burgers, BBQ, chicken), Portofino (Italian), Poncho Cantina (Mexican), and Pizza Ria (pizza, subs, salads) cover must of the traditional foods you will find at parks. However, Minuteman Clams is a must for the seafood fan, including a fresh and made-to-order Pint of Fried Clams. |
|Weekend operations from late April to Memorial Day and from Labor Day to Halloween. Daily operations in June, July, and August.|
|Established Seasonal events|
|Screeemfest occurs on weekend in October.|
|Access & Location|
|The park can be reached from Exits 2 or 3 off of I-93. From Exit 2 off I-93: Bear right off exit, left at lights onto North Policy Street. Less than 1 mile to Canobie Lake Park.|
From Exit 3 off I-93: Bear right off exit (Route 111 East), bear left at lights (at Mobil), right at first light (Range Road), right onto North Policy Street. Less than 1 mile to Canobie Lake Park.
|One suggestion is a reasonably priced La Quinta Inn at Exit 2 of I-93.|
|Virtual Queue Options|
|The park has a couple of music/dance shows but nothing on a grand scale.|