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Countdown to Opening Day for the 2021 Season: May 15th 11:00 AM!

Kings Island is now open for 2021.


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About LuckyluvsKI

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  1. KI was Cooler when it was Paramount and themed to movies
  2. and i don't camp at Cedar Point for that reason. Last time i went to CP we camped at a place iirc like 20 mins around from the bridgeway to cp. but that was 20 years ago and anything on site is too rich for me. Just like i probably never will at KI. Also Disney Camprground is only 120 cheap season 170 prime _Most expensive camping slab i've been to but that price is expected its disney not a regular amusement park. i don't think this resort even compares to cost as much as they want. I can camp at an amazing KOA near dollywood for less than 109 a night and it has just as nice amenities.
  3. Yikes guess they don't want average camping folks. 109$ a night for a parking slab. Might do it once this summer just to try it and the convenience but too rich to do more than that. Btw bookings now open June 14-sept
  4. Maybe there's some use for masks and face shields after all LOL
  5. Not yet as is opening weekend they were required everywhere and they removed pretty much all but 2 of the mask free zones where you could sit distanced and take it off for a bit. I'm hoping that by summer will be at the point where you only need them for indoor spaces or crowded areas. Even if dewine drops the mandates private companies can still choose the rules they want and may keep the requirement. Who knows for sure but one can hope.
  6. Dollywood filled every row this weekend, took away just about every mask free zone so maybe we are close to only masks for indoor shows, shopping and dining areas that are indoors. I hope so it would be nice to only need them for tight spaces and not in the open air. they also opened the museum with controlled capacity and quite a few indoor theatres limited but open again. I think we're on the up swing hopefully.
  7. 1. Diamondback 2. Banshee 3. the train 4. does the lazy river count hahaha- if not Flight of Fear i guess 5. Invertigo in the dark with out my glasses is pretty trippy so it counts hahahah
  8. so very much this ^^^^^^^ good lord at the very least top coat and repaint the lines.... and fix the potholes. its really an eye sore ( though i guess they keep getting away with it because you are looking up at the coasters on the skyline.) but really take some pride in the first thing people see as they enter.
  9. That will be nice! Gold pass here as well. It's one thing for camping that's far away but we're local enough to drive daily. But if it's reasonable would be convenient to be just a short drive or shuttle away would be nice occasionally. Plus I'm sure you could see the fireworks what wouldn't be nicer than some s'mores and fireworks
  10. I'll be curious the pricing points of the sites. I was hoping it would be a reasonable nice campground but luxury says$$$$ we're not far but camping across the street for 40-50$ Would be a nice way to enjoy the park with back and forth privileges. But if it's like cp at 120$and up that's too much for a parking spot.
  11. I know I just like free dinner that I already paid for ha ha it is fun to walk around especially all decorated up.
  12. Thanks all, I've never tried before cause never really felt like we missed out but thought might go this last weekend since there isn't going to be a winter fest etc. I just didn't know if they typically run busy. thanks again if anything get to use the dining plan some more LOLOL
  13. Anyone know how they last days of the season typically go? obviously this years different, just wondering if itll be busy or mild with just coaster nuts hoping to get one last ride in for the year. never gone the last open weekend before.
  14. Weird Al sounded pretty good back in the early 2000s lol it would be cool for hosting like local groups etc skip the big Ticketmaster and host weekend music festivals with different acts all day long. It's still suitable for something like that I'd think. Unsure that last thing held there I'm assuming spirit song? it's actually in a good spot it could be gated off and have it's own entrance and be rented out to smaller bands to host concerts etc that maybe just getting started. Many big country states started out singing in all day multiple gig concerts before growing into th
  15. yes i got one of them yesterday- it was small definitely not worth 7$ or really the 5. but i was stuffed so it was ok for me but if you were getting it al a carte definitely too small.
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