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robintodd

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  1. My wife and I did the dining plan and have had 10 meals at the park this year between the two of us. The quality has been good. On of the bonuses of the dining plan is we get to try things we normally wouldn't. I hjad the chance to try the Impossible burger yesterday and it is fantastic. I'm not vegan (or vegetarian) by any means, but I will definitely be getting it again. I was on the edge about the cucumbers but they actually give the feeling of pickles without affecting the taste of the mustard. A must try, especially for anyone on the dining plan. Compliments to Chef Major!
  2. Yea, and just to add to the insanity, play the Baby Shark song......
  3. Nice quiz. Being one of the lucky ones to be at the park the first day it was open and an avid KI person, I appreciate the trip down memory lane. The official name of the "Scooby coaster" was Scooby-Doo. It's what I still call it to this day.
  4. Not sure. I bought my grandson's pass. You'll have to ask.
  5. I believe they allow the Funpix to be attached to 2 passes. I got Funpix for my grandson and he has it on his pass and I have it on my pass as well. May be worth asking.
  6. "Kramers Crossing" - Nice nod to Doug Kramer, director of safety and security. (I had to look that one up:))
  7. I'd love to see some attention to the train ride. Maybe not bring back the shooting Indians of old, but having a sister city to Bonesville at Cedar Point would be awesome!
  8. My wife and I go up to the point 3 times a year (first Sun. Mon. Tues. & Wed. they are open, a weekend with the grandchildren during the year and the last weekend they are open). My biggest advice would be stay at the Breakers! It is a little more expensive but early season they do have discounted rooms for platinum pass holders (put in the promo code PASS when reserving online). You get to park the car and not fight parking each day. Staying there get's you early entry and allows you to go back to the room and change if you get to wet on the rides or you need a rest. Plus you can pack sandwiches, etc. to save money on food. Word of caution, there are NO Coffee makers in the rooms! We have a small hamilton-beach kureg we always take up with us. The staff at the Breakers is top-notch and I've always found them more than helpful and friendly. Keep in mind that if you go before Memorial day, schools are in session which is a plus, but not all the shows are going (plus the new Frontier land will not be open until Memorial day this year). Make sure to ride the train, especially from the back of the park (near steel vengence) to the front. That section has a lot of boneville to enjoy. The other half is mostly a view of the lake. You can also get Famous Dave's and carry it back to your room (we have done this after the park has closed. Seems they keep the gates open for an hour after the park closes. Perkins in the Breakers is also great for breakfast, dinner or lunch. Tomo's hibachi grill in the Breakers is our favorite place to eat! Fridays in my opinion is overpriced and can be skipped. You can also order Domino's and they will deliver. Usually I get in an hour early and ride Maverick. I've ridden in 4 times in a row without getting off in the mornings before the crowds get back there. GateKeeper is the fastest line in the park so never be scared of the size of the line there. Also they don't close the line until the park closes so keep that in mind. Millennium Force has a decent line too but know that if it breaks down don't get out of line. Usually it is only down for about 10-15 minutes. Tues and Wed are definitely less crowded and you should have no problem covering the park in 2 days. If you have a platinum pass flash it everywhere. Most places (Perkins for example) will give you a discount with it. Also if you have a FunPix season pass make sure to go to the FunPix location at the front of the park to make sure your platinum pass is "synced" so it will work. Just ask them to verify they see it in their system. Finally dress for the weather. A windbreaker is a MUST. Know that the weather forecast for Sandusky is different than it is for the Point. Temps are a little cooler being on the water. Hope you have a great time!
  9. With grand kids ages 7, 4 & 3 I am excited about the return of the antique cars next year. My daughter even bought me a shirt for christmas!
  10. I agree. I have one from the very first season! One of my prized possessions!
  11. Yes, we've got 4 of them made. Last time we were there early (4:30) and the building had a sign to go to the windows. They were set up with cameras and able to process a new pass for my son.
  12. Reddi Wip - Maybe an whip ride (like the beetle bugs) but one that whole family can ride
  13. Hot chocolate/coffee is not included on the drink plan, there is a separate mug and charge. ($10.99 for the refill mug. Free refills day of purchase and $1 after that).
  14. Nice to see they finally have this information available. You do have to go to the 2nd screen (after saying how many tickets) to see the blackout dates. The park hours tab only shows the hours for Winterfest itself, not the buffet. Just so everyone is clear. Next open date seems to be Sunday.
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