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

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  1. That’s the rumor, but for February? It’s not going to busy regardless.
  2. It depends on the B&M. GateKeeper's was different than Griffon's which was different than Alpengeist.
  3. Apocalypse at Six Flags America. Just an awful park in general.
  4. The one thing about rapids rides is that they are EXPENSIVE to operate. The cost of running the pumps and filtration systems all day is absurd. I know when I worked at Cedar Point they said their raft ride was the most expensive ride in the park from a maintenance perspective and I can confirm similar things here at Animal Kingdom. Financially, parks generally spread the costs of operations over their ridership. If rapids ride X costs a million dollars a week to operate and 70,000 people ride it that week then the cost per guest is around 14 dollars. (these are made up numbers) The riders
  5. I can speak to this. When we reopened, all coasters were loading every other row. Rides like Soarin' and Flight of Passage were leaving empty seats between parties. Boat rides were one group per boat. I'll be honest, I'm not sure what the Omnimovers like Spaceship Earth were doing. We have now adjusted and the coasters *with high headrests* are loading every single row. This includes Slinky Dog Dash, Rock'n Roller Coaster, and us over here at Everest. 7 Dwarves Mine Train does not have a high seat back so last I heard they are loading every other row still. Flight of Passage is no
  6. I believe passholder and employee previews will be going on during that week, so you might have a chance at a soft opening between those times.
  7. Pandora had a media day today. While the land is obviously stunning and an engineering marvel, the river ride looks meh. http://attractionsmagazine.com/tour-the-rides-restaurants-and-shops-of-pandora-the-world-of-avatar-at-disneys-animal-kingdom/
  8. If you think that account is ran by anyone other than Tony or his former intern Jordan, you're mistaken.
  9. If we're talking ones that might actually be up for sale sometime soon, I'd put Busch Gardens Williamsburg. I wouldn't like to see it because I don't think Cedar Fair would handle the theming very well, but, then again, neither has SeaWorld as of late.
  10. I unfortunately went. We waiting 2 hours to get parked, walked in, couldn't move, said "nope" and then left.
  11. The log flume at Busch Gardens Williamsburg just completed a complete restoration project. I think most parks already have the necessary water rides. When Universal opens their third park, it'll be interesting to see if they put a water ride in it.
  12. Outlaw Run was perfection. The food was not Dollywood level but was still delicious. The cave tour blew my mind. Highly recommend.
  13. Update: this is now my favorite non-Orlando theme park.
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