October 23, 2010
We’ve begun moving the contents of this blog over to it’s new home. We choose not to simply migrate everything so we can get a fresh start. As we move stuff, we’ll be removing it from this blog so we can keep track of what’s moved and what’s not.
Visit the new site HERE!
August 12, 2010
We’ve come accross maps from Kentucky Kingdom’s past. The park maps are from 1990 and 1995. Click each map to see a bigger size.
Note: We’ve also moved Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom from Six Flags page to the closed parks page. Six Flags announced they were closing the park in Feb. 2010.
August 5, 2010
I’ve updated several companies on the history page. Find the link on the right to check out our comprehensive history collection.
Coming soon are park brochures and updated park maps.
July 5, 2010
Check out the link to Theme Park Insider for reviews of Walt Disney World and many more parks around the USA.
June 13, 2010
The largest Thomas Town to date has opened at Six Flags America on June 5th.
View the full story on Thillnetwork
August 19, 2009
In 2010 Holiday World will begin operation of the worlds longest water coaster, named Wildebeest. The ride will be two and half minutes long and will be one third of a mile long.
On August 20, 2009, Kings Dominion will hold a press conference to announce its largest capital investment program in its 35 year history. There are rumors the investment will be NASCAR focused because of the attendees scheduled, but nothing is confirmed yet.
A yet to be announced ride will be built by Carowinds and will open in 2010. The ride hasn’t been announced yet.
June 14, 2009
We’re in the process of finalizing details for a wiki inspired by this site. It’s going to work better for park histories and general information. All park links will eventually include a wiki link to our sister site and will provide greater detail about the park, surrounding hotels and other attractions nearby.
Thanks for the suggestion! It totally makes sense!
Six Flags has entered bankruptcy protection to help eliminate $1.8 billion of it’s $2.4 billion debt load. The company has been trying to restructure it’s debt but has been unsuccessful in today’s economic climate. A company spokesman has said that guests will not notice any difference in their visits to parks.