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Best roller coaster park / amusement park in the North East?

Asked by mohamedhamdan (4points) April 24th, 2008

Looking to plan a road trip for the summer…

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eambos's avatar

North east U.S. I suppose?
I dont know I’d this is north enough for you, but Six Flags Great adventure in Northern Jersey is fun, and Hershey park in Pennsylvania is awesome for kids and adults.

ppcakes's avatar

i also recommend Hershey Park & Six Flags but there is also Dorney Park, which i enjoy, and if you want some carnival like rides, Seaside, NJ has lots of fun, unsafe rides!

eambos's avatar

Oh yeah,ppcakes is right, dont forget Dorney!

Fallstand's avatar

Six flags great adventure.. tell me you wouldn’t pee yourself on this roller coaster… (click the video link under where it says “kingda ka”)

ppcakes's avatar

that ride breaks down so often, i’m surprised its still open.

El_Cadejo's avatar

Six Flags is lameeeeeeeeeeeee. I guess thats what happens when you grow up 30 min away. Hersey is pretty fun. I dont know where exactly you are but if your anywhere near ohio i highly reccomend going to Cedar Point. ,they have 17 roller coasters 3 of which are the top 10 in the world. I spent a weekend there a couple years ago and i can tell you its awesome. Kingdaka is a lame ripoff of a rollercoaster at Cedar Point. Kingdaka is a bit higher and faster but the one at cedar point is much cooler because the amusement park overlooks the great lakes and Canada so theres a real nice view from the top as apposed to well trees trees and more trees in NJ.

ppcakes's avatar

nothing is as good as fright fest in six flags when you grew up 30 minutes away, hahahahaha.

jballou's avatar

Coney Island is worth a trip

eambos's avatar

They closed Cyclone down though =(

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