I went with Rolling Thunder as is. But, If it was to been in a diffrent loaction in Frontier Adventures Id have go for the single track. Im thinking the station could have neen were the sidewalk ended. Under the log flume just before the last hill. leading to the station. Thus causing more foot traffic under BEst of the West and along Shoot Out and HatsHats
The main enterance as we klnow it gone..But if the designers wanted they could restore the all. First remove the paint ball building. Take up all that cemment back to the origianal walk way. Secondly remove all the attacments to the four tents. And add on buildings. Replant trees between Dream Street and Boardwalk. Create floral gardens in fornt of the the old gate buildings. Build a large jet fountain in front. Place a banner over the top with the original logo for Dream Street.
I agree. I live here in Kissimmee. And have worked for Disney World. But really in all my years of theme park work. Ive never seen a good design. Its not so much the transdportation to the main gate its the gate itself. weather its the Disney Company, Six Flags, or Cedar Fair. They all suffer the main issue on openning. ANd any single point of entry will cause a bottleneck. No mater how many booths or turnstiles they have. When Great Adventure was first layed out it was designed to avoid back tracking within the park it self. Thus allowing guests never to have to pass thru the same area twice. Which the center Main Street gate causes. Ive tried on a number of times to do this without running back and forth. And its not do able. Even at disney you need to criscross the magic kingdom to avoid a parade or bottle neck at the Disney statue. I belive the the Orignail main gate for Great Adventure worked. I will given into the fact atendents far exceped projections. But it still made for a spectaculer jaw dropping view when you first walked into the park. The Four tents,Balloon, Merry Go Round withs band organ all the Dreem Street Characters, Beyond the Fountain, To the top of Big Wheel. Banners and Floral Gardens everywere. Spectcial, Pagentry, Sounds...It was all there waitting to be explored.