Thursday - August 24th, 2017
It is hard to believe that summer is nearly over but with less than a couple of weeks to go it seemed like a great time to check out the water and theme parks.
Here are some photos of what's new at Hurricane Harbor and Great Adventure. Enjoy!
|Barriers near the entrance to Harbor keep the front of the park auto-free.
|With the lazy river closed longer lines were found at the water slides.
|Hurricane Harbor is home to three Dippin' Dots stands.
|According to the Six Flags App, King Cobra is closed for the season. The boarded up entrance and exit is proof that is accurate.
|This guy is missing a leg. Shark attack?
|Wish HH would stay open past dark so we can see if these lights actually work.
|He is back!
|Oh yes we need a little Christmas - right this very minute!
|New control box on Swashbuckler.
|Very scenic area of GA.
|A hint for 2018 - one of four signs.
|Skull Mountain's waterfall was flowing!
|It looks like the new terror trail, Aftermath, will be very different from its predecessor Wasteland.
|Another 2018 teaser sign is located by Autobahn.
|Plenty of places to get Dippin' Dots at the theme park too -eight locations for your dippin needs.
|A new Golden Kingdom sign is back.
|The final remains of the Aqua Spectacle Arena.
|It is good to see the Northern Star Arena name instead of the Plymouth one.
|In Roller Coaster Tycoon this would cause a fiery explosion!
|Log Flume is back!
|2018 Teaser #3 in the Log Flume queue.
|Splash Water Oasis closed in August?
|The bamboo in the Golden Kingdom has grown in quite nicely in some areas.
|Ordering kiosks have been added at several food outlets. Not available to meal plan guests yet.
|Raja's Rickshaws (aka Kiddie Scrambler) has been removed from the Safari Kids section of the park.
|Turnstiles have been removed from the rarely used right-hand exit gates.
|As stated in the news, the Six Flags' six flags are now all American flags.