Where in the world of theme parks am I? (May 9, 2011 edition)
It's time to play again. You guys nailed it so quickly last week that I'm trying to make this a bit more difficult this time. Here's this week's clue. You tell me where in the theme park universe this sight can be found.
Submit your guess in the comments. Once someone gets the correct answer, I'll post the full photo and link to the location. If no one gets it right within 48 hours, I'll post the answer anyway.
Update: Solved! For the answer, read down in the comments.
Looks like the current parking lot at Chippewa Lake Amusement Park in Ohio. OK, just kidding, I have no idea.
Wow, tough one... no idea, I'll guess Splash Mountain at WDW?
The Boneyard at Animal Kingdom?
Pirates of the Caribbean
I'll give you a hint. It is not a close-up of the veggie burger at Planet Hollywood, either. ;^)
Jurassic Park, Islands of Adventure in Universal Orlando
Either the Tree of life at AK or the new tunnel at Cheetah Hunt ?
Tom Sawyer Island in WDW's Magic Kingdom?
Looks like Islands of Adventure, Jurassic Park area.
T-Rex Restaurant at Downtown Disney?
I feel like I've sat on this rock. Lost Continent at IOA?
Rain forest cafe
Pathway in Asia at the Animal Kingdom. I'd recognize that anywhere. The bike treads are there because so many people in Asia get around by bikes instead of cars or by foot, especially in villages like Anadapur (the fictional village where Animal Kingdom's Asia is set).
Six Flags New Orleans?
Adam you may be right. The first google imagine of Asia at Animal kingdom brings up something that could be zoomed into that. Looks like flame tree BBQ is sitting behind it though.
It's actually a piece of concrete tiling that is in Jurassic Park at IOA. The whole area is paved with fossilised tiles.
Expedition Everest!! .. Im right .. it has to be
Journey to the Center of the Earth?
Volcano at Kings Dominion
One person's been close. But no one's been right yet.
Tricerotops encounter at IOA?
Toilet residue. It's found in every theme park on earth.
How about the thing above the discovery center?
It's an overhead, aerial view of Kentucky Kingdom.
Have we said the park name? Or is it like something that we have said just in a different park?
What about Kilimanjaro Safari's.?
Indiana Jones ride @ Disneyland
Tom Sawyer Island at Disneyland?
The Boneyard, Disney's Animal Kingdom
Crypt at King's Dominion?
Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular?
queue in the former dueling dragons at IOA?
Maybe it belongs somewhere in Camp Jurassic at IOA.
ioa camp jurassic
The Dino Institute aka Dinosaur at Disney's Animal Kingdom
When I first saw this picture, the first thing that came to my mind was a sewage. It also looks like a mudslide.
My best guess is the old queue for Dueling Dragons.
Go out on a limb and say Jungle Cruise?
Jack Curley gets it correct.
To be honest, it was never going to be a park outside the US because this website doesn't provide any coverage of theme parks unless it's a Disney or Universal or Cedar Fair park. I cannot see Robert travelling to Netherlands or Germany just to take an obscure photograph, can you?
Actually, we cover quite a bit of the SeaWorld/Busch Gardens parks, and I'm not just drawing upon photos I've taken for this feature. I'm planning to mix in some pics from our readers from international parks, as well.
@Robert Niles Don't go international because i am going to be lost at words. It is to many parks outside the US to be searching for (In general)
Thunder mountain at WDW!
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