Published: May 2, 2012 at 2:20 PM
I won't miss Wildcat, as it always seemed like a ride better suited for a small or mid-size park than a major park like Cedar Point. I rode it once and it was okay, but I wouldn't wait more than ten minutes to ride again.
As for parks with a high percentage of coasters, here's what I've got from the parks I've been to with at least five coasters (listing all the coasters at the park I consider must rides):
Busch Gardens Williamsburg: 3/5 (Alpengeist, Apollo's Chariot, Griffon)
Carowinds: 4/13 (Afterburn, Intimidator, Nighthawk, Thunder Road)
Cedar Point: 7/16 (Gemini, Magnum XL-200, Maverick, Millennium Force, Raptor, Top Thrill Dragster, Wicked Twister)
Dollywood: 3/5 (Mystery Mine, Tennessee Tornado, Thunderhead)
Kings Dominion: 5/14 (Dominator, Flight of Fear, Grizzly, Intimidator 305, Volcano)
Knott's Berry Farm: 4/9 (GhostRider, Montezooma's Revenge, Silver Bullet, Xcelerator)
Six Flags Great Adventure: 5/13 (Bizarro, El Toro, Kingda Ka, Nitro, Superman-Ultimate Flight)
Six Flags Magic Mountain: 7/17 (Apocalypse the Ride, Goliath, Riddler's Revenge, Scream!, Superman: Escape from Krypton, Tatsu, X2)
Six Flags New England: 2/10 (Batman-The Dark Knight, Bizarro)
Six Flags St. Louis: 3/8 (American Thunder, Batman the Ride, Mr. Freeze)
Based on this, Busch Gardens Williamsburg and Dollywood have the highest percentage of good coasters while Cedar Point and Six Flags Magic Mountain have the most good coasters. This is consistent with the way the chains seem to run their parks: Six Flags and Cedar Fair like to add as many rides as possible, but a decent percentage are unremarkable, while SeaWorld and Herschend (as well as most other park chains) add fewer but higher quality attractions.