Published: July 16, 2014 at 11:38 AMThose 5,000 square foot buildings are most likely for Halloween Haunt mazes. That's a tiny amount of space for any type of attraction---5,000 square feet a little larger than a basketball court, perfect for a Haunt attraction, but not even big enough for a three-scene dark ride.
BTW, is that an ANSI-cerified hard hat? I would look pretty cool trekking to a job site in that.
Published: July 16, 2014 at 8:14 PMAnd Kennywood once had a drop ride called, appropriately, "Pittfall". But alas it is no more....But it is a gem of a park. Probably the best collection of old time wooden coasters and attractions that now only exist at Kennywood. Plus, it's beautifully landscaped, has mostly free parking and the food is quite good. Before all the iron coaster parks came into existence, the NY Times had named it the Coaster Capital of the World.
Published: July 16, 2014 at 9:46 PMSignups for Theme Park Apprentice 6 have been posted on the discussion board!