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Busy Days at Kings Island?

Kings Island: Is Labor Day is a busy day at King's Island?

From Eric J
Posted August 22, 2006 at 11:45 AM
When is a good time to go to King's Island and I was also wondering if Labor Day is a busy day at King's Island?

From Erik Yates
Posted August 22, 2006 at 1:58 PM
Generally in northern parks, isnt Labor Day usually the last day of the season? I dont know because I dont live up north, but I would imagine that if thats the case, and the case of a three day weekend, it would be pretty crowded. I know florida parks are.

From Derek Potter
Posted August 22, 2006 at 5:12 PM
Yes the park is usually crowded on Labor Day, although not unbearable. You will wait in line, but a lot of people are having their cookouts and such and don't come to the park. The crowds tend to be there in the morning and afternoon and then leave as the afternoon progresses to go to their outings, cookouts, etc. It's not the least crowded day, but not the most either. The best days are during the week this time of year, the worst are the weekends. Labor Day is the last day of the regular season, but they run weekends through October. Those days are crowded.

From keith rayment
Posted September 13, 2006 at 6:15 AM
I was there on Labor Day and the crowd size was easily tolerable with the Flight of Fear having the longest line wait. Could the comfortable crowd size have been helped by it being an overcast day?

From Eric J
Posted September 18, 2006 at 2:31 PM
I did go on Labor Day. The longest wait I had was nearly 1 Hour for Flight of Fear and Drop Zone. We had a great day!

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