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Kings Dominion Questions

Kings Dominion: Two quick questions about kings dominion, if anyone knows the anwers please respond. Questions about park opening and crowds.

From Adam Nodjomian
Posted May 13, 2010 at 3:04 PM
My two questions are:

Does Kings Dominion open the park by themed land like if the park opens at 10:00, does Congo open at 10:30 or does the whole park open all at once?

How crowded is the park usually on Memorial Day Weekend's Monday?

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From bryan shepard
Posted May 13, 2010 at 7:39 PM
The entire park will open at the same time, if you have a seasons pass they let you pass through the gats at the tower before everyone else to get a better spot in line... The crowds are kinda bad on that weekend, monday probably wont be as busy as saturday... My suggestion, if you go, start on the right side of the park the grizzly, rebel yell, hurler if open, shockwave, drop tower... they wont be busy, quick on and off rides, your main time will be congo land, volcano.... if you wait till mid-day for dominator you can usually walk right on, I305's line moves pretty fast, again keep your eye on volcano, that will be the longest wait of the day...

From Adam Nodjomian
Posted May 14, 2010 at 2:48 AM
I've been to the park many times but I didn't know if they changed the park opening thing or not. I've done every ride, so I'll probably head straight for either I-305 or Volcano (both front row of course). I'm moving away from the VA area so I wanted to get those two in before I leave.

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