Riding Water Rides and where to store my stuffCedar Point: I write this new thread not to detract from the other threads and conversations that are going on, but rather to bring up an interesting point that merges two topics.
From Ben JamesI noticed while visiting Cedar Point that both their water rides are right near locker storage that is large enough for a family to store their belongings in one locker and they actually provide changing rooms for their guests to change out of wet clothes.
Posted August 28, 2010 at 5:46 PM
Both their Rafting Adventure Ride and flume ride are positioned next to each other. Cedar Fair noted this and the uncanny ability to soak their guests to the bone. So they used their brains and installed cheap lockers nearby as well as used the basement level of a building (that would have otherwise been storage) to house a changing room for their guests.
Maybe other parks should take up this thought process. And as I noted from several of the visitors at the park; bathing suits were welcome on these two rides.
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From Bob MillerI agree Six Flags is probably too cheap to do that thought
Posted August 28, 2010 at 5:57 PM
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