Camp Cartoon Network reviews
Theme Park Insider readers offer their ratings and reviews for Camp Cartoon Network at Six Flags Great America.
Lying in the Canadian-eque woods in Yukon Territory, adjacent to County Fair and the Iron Wolf, this kiddie area offers many choices for the little ones. Going clockwise: Scooby Doo's Mystery Machine, a little bus going up and down in a circle; Yogi Bear's Yahoo River, a junior boat ride on a circular track (you'll see those in your local county/state fair, that's for sure!), Bedrock's Boulder Roller, a junior ferris wheel, and finally the standout attraction, Spaceley's Sprocket Rockets, a junior coaster which zips around Orbit Campground (yeah, right!). Maw & Paw's Trail Grub (counter service) stands right by the entrance/exit. Background Soundtrack: various Hanna-Barbera TV cartoon themes (Flintstones, Scooby Doo, Jetsons, to just name a few. Might list them all in the future.).
Looked decent. - Andrew Dougherty
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