Ride Policy for Disabled Guests and Special Passes

Amusement parks can be enjoyable for everyone, no matter their physical or mental condition. Rides move in wildly different ways. What makes them fun, becomes the reason each one must have its own ride policy for disabled guests. These rules ensure the consistent function of the safety restraints for each rider. Most amusement parks, provide a safety sheet with a summary of restrictions and limitations. Continue reading

Change Activities

Kings Island is two parks in one, the main amusement park, and the Soak City water park. When you buy a ticket, you get admission to both! If you plan to spend a full long day, consider splitting the day into parts. Strategically change activities for rest, a chance to cool off, or just to focus on something different. After a break like that, you Continue reading

Park Policies

Seasons and weather creates changing conditions in all parks. After some research, comparing many parks like Six Flags and Cedar Fair, I found that many have similar protocols when it comes to inclement weather, drones and certain types of clothing. Weather I have been at a park when bad weather was about to strike. I check the radar on my phone. It helps to see Continue reading

Sweet Treats

Parks are all about recreation. There are other forms of special fun beyond the rides. Thrills are also available in the form of the special confections. When we first mentioned this decadent treat, it got a lot of attention. A Sweet Spot to Visit Most parks have at least one candy and fudge shop. At Kings Island, there are a few, but in particular on Continue reading

The Benefits of Friendship

Special thanks to my brother-in-law Todd for providing the first audience-submitted park hack! Here is what he sent: Hack = Friends. I have a friend who works at P&G who could get me a really good price on a season pass. Then you and Andrew have given me access to deals that season pass holders have for their friends. So, for me, a good hack Continue reading