Accidents, Rumors, New Special Events and trip planning discussion all on this week show
Tagged: Dorney Park
Will the Thrill Holder joins us this week as we talk about the 5 most anticipated rides, coasters, and attractions. We also go over all the news of the week including sex in the high roller and kids steeling the flags from the top of an S&S drop tower.
Clint Novak, The Legend, & Drew are back in action as they talk about all the big news out of Universal Studios Orlando! They also talk about the Future at Kings Dominion.
Drew, Legend, AND CLINT! Its your once a month threesome! Drew gives us the inside scoop about the Nik Wallenda Walk on the Orlando Eye & Clint talks about Tempesto.
The Legend is on a cruise this week so we welcome Pete Owens from Dollywood to stop by and talk about A Smoky Mountain Christmas, Dreammore, and IAAPA. Clint talks about how someone born today may never drive a car. Drew and Clint talk some news, and we read listener mail.
New for 2015 Dorney Park announces “Cedar Creak Flyers” Manufactured by Larson International in Plainview, Texas.
Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom, the center of summer fun and family entertainment in the Lehigh Valley, will be adding a new family ride, barbeque dining experience and All Season Dining program for season passholders as part of its plan for the 2015 season.
The Cedar Creek Flyers will be added to the lower section of the park across from Stinger. This unique experience is an updated version of a classic thrill ride. Riders will sit in one of eight “eagles” suspended from arms 28 feet in the air. As the ride spins, the eagles will swing outward – and riders have the unique opportunity to control their flight experience from mild to wild!
Harris Weinstein 79 passed away at his home in Florida. Weinstein purchased Dorney park in 1985 and expanded and ran the park for 7 years until he sold it to Cedar Fair. While running the park he saw an increase of 1 million additional guests a year.
A Philadelphia man is facing trial in Lehigh Country Court after taking his family and friends on a trip to Dorney Park on August 17th. The man drove 60 miles with 11 family and friends in the back of a flat bed truck. 9 of the 11 were under the age of 18. Officers were called to the park after a complaint was issued about the truck. Closed circuit TV showed the truck arriving with the back full of passengers at 9:30am. The man has been freed on $20,000 unsecured bail.