This is the first published photo I've seen from the elevated section of the ride and it looks amazing
Wednesday, July 01, 2020
Tuesday, June 30, 2020
They have made some good progress on removing the footers from Dragon. It looks like the site is about ready to start drilling footers for the new Dragon Slayer.
A storm rolled through the area and tore down the large banners that were hanging on the loops. Really too bad as that was a fun visual
Friday, June 26, 2020
Tuesday, June 23, 2020
COVID-19 SAFETY UPDATE
Your journey to the park begins in this tent where you will have your temperature taken. The nice part about the Six Flags systems is that you do not have to stop walking
Certain attractions will not open this year due to an inability to safely social distance
That unfortunately includes Justice League
They had a lot of shops and smaller food stands closed
There are no Coke Freestyle machines in the park anymore. Guests cannot pour their own drinks this season due to germs
There's plenty of cleaning going on at the park.
They do it after every cycle.
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New security scanners have been installed for this season. You no longer have to have your bag searched or even stop walking through these scanners
I really like the new entry plaza logo planter.
The new Guest Relations and Ticketing building
This might become ticketing in the future if we ever get back to normal
Look how much more open the entry plaza is now
The removal of the old ticket booths was the best decision they've made in a long time
New store in the front shops called Coaster Candy. It replaces the toy store
Looking inside (to the right)
and to the left
The snack stand has received a makeover near the Log Flume
The restrooms next to JB's Smokehouse received a new facade
Mobile Ordering is now in effect at the open restaurants. There are still some kinks but they'll get it worked out
Xcalibur is back.
Enjoy the massiveness that is Xcalibur
So this is basically our "New for 2020" ride since Catwoman has been delayed until 2021
They were doing a lot of work at the Skycoaster Station
New fences heading out to the launching pad
Interesting that they are doing this upgrade
The stage near Batman is sporting the new park logo
Time to head out. Check out the new look of this building at the front gate
Like most "New for 2020" Six Flags projects, Catwoman Whip's debut has been moved back to the 2021 season.
The construction area has been fenced off.
Well I called a construction area, but nothing is currently happening
There are markers in the ground, so maybe they'll resume prep work later this fall
We'll keep an eye on the site, but we don't expect much change any time soon. They have even moved the pieces to the ride (which had been delivered to the park) off site for storage