Do you have a fear of roller coasters? Don’t worry, “coaster-phobia” is perfectly normal. In fact, roller coasters are actually meant to be scary! Thankfully, there are several techniques to overcome your fear and actually enjoy them. Hopefully these tips will help you gradually ease yourself into riding coasters to the point that you’ll get right back in line for more!
If you’ve ever wanted to ride all of the roller coasters at a theme park you’re visiting, but ran out of time, I can totally relate. Thankfully, I have a few tips that will help you squeeze all the rides into one day.
Today is National Roller Coaster Day, an unofficial holiday celebrating the extreme thrill rides that millions of Americans flock to ride each year. On this day, 1878, the first wooden roller coaster was patented.
Have you ever walked into a theme park just to realize that you didn’t bring any cash for lunch? Or stood in despair as the perfect shot forms before your eyes when you left your camera behind? Don’t worry, I’ve got you covered. Read on to discover the Top Five Things to Take to Theme Parks.
With its long-awaited opening last weekend, Fury 325 became the tallest and fastest non-launching roller coaster in the world. Stretching 325 feet in the air, this monster of a coaster towers menacingly over Carowinds’s other rides. Swiftly winding its way to the front of the park, the coaster’s sleek train dives under the stunning new entrance. Fury is super tall, super fast, and super smooth. It’s been looked forward to like few others before it. But does it have what it takes to make a model coaster?