This is it, folks! Only five more days! Here is a short update taken from the Rhineland area to hold you guys over until this weekend!
Remember when it was over 250 days till opening? Now it’s only a few!
More trees and scenery as been added to the Rhineland path entrance next to Hospitality Services.
Not much left to be added from the looks of things, which is a good sign!
If you look closely, you can see that Creekside Catering has been painted a refreshing yellow and white color.
This photo was taken by Brian Maxwell from the Project 2012 Facebook Group. As you can see, Looper’s elevator tower has been given a make-over to look similar to Skyrush’s and have an awesome-looking ride sign attached to it!
That’s it for this update! Time for some fun and important news!
As you have seen over the past year, the Keystone Thrills Blog has been mainly focused on the coverage of the construction of Skyrush. This is about to change for the better. Once the ride opens up this weekend, Keystone Thrills will start to cover much more about Hersheypark and the others in the local area. Right now I have planned two trips to Six Flags Great Adventure in June, a possible trip to Dorney Park in a week, and a three-park stop at Kings Dominion, Busch Gardens Williamsburg, and Six Flags America later in the summer. This is NOT the end of Keystone Thrills, it may be only the beginning!
The forums are going to be re-opened sometime this week with a new organized set-up too. I will announce it here when it is ready!
Also, be sure to watch the Keystone Thrills Facebook Page this Friday afternoon and evening for something awesome! You don’t want to miss it!