What happened to Stealth at Great America? (Nor Cal)
I'm heading down to Great America in Santa Clara this Friday and I found out that Stealth had been shut down. It's been a while since I last went there, but I found it to be one of the best rides there.
Re: What happened to Stealth at Great America? (CRX_VTEC)
So I just went on Friday and workers were tellin me this bull about shutting it down to expand some water area for the kids, whatever. Lines weren't that long, bout 23 minuntes was the longest I waited which was for Invertigo. The park was all the same as the last time I went, which I think was ~5-6 years ago, except no Stealth this time. A friend of mine had some $25 tickets, but the regular price is $50 (for 2 days).
Oh, and canned sodas are still $3+ dollars in there.
Re: What happened to Stealth at Great America? (sir boostalot)
damn i remember when i waited in line for 3 hours to ride in the front seat at Stealth back when it first came out i'm glad i got to ride it when it was around hehe.
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