Great Adventure By Kayla Inskeep
If you like roller coasters, carousels, and water rides, then Great Adventure is the place to be! Lately people have been raving about Great Adventure, and I definitely agree! Your parents park the car in the lot. You swing your door open and see the roller coasters as tall as sky scrapers. Butterflies gather in your stomach, and you start to giggle. You enter the theme park, give your finger print for your season pass and pass the guards. The beautiful town feels so welcoming with happy smiles on every corner.
Later on while searching for the next ride to go on, you meet Bugs Bunny. Your mother takes a quick picture as you give him a big warm hug. Because there is such a large variety of rides, you grab a map of the park. (Personally, I find that convenient!) "Ahh ha!" you exclaim, looking at the map. "I've found it!" You want in line for 30 minutes to sometimes almost 2 hours, depending upon what ride you want to go on. Finally everybody gets on the ride, it starts, and everyone screams.
After it is over, you turn to your father and say that it was definitely worth the wait. "I'm hungry," your brother wails, so you stop at Best of the West. Yummy! When the heat really starts to get you, you head to Hurricane Harbor. Walking past the swirling water slides, you find the huge wave pool. If you're looking to relax in the sun, then try the Lazy River. From the Lazy River, you can hear the children scream when they gigantic bucket of water dumps on their head in the kiddie section. When it's time to go, you exit Hurricane Harbor and wave goodbye.
In my opinion, I think Six Flags is a perfect place to bring your whole family because they have rides from the merry-go-round to Kingda Ka. Their food is very delicious. I would definitely go back to Great Adventure again because of all of its amazing attractions. Would you?