Today, Kings Dominion announced that Gary Chadwick will be taking over as the park’s new Vice President and General Manager. Chadwick, who has 13 years of experience in the amusement industry, currently serves as the Vice President of Food and …Read More
Hi everyone! Before you start reading this article I would like to note that we visited the park on April 2nd. I meant to have this article out sooner, but unfortunately it has been a busy couple of weeks for …Read More
Today, Kings Dominion began the demolition of their stand-up roller coaster, Shockwave. Shockwave closed last August in order to make way for a brand new “frisbee” flat ride, Delirium.
The park posted a video to their Facebook page of the …Read More
DOSWELL, VA. (September 8, 2015) —Get your costumes ready! Planet Snoopy, our 14-acre Peanuts themed children’s area, will be the home to the first annual Great Pumpkin Fest at Kings Dominion. Join us Saturdays and Sundays starting September 26 to …Read More
Doswell, VA (September 8, 2015)—The Overlord is back and he will summon hundreds of monsters to take over the park for the 15th frightful season of Halloween Haunt starting Friday, September 25th. Haunt 2015 features nine mazes, six scare zones …Read More
Last Wednesday, we went down to Kings Dominion for a little fun before my birthday. As always, I brought my camera to get some shots of any construction and changes to the park. I am happy to share that we …Read More
Today, Kings Dominion announced their newest ride, Delirium. Standing in the place of the now closed Shockwave roller coaster, this ride is set to thrill guests in the Candy Apple Grove section of the park.
The ride will take 40 guests …Read More
Recently, Kings Dominion announced that they will be closing Shockwave. For those who don’t know, Shockwave is the park’s stand-up roller coaster. The ride opened in 1986 and is currently the world’s oldest operating stand-up roller coaster. It is one …Read More
To start off this article, here’s some news I wasn’t able to cover this week due to being sick:
-Disneyland stopped the California Screamin roller coaster when a rider pulled out a Selfie Stick
-Disney is considering investing $1 Billion …Read More