Instead of having metal detectors or lockers outside the ride, Holiday World has lockers right on the station platform. Gadget's Go Coaster at Disneyland Before the policy was that a child under seven must have some one fourteen or older to go with them.
Directly In front of us were two young women. And that means leaving it at the station, in a locker, or at the very least inside a closed pocket where it can't fly out during the ride. Notice man on the platform crying bent over. Anthony Murphy June 9, 2017 at 9: We met up with my cousin, a local AP, for an afternoon.
But, I also think this is yet another area where parks rip us off. However, even at parks where lockers are free, I think guests should be allowed to keep wallets or something containing an ID in their pocket. Afterward, just unlock the locker, grab your things, and leave it for the next person.
But, please, no phones on roller coasters, or any other high speed, volatile thrill rides.
Ron Zwarts June 10, 2017 at 12: Sports straps can be purchased at many of our shops... By all means lockers should be provided free of charge.
They wanted to ride together, and I sat immediately behind them. Gabriel Schroll.
It's called "personal responsibility", in case you need a keyword to look up this novel concept. What's New and Under Construction. Or if that doesn't move you, how about having to go back to the store to replace your phone?
James Trexen June 9, 2017 at 8: I wouldn't have done this with a younger child, though, so I guess the age cut off has to be somewhere. Also wrist straps and lanyard holders for phones are not allowed on our rides either, so that argument doesn't work.
Jeff Elliott. Jeff Elliott June 13, 2017 at 10: Its just not phones. Blood on his shirt, train and platform.
Have a great summer, Theme Park Insiders! They had to halt operations while they de-contaminated the train and platform.