This mighty Warrior packs a surprisingly potent punch
The Gravity Group redefines the junior coaster
Check out this week’s Very Amusing podcast on which I return to join host, theme park journalist extraordinaire, and my park buddy, Carlye Wisel, to talk Dollywood. Big skillets! Incredible coasters! The time I interviewed Dolly! And plenty more Smoky Mountains goodness.
4 (out of 5)
For this month’s “Rode It! Loved It!” (which is exclusively for paid subscribers), let’s go to Quassy in Connecticut. The tiny park doesn’t have a heckuva lotta room to expand. That didn’t stop The Gravity Group from designing and building an improbably wild woodie on the small footprint it was given, as I explain in my review. Not a paid subscriber? Come on! Paid subscriptions are my only source of income here at the ad-free About Theme Parks, so your support of quality journalism–and me!–would be greatly appreciated.
It may be relatively small and oﬀer a comparatively short ride, but Wooden Warrior is surprisingly potent and, pound for pound, is one of the best wooden coasters out there. It’s also remarkably smooth, thanks to its prototype Timberliner train.
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