I think we can all agree that 2020 has had enough “horror” for the year, so when Kings Island, just like Cedar Point, decided to celebrate things a bit differently this year, it was understandable. There are no haunted houses, you won’t find jump scares and screams lurking at every corner, there is a distinct lack of fog pouring out into the streets. Gone are the monsters of years past. This year things are much more… festive. This year we are doing the Kings Island Tricks and Treats Fall Fest.[Read more…]
There will be plenty of treats and very few tricks at the Tricks and Treats Fall Fest at Cedar Point and Kings Island theme parks in Ohio. Both family-friendly Halloween events will allow guests of all ages to safely enjoy the spookiest time of the year with themed food, activities, entertainment, seasonal merchandise, and of course, trick-or-treating. Plus, rides will be open to deliver plenty of thrills and chills.[Read more…]
A new roller coaster is joining the lineup at Kings Island in 2020 – Orion, one of only seven giga coasters in the world, a class of roller coasters that have a height or drop of 300-399 feet.[Read more…]
Kings Island, located near Cincinnati, Ohio, will host its Coaster Campout event this weekend, June 7-8, to benefit the Boys & Girls Clubs of America.[Read more…]
Rumor and announcement season is in full swing in the theme park world, and haunt season is also well underway at many parks. Kings Island, near Cincinnati, Ohio, has seized the opportunity to start their own rumor mill, by revealing that a coaster would be closing for good this October, during their Halloween Haunt event.