Trip Report: Frontier City Oklahoma City, OK 04/16/16
I apologize for the delay, but here is the trip report from my visit to Frontier City on 04/16/16 – Adam
I recently visited Frontier City in Oklahoma City for the ACE event OklaCoaster. This was my first ACE event and I was really excited to visit the park. The day started with some luminous clouds and cooler temperatures, but quickly warmed up.
The front entryway into the parking lot.
The front entrance to Frontier City.
The badge for the OklaCoaster event.
Frontier City is one of the most beautiful parks I have ever visited. The park landscapes very well.
I personally love the water fountains at the front entrance.
A lot of the facades have been painted with a fresh coast of paint.
The first ride of the day was WildCat. That day was its 25th Anniversary, and the first 100 people on the ride got a 25th Anniversary WildCat T-shirt.
ACE members sporting their WildCat T-shirts!
Weeee! I love the first drop on WildCat.
Here we go! The back seat always offers a fun ride!
The next ride up was Sliver Bullet. It’s a really fun Schwarzkopf Coaster.
After that we rode the family coaster Steel Lasso.
It’s quite an exhilarating ride for a family coaster. This is one of my favorites in the park.
Later in the day we checked out the Lason Looper, Brain Drain. It’s a lot of fun with some awesome hang time.
During our event, we were invited to check out the Sweet Adeline Train Car.
The train car is now used as a dressing room and break room for the headliners that visit the park.
You enter the train car thought the back.
Don’t forget to wipe your feet!
The first room is a seating room.
The seating area is very nicely decorated.
This is the first of two bedrooms,
This is looking down the hallway off of the bedrooms.
The next room was the dinning room.
The train car even has a full kitchen with a dishwasher.
Kitchen also has a small refrigerator.
Back in the dining room, we discovered, there was a train set above the table.
One last view of the seating area in the back of the Sweet Adeline Train Car.
“Watch you step”
We were also given an upclose tour of the WildCat Roller Coaster.
This is where the old SLingshot ride use to be. The park now uses this area for one of their many haunted attractions during Fright Fest.
ACE members waiting for the train to come by.
Wild Cat action shot!
This awesome woodie flies through the trees!
They they go!
Getting upclose and personal with WildCat
The retaining pool for the rapids ride.
We hung out in the pavilion area and had a snack, played some Trivia, and had a Q&A session with park management and maintenance.
I want to thank Frontier City for inviting and hosting this amazing event for ACE. Thank you so much for all the tours and ERT and food! This park is a hidden gem. Its so beautiful and they have a awesome collection of thrill and family rides. I can’t wait to return next year!
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