The POV for Copperhead Strike has been released!
Was Plants vs Zombies open on your day out there? I was shocked that it never opened the entire day, as I kept checking. Windseeker never opened, but Carolina Skytower eventually did. I was stunned that two coasters just didn't open entirely. You'd think that would be a number one priority, but alas.I went a couple weeks ago and had a similar experience despite it being a bright sunny day. Fury didn't open until 3 hours after the park opened, and several of their flat rides didn't open. I was looking forward to riding Windseeker, as it was closed on my previous trip, but alas that was closed... Until they decided to open conveniently as we we're driving out of the parking lot.
PvZ never opened. Fortunately, all of the coasters were open, with the exception of Fury being sent through constant loops with employees on it for hours. Would've been nice to have something else open other than coasters, as one of my buddies got a gforce headache about halfway through the day and we basically just sat in the rocking chairs by Copperhead until he was ready for more.Was Plants vs Zombies open on your day out there? I was shocked that it never opened the entire day, as I kept checking. Windseeker never opened, but Carolina Skytower eventually did. I was stunned that two coasters just didn't open entirely. You'd think that would be a number one priority, but alas.
That could be what the issue was when I went. I went on Friday a few weeks ago and it was slammed, but the waterpark wasn't open. I will say that Copperhead was running all three trains at a blistering pace. Pleasantly surprised at how fast operations were for it. Wish the same could be said for Goldrusher. 40 minutes even with Fastlane.If you go on a weekday that isn't a holiday, you might not need Fast Lane Plus at all to be honest. Carowinds is my old home park. More than half of the crowd is usually in the water park due to the heat. I usually go in the first weeks of June (since I don't live there anymore) and never waited more than 10 minutes for anything on a weekday. Of course with Copperhead Strike being new and not having a huge capacity, that one will have longer lines no matter what. You can always buy it at the park if you see the wait times longer than you like to wait for. I've seen many people waste $ on it when the place was pretty dead on the dry side. If it's a weekend day...yeah, you'd likely need it (more-so Saturday as Sundays start off real slow usually and pick up in the afternoon).