This Saturday we finally made it out to Belmont Park. We stayed after the sun set, so we have some night shots of the park. We entered from the back entrance of the park so there was not much in the form of an entrance, but there was construction going on at the Wave House (local indoor pool and FlowRider venue). Though the Beach Blaster was running. (Sorry for the image quality, due to technical difficulties another device was used to capture the images).
The new SkyRopes course was open.
Krazy Kars, a crazy inner-tube bumper-car hybrid was also open.
The all new Adrenaline Zone was attracting quite a crowd. Adrenaline Zone is a new experience that opened earlier this year that features a leap of faith, a zipline, and multiple rock climbing walls.
The parks old carousel is a hit with guests. Is that a Boardwalk thing? 😀
The midway was nice and bright with all the new neon from the recent area refurbishment.
Gotta love the fact that they still have a tilt-a-whirl!
Sadly, Control Freak (an inverting flat ride where you control how much your vehicle spins) was down, presumably for annual maintenance.
Octotron, a strange prototype ride that spins in a circle while riders control the barrel roll motion of the seats, was also open.
And the crown jewel of the park, The Giant Dipper was open! The real fan favorite, and the second oldest coaster in California!
Here are some night shots of the park!
That’s it for this update, check out our HUGE Twisted Colossus and Scream Update here!