Posted October 15, 2018 07:15:10Happy Trails, happy memories, and the story behind the world’s first fast track amusement park are now alive again at the Hershey theme park in Pennsylvania.
The park’s roller coaster is returning to the same site, with the theme park’s first new attraction since the ride was closed in 2014 due to the deadly outbreak in California.
The Hershey roller coaster was once one of the top attractions in the country, but its opening was abruptly shut down in 2014 when the deadly coronavirus pandemic swept through the country.
It reopened in July 2016 and has been an international draw since.
A year later, the park is celebrating its fifth birthday with the premiere of a new attraction called Happy Trails.
This is the fourth and final iteration of the park’s popular, four-level ride.
It has a new look, a new sound, new rides and a new feel for visitors.
The ride is set in a park where the residents and workers of the community have grown to love each other and are united by a shared love of roller coasters.
It is a nostalgic ride with a lot of tradition and a lot more magic.
The theme park is set to be open to the public on Wednesday.