Dorney Park Introduction
Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom is an entertainment and water park placed in Allentown, Pennsylvania. The park features 8 roller coasters, other adult and children’s rides, and a waterpark, Wildwater Kingdom.
Dorney Park View
Dorney Park History
Dorney Park begin its history to 1860, when Solomon Dorney establish a trout hatchery and summer resorts on his e state outside of Allentown. In 1870, Dorney decided to change the estate into a public attraction. Initially, the facility featured games, playground-style rides, refreshment stands, picnic groves, hotel, and a restaurant. By the 1880s, Dorney had added a small zoo, gardens, and a number of mechanical rides, marking the enterprise’s beginning as an entertainment park.
Dorney Park Roll coaster
Fast Lane is Dorney Park’s virtual queue system. For 50 dollar , tourists get a wrist band that enables them to get to the front of the line on the most famous attractions without queueing. But if you go on a Saturday, it’s 5 dollar more. Fast Lane includes the following attractions: Steel Force, Talon, Hydra, Possessed, Stinger, Wild Mouse, Thunderhawk, White Water Landing, Dominator, and Thunder Canyon. When rides on the Fast Lane lineup are closed, there is no price change.
Dorney Park Games
Talon Front Row Seat on-ride POV