The fourth park on this year's road trip really turned out to be the highlight, I'm quite please to report. Located in Salem, New Hampshire, Canobie Lake Park first opened way back in 1902 as a trolley park. While many trolley parks have since closed, some of them have survived the test of time to still operate today, though without the trolleys.
|This is New England's most Affordable Family Fun!|
And it even has a beautiful entrance! It was just completed a few years back, and the park did a fantastic job building a modern park entrance with all the bells and whistles, but also the important things like guest relations and potties and turnstiles. The rustic theme to the area also nicely fits in with the wooded and lakeside setting of the park perfectly.
|I think I'm liking what I'm seeing. Yes, I am.|
|The inversions are taken really quickly.|
|A wider view of the whole ride.|
|A peaceful area with a thrilling ride.|
|Munch, munch, munch says the Caterpillar.|
|Gotta love the canopy on the ride!|
|Just swingin' along with DaVinci.|
|Kids will love the Dragon Coaster.|
|So pretty, all over.|
I wanted to cover this park a bit more in depth, so we'll break things into two parts for Canobie. Watch for the second part soon!