Freestyle Music ParkI’m off on another coaster trip. This time I’m taking the family to Myrtle Beach, SC. While we’re there I hope to re-visit the revamped Freestyle Music Park. It will be interesting to see all of the changes the park has undergone from when it was Hard Rock Park. I’d also like to go to Family Kingdom Amusement Park, so that I can ride the classic wooden coaster Swamp Fox. When the trip’s over I’ll have ridden my 190th roller coaster. I’ll be adding a Hard Rock vs. Freestyle post when I get back.

You may have noticed that I haven’t been posting as often. Two back-to-back trips have kept me pretty busy. I’ve got some good stuff on the way though. Several roller coaster reviews, a couple interviews, and more. Stay tuned!

What’s Your Take?
Got any tips or suggestions for my Myrtle Beach trip? Leave a comment below.

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3 Responses

  1. Matthew

    When i went to freestyle music park/ Hard Rock Park, the Led Zepplin Ride/The Time Machine was amazing. Well number 1 the coaster never had a line. Well you had that video you have to watch, which i hated, but the ride itself was great. Its really smooth and the first vertical loop is amazing. Just dont go on that slippery when wet i hated that ride it was just a waste of 45 minutes

  2. The Coaster Critic

    Thanks for the mini review. Now that it's Time Machine, those rooms that you wait in where the video was were not being used. So I stood in front of the 80s doors, passed through the room, and walked straight onto the train. My train got the the 90s soundtrack so it must be random.

  3. Etienne

    There is a park near Myrtle Beach's boardwalk, with a middle-sized wooden coaster. Painted white.

    It would be funny to have a review of this one.


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