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ThrillCoaster Tours: Roller Coaster Summer Camp!

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Looking for a different sort of camp to go to this summer? Look no further than ThrillCoaster Tours - the perfect answer for bringing summer fun and excitement to teens who love riding roller coasters at amusement parks around the country!


Imagine the thrill as kids ages 12 to 16 twist, turn and plunge down the steep hills of some of America’s most awesome roller coasters! ThrillCoaster Tours in New Jersey, is offering three teen tours for summer 2010.


Tour #1: Gateway To The West Tour

Spend 14 days (June 28-July 11) checking out roller coasters in eight different parks, including Six Flags Great America (Chicago)! Start out at Knoebels Amusement Park, famous for its food and Phoenix, one of the best wooden roller coasters in the United States. Next stop takes you to the roller coaster capital of the world, Cedar Point, for two incredible days (including early admission so you ride the roller coasters before the public does). Then head to parks in Indiana Beach, Mt. Olympus and Six Flags Mid America. The trip ends at Kennywood!



Tour #2: BeachGoers Tour

Spend six days (August 1-6) taking in four different amusement parks, plus Virginia Beach, voted the number 1 beach in the country. Kings Dominion park is featuring a brand-new Giga roller coasters (coaster 300 feet or higher).



Tour #3: North Of The Border Tour

Spend eight days (August 8-15) checking out amusement parks and roller coasters in Canada, and experience other activities like jet boarding and more! This final trip of the 2010 summer brings you to Canada, where the jet boating is amazing and the indoor rock climbing is frighteningly extreme. There’s no better way to end a summer than with this tour.



Want more info? Go to www.thrillcoastertours.com!


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    JennyD

    JennyD wrote:

    These r so fun! Front seats or back seats are the best
    commented: Sat Aug 03, 2013

    DreamChild

    DreamChild wrote:

    I l;ove Rollercoasters!
    commented: Wed May 01, 2013

    Collie.Baby

    Collie.Baby wrote:

    I've been to kings dominionits awesome and I live in VA Beach
    commented: Sat Jan 05, 2013

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