Cinema Vision operated in Hersheypark from 1982 to 1985 in what is the Pioneer Frontier region, today.
In The Boardwalk at Hersheypark, the park has a slide complex called Coastline Plunge, and smaller slides as part of the East Coast Waterworks complex. Hersheypark also had another slide … Continue reading Shoot the Chutes at Hersheypark
Get fizzy with it! On July 4, Hersheypark happily debuted the first permanent location of BBLz™, where mixologists – a.k.a. Bubble Makers –combine unexpected flavor bases, custom-blended foams and sweet … Continue reading BBLz
After the 1972 season, Hersheypark had to figure out what to do with the empty space created by the loss of The Lost River, the park’s Philadelphia Toboggan Company Mill … Continue reading Dancing Waters | 1973-1974
When Hersheypark opened for the 1971 season on April 18, 1971, things were quite different. The park was gated, and there were five entrances around the park’s perimeter. Even the … Continue reading Hersheypark in 1971
This was a news item I saw in today’s Derry Township (Dauphin County, PA) newsletter. Improvements at Major Intersection to Begin on April 3rd Kinsley Sitework has announced that work … Continue reading Hersheypark Drive improvements
With various haunted attractions available within close distance of Hershey, Hersheypark didn’t try their hand at having a haunted attraction in Hersheypark. That changed in 2004 when park management decided … Continue reading Haunted Harvest | 2004
NightLights was a laser show installed in Midway America before the start of the 2001 season. Guests were able to view the show in the empty grass field in the … Continue reading TBT #33 | NightLights Laser Show
This is a history of Pioneer Frontier Food Court which was constructed in 1985.
In 1969, Hersheypark received a donation from Reading Railroad Company – a rare red caboose. This caboose, #92938, was built in September 1942 – when steel was only allowed to … Continue reading Little Red Caboose (Lost Children’s Caboose)
Printed on May 7, 1972, in The Patriot-News, was a special section all about the grand opening of the new Hersheypark (although it was renamed a year earlier in 1971). … Continue reading …A Happy Experience | May 7, 1972