Kings Adventure is an amusement park located in Binghamton, New York. It is a sister park to Kings Paradise, Kings Island, and Kings Dominion.
After the success of their first park Kings Paradise, the Anders family opened a second park called King Adventure in 1974 as Adventureland. However, unlike its counterpart this park didn't have as much success and was sold to Funtime Parks Inc. in 1978. In 1994, the park was sold to Six Flags and renamed "Six Flags New York". In 2006 the park was sold along with several other properties and bought by
Park areas Edit
Planet Snoopy (formerly known as "Looney Tunes Seaport" (1999-2006) and "Popeye's Seaport" (1994-1998))
Barracuda Bay (inclusive water park)
Roller coasters Edit
A Philadelphia Toboggan Company wooden coaster.
An EF Miller kiddie coaster. Formerly known as "Woodstock Express" (2007-2011), "Roadrunner Express" (1999-2006), and "Jr. Serpent" (1981-1998).
An Arrow Dynamics looping coaster.
A Togo stand up roller coaster.
A Schwarzkopf custom spiral coaster that is enclosed. Relocated from Kings Paradise. Formerly known as "Nightmare at Phantom Cave" (1994-2006) and "Starchaser" (1987-1993).
An Arrow Dynamics suspended swinging roller coaster. Formerly known as "Batman: The Ride" (1999-2006) and "Vampire" (1990-1998).
A Vekoma Boomerang roller coaster.
A Gerstlauer spinning coaster. Formerly known as "Tony Hawk's Big Spin" (2008).
Son of Monster
A Rocky Mountain wood/steel hybrid coaster.
Flat rides Edit
A Huss Ranger ride.
A Schwarzkopf Enterprise ride.
A Huss Top Spin ride. Formerly known as "Twister" (2000-2006).
An Intamin frist generation Free Fall ride. Formerly known as "Fear Fall" (1984-2006).
An observation deck that is a replica of the Efil Tower in Paris, France.
A Mack Calypso ride.
Boo Blasters on Boo Hill
A Sally Corporation dark ride. Formerly known as "Scooby Doo Ghost Blasters" (1999-2006).
A Ferris wheel.
A double decker carousel.
Joe Cool Motorcycles
A Hampton Rides motorcycle kiddie umbrella ride. Formerly known as "Porky's Road Hogs" (1999-2006) and "BMX Motocross" (1974-1998).
A Zamperla Mini Jet themed to wooden rafts. Formerly known as "Pepe Le Pew's Rafts of Romance" (1999-2006) and "Sea Hag Island" (1994-1998).
Snoopy's Wacky Wheel
A Zamperla kiddie Ferris wheel. Formerly known as "Michigan J. Frog's Wacky Wheel" (1999-2006) and "40 Winks" (1994-1998).
Charlie Brown Windup
A Zamperla kiddie Wave Swinger ride. Formerly known as "Taz Twister" (1999-2006) and "Swee' Pea Swings" (1994-1998).
A Zamperla Min Tea Cups ride. Formerly known as "Bug Bunny's Carrot Cans" (1999-2006) and "Spinach Spinnaker" (1994-1998).
Snoopy's Deep Sea Diver
A Zamperla Crazy Bus ride that is sumbmarine themed. Formerly know as "Daffy Diver" (1999-2006) and "S.S. Popeye" (1994-1998).
Defunct Attractions Edit
Roller coasters Edit
Greased Lightning - 1980 to 1998 - A Schwarzkopf shuttle loop. Formerly known as "Serpent" (1980-1993).
Hypersonic XLC - 2002 to 2007 - An air powered vertical coaster. It opened a year after it's KD counterpart, but had many mechanical issues and became SBNO in mid 2006. In 2007 both clones were closed down. Replaced with Head Spin.
Monster - 1980 to 2015 - A William Cobb wooden Coaster. Replaced with Son of Monster.
Flat rides Edit
Phantom Manor - 1980-1998 - An indoor boat ride themed to a haunted house. Replaced with Boo Blasters on Boo Hill.
Roadsters - 1974-1993 - A Hampton Rides kiddie umbrella ride themed to antique cars. Replaced with Woodstock's Whirlybirds.
Kids Carousel - 1974-1993 - A kiddie carousel for kids under 54" tall. replaced with Charlie Brown Windup.