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    by rw-bigfoot Updated May 8, 2007

    you will see the eiffle tower from the highway. We only go when the local store or pepsi has a discount. Bring a pepsi can in for 10. off or Kroger has tickets and so does AAA at a discount online at the Kings Island site they have E Tickets for 10.00 off GENERAL ADMISSION

    the food is ok- but pack a nice picinic and have the family meet back at the main entrance only one way in and out of this place. and go to the picinic area and have a break. I'd use a little belly pouch to carry and bottle of water in and wear a hat, sunglasses, sun screen and GOOD walking shoes. Some snack of a small bag of trail mix and gum. We would alsways have an icecream after an early packed dinner. This place will nickel and dime you to death. Also some kids can't stay out of the game rooms that cost money to play the games, We always had an understanding with the kids we took that they're here to ride the rides and swim and not play carnival games. If you're going to swim, wear your bathing suit under your clothes of the boys and girls can just pack it in the fanny pack Don't take a towel. The older people would get along good with a motorized wheel chair and they can get in and see ALL the shows. The lines are longgg during weekends and other special days. Call and make sure you don't go on a special day, there is GAY Day :( that is NOT appropriate for children just call before making plans.

    2007 Single Day Admission tickets are now on sale--purchase online NOW and save BIG per person off our Front Gate Admission Prices!

    Front Gate Admission Prices
    Adult Admission
    (ages 3-61; 48 inches and taller) $44.95
    Junior /Senior Admission
    (ages 3 & up; under 48” tall / ages 62 & up) $29.95
    Children 2 and under are FREE!

    Lots of motels in the area check the web site for a big list with phone numbers

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    by ssalatin Written Feb 21, 2006

    The Beach Waterpark is just that, a waterpark. It's a lot of fun and can definitely keep you occupied for a day. It's around 10USD and might actually be better than Paramount Kings Islands waterpark because it's bigger and less crowded. If you have the time, I recommend going there for a day.

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    by ssalatin Written Dec 11, 2005

    Kings Island is HIGHLY overprice. Here's some ways to save money:
    1. Buy a seasons pass if you know you will return the next day.
    2. Get your hand stamped and go to McDonald's or call LaRosa's (347-1111) for lunch. LaRosa's will deliver and save you money. It's what the employees do.

    The fireworks are worth staying for.

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    by ssalatin Written Feb 21, 2006

    The Melting Pot is my favorite restaurant in town. It's right off 1-275 in Montgomery. It's especially nice for a date night or with the family. Because it's fondue, I recommend expecting to spend at least 2 hours there since you have to cook the food yourself. For two people and a full meal (appetizer, main course, dessert, drinks) it was 75USD which is pricey but relaxing and fun.

    Favorite Dish: I always get the dinner for two. Save enough room for dessert. It'll make your toes curl ; )

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    by ssalatin Written Feb 21, 2006

    The Village Tavern is a quaint little bar on the corner of Montgomery Rd and Cooper Rd in Montgomery. There is usually a DJ downstairs and a live band upstairs. There are pool tables on both floors and a back patio for nicer weather. Cover is about 5USD but well worth it. It starts getting packed around 11 or midnight but by that time, who notices. There are older folks, around 50's there also so a very diverse crowd.

    Dress Code: No dress code. Wear whatever is comfortable.

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