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16000 Theme Park Way Doswell, VA 23047
16000 Theme Park WayUSVirginiaDoswell23047
(804) 876-5000kingsdominion.com
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I-95 exit 98, Doswell, VA. Kings Dominion and WaterWorks. All in one park, always one price! 400-acre family theme and 20-acre water park that’s home to more than 60 rides, slides, shows and attractions. The park features 15 roller coasters, the largest collection on the East Coast, including the towering Intimidator 305. New in 2013 – togetherness takes on a whole new meaning with the bigger, better Planet Snoopy, featuring 8 new rides, new shows and healthy food options. Park also features Dinosaurs Alive! with 39 life-sized animatronic dinosaurs. For more information, tickets and hours of operation visit www.kingsdominion.com.  

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Big theme park known for roller coasters & thrill rides, with a water park & animatronic dinosaurs.- Google
"The best part were all of the wooden roller coasters."
"My favorite rides are the Intimidator 305 and the Flight of Fear."
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casey kreps
a month ago
The ticket queue was pretty quick and the cashiers were helpful. The main rides were amazing and queue was quick. Do NOT eat at this park 4 microwave hamburgers and some fries cost nearly $100. Extortion at its finest. I recommend leaving the park to eat. The water park was chaos queues are insane. An hour to get a tube plus another hour to get up to the slide. The kids water park was so packed with people that it was miserable. Overall experience ride the coasters, don't eat there, and stay away from the water park.
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sarah Vedder
a week ago
Kings Dominion is the BEST amusement park I have ever been too! A huge variety of rides for all ages. If you're a roller coaster enthusiast, this is the park for you. Be sure to ride intimidator 305! There's a hotel walking distance away that my family and I stayed at, not fancy or anything but clean and convenient. We drove 6 hours to go and it was absolutely worth it. (Best go during the week for less crowds) ONLY COMPLAINT is that the Go Carts are an extra cost.. wtf? We spend like 60+ dollars on admission, why is that not included?
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Chuck Kolodziejski
a month ago
Rides are pretty awesome. The staff, overall, is okay minus the 16 year old kids working the rides that don't know what they're doing and the girls at the concession stand that treat you like you just burned their house down instead of merely asking to order a soda. Pack a cooler, bring your own food; the park permits reentry... no brainer. The crowd itself is a little rough around the edges but that's to be expected at an amusement park. I have to remind myself that it's a damn theme park, not the opera, there's not going to be sophisticated people of class and culture there. There's a lot of low class people there, if you know what I mean. Their Halloween production is good. Overall, good park.
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Jacob Rulo
a week ago
This is a great park!!!! Better than Six Flags America, that's for sure! You have coasters like Volcano, Dominator, Intimidator 305, Flight of Fear, and the Classic, Rebel Yell!!!!! Do not ride the Hurler or Anaconda, though.
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Jimmie Luthuli
2 months ago
You'd expect more from a park in the Cedar Fair family that includes Cedar Point in Ohio and Knotts Berry Farm in California. The roller coasters are old and poorly maintained. The Rebel Yell is not just a creaky wooden coaster, the concept behind the ride is unabashedly racist. There isn't even an attempt to offer a different explanation of the ride name in the brochure. It's a salute to the Confederacy and a slap in the face to African-American decedents of slavery. The name of this ride should have been changed back in the 80's and the fact that the name remains to this day is telling. I doubt I'll be going back to this park. Six Flags America isn't new and shiny, but it's closer to DC and very welcoming to African-American park goers. I wouldn't recommend Kings Dominion unless you live nearby.
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michael w
a week ago
Kings dominion is not very good and I was surprised to learn they are owned by cedar point which is a great park. It is very dirty and the employees are rude and unprofessional. My experience was terrible. I can say if someone is looking for an amusement park to take a long trip to, I'm sure there are many better options. The only ride worth going for is intimidator 305 Or dominator. The park has 4 wood coaster and none of them are smooth or exciting by any means. I thought the six flags parks could use some work but after visiting this park, six flags seems 10x better and the staff is much more professional.
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Shannon Monahan
4 weeks ago
Customer service: My daughter drove 2 hours to attend the park with friends today. When she arrived at the park, it appeared that rain was on its way. However…..once inside all the rides were closed. Kings Dominion had no business selling tickets when they new the rides were shut down. Expecially a non-refundable ticket. The ticket seller did high light the non-refundable part of the purchase, but failed to say that the rides were all down. There are many of other opitions for good customer service. A. Tell the people that CURRENTLY the rides are down due to possible storm. B. Ask them if they would like to call or come back once the storm passes and the rides are open. C. Offer a refundable ticket if the rides do not open within an hour of purchase time. D. Simply DO NOT SELL TICKETS to a park when all the rides are closed.
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Samantha King
3 months ago
I have went here many times before, I have also gone to other amusement parks like Busch Gardens, Carowinds, and etc. Kings Dominion is by far my favorite amusement park on Earth! They have plenty of rides for kids from infants to all ages! My favorite rides are all of them because I love them so much and the food is great. Anytime I have also gone to Kings Dominion I have never had problems with waiting in a line for longer than an hour to an hour and a half and if you have to wait that long all the rides are worth it! I have never been there and a ride has been broken down. Kings Dominion is truely the best amusement park I have ever been to in my life and I hope to keep going for the rest of my life.
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