I wasn't expecting to enter the park on this day but nonetheless I bring you this report.
As soon as I got off of work I figured the lines wouldn't be long, and I was correct. This is Goliath at 2:30 in the afternoon on a Saturday. If you don't mind the rain, this was a great day.
Surprisingly even with many coasters now only running one train, the lines remained low.
Here is the future Hall of Justice. As you can see it's still being worked on and is slowly starting to resemble the other models found at Six Flags Over Texas, Six Flags St. Louis, and Six Flags Mexico.
Raging Bull and Giant Drop really pop against the grey sky.
So far, Justice League is going to open to the public on May 28th.
I truly felt like a cowboy walking through a ghost town, as Nobody else was really in Southwest Territory with me.
Fright Fest is the back of many people's minds and this display is set up for those who may forget. Demon has gotten a new sign. Before it has always been red without flames, and now it is black with flames. Some may disagree but I personally do not think this was an upgrade.
Finally I end this trip report with The entrance to Southwest Territory being blocked off due to Justice League Construction. The Jeep has a new wrap to advertise for the Innovative Sally Dark Ride, as apposed to it's old Fright Fest one.