Carowinds New ‘Carolina County Fair’ Is About To Open – Today Was Media Preview Day (Video)

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carowinds-country-fairCarowinds is about to bring back the 50s with it’s brand new ‘Carolina County Fair’. The new section will offer four vintage fair rides, as well as new foods, landscaping, and events.

The new section, along with the rest of the park, will be opening to the public on March 25th, 2017.

Today they invited the media out to take a tour of their progress so far:

The new rides will include (info and pictures via Carowinds.com):

Electro-Spin

Electro-Spin

Get ready for a jolt of fun when Electro-Spin sends riders through a freely rotating orbit through the air on its floorless gondolas. This unique ride will leave thrill seekers awed by its arsenal of tangled tricks.

Zephyr

Zephyr

This classic family swing ride will suspend guests as the ride rotates in a circular, wavelike motion – all while serving up some breathtaking views of the new County Fair and the rest of the park.

Rock 'N' Roller

Rock ‘N’ Roller

A staple of any County Fair, the Rock ‘N’ Roller is a fast-paced circular ride that will rock n’ roll you around and around, up and down as high-energy tunes and spectacular lighting complement this awesome experience.

Do-Si-Do

Do-Si-Do

This super-fun spiraling adventure will send guests flying through the air and gliding up, down and around as three giant arms rotate riders in different directions – all while increasing speed and elevation.
Carowinds will also be changing the “Carolina Cobra” to “The Flying Cobras”:

The Flying Cobras

The Carolina Cobra is getting a makeover with a new name and theme. Fitting for any Carolina County Fair, guests will look to the sky for an air show featuring the daring aviation maneuvers of The Flying Cobras.

The Carolina’s biggest theme park also just completed their recent $50 million expansion, which included the new Carolina Harbor waterpark, as well as the new Fury coaster – which is now the tallest and fastest giga coaster in the world.

What do you think of Carowind’s new additions?

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