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Rides at the Jeepers! locations

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MrBlueBirdLover6 (talkcontribs)

Hey! I have a question for everyone. Most of us know what Jeepers! is right? We're all one the same webpage? We're all using the same wifi? Okay, in case you don't know what it is, it's a chain of Indoor FEC's. And right now, I'm on a journey to find the rides at all of the locations (mainly the Clinton Township location). I already completed Albany, Southfield, West Nyack, Norridge, Mesa, Greenbelt (I think), and Olathe. Now, the only locations I've been to were in Auburn Hills and Sterling Heights, so I know what rides were/at those locations.

As for the rest, I got a few. I got the swings, spinning cups, kiddie train, and roller coaster for Concord; bumper cars, and roller coaster for Livonia; banana flyers, monkey barrels, and roller coaster for Parkville; bumper cars, and roller coaster for Rockville; and banana flyers, monkey barrels, and roller coaster for Clinton Township.

As for the rest of the locations, I only got the roller coaster. For a long time now, I've been trying to find the rides at the rest of the locations. So, can anyone who's been to the rest of the Jeepers! locations tell me what rides you remember there being? If not, that's okay. All I need is the rides at the Clinton Township location, and we're golden!

Lachlan (talkcontribs)

Hello, we're only a small community here and I don't think any of us have been to a Jeepers park. You may have better luck asking on a theme park forum, but I suspect not many people have visited or if they have, they were children at the time and won't remember anything about it. As for working out the rides, you may be able to find them by looking at the photos on the Roller Coaster DataBase, or searching on Flickr.

MrBlueBirdLover6 (talkcontribs)

I tried looking at photos of the Jeepers! parks on RCDB and Flickr, but they both have no pictures of Jeepers! in Clinton Township. The only photos of Jeepers! in Clinton Township are of Python Pit.

Lachlan (talkcontribs)

It's tricky, I guess taking photos in indoor parks is that bit more awkward, and as most of the rides are very small they wouldn't be of much interest to any adults coming for the coaster credit.