Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (Abbreviation: KW)
Park News - (10/7/15) Screamscape received official word from Kennywood that Phantom's Revenge is officially back up and running for Phantom Fright Nights. For the moment, it is only running at 1-Train operation, so the lines may be longer than normal, but they do hope to get it back up to 2-Train Operation sometime this month.
2016 - Noah’s Ark Renovation and New Volcano - Confirmed - (11/26/15) Kennywood is already hard at work with the Noah's Ark renovations it seems, and I'm told that many of the areas in the lower level that were added or renovated back in 1996 will be updated or even removed in favor of new additions. Pictures were posted to Twitter and Facebook by the park showing the removal of the "Elevator of Doom" sequence that started off your adventure, and I'm told that the "bathosphere ending" that hasn't wored for the past few years is also being removed. There are also rumors suggesting that "an old blue friend" may return at the entrance for 2016.
(10/7/15) Kennywood's famous Noah's Ark attraction won the Golden Ticket award for Best Funhouse/Walkthrough Attraction a few weeks ago and to follow up on this, Kennywood has confirmed that the attraction will be updated and renovated for the 2016 season. The park has also confirmed that their aging Volcano (Enterprise) ride is indeed being replaced with the reliable version being removed from Lake Compounce in time for the 2016 season as well.
(9/14/15) According to several sources, Kennywood is currently removing the park's Volcano to retire the ride, however they are planning to replace it by next season with the Enterprise that will be removed from Lake Compounce.
(9/10/15) While this isn't the first time we've seen this happen over the years, a reader sent in photos showing the Volcano ride (Enterprise I believe) being taken completely apart. Not sure if this is just for an another extensive off-season repair or if they are planning on retiring the ride. If anyone knows more, please do let us know.