One of America's best and most traditional amusement parks, located in West Mifflin, Pennsylvania. Home of the Thunderbolt, a multiple-time Best Coaster winner, and The Phantom's Revenge, consistently voted as one of the Top 10 Steel Coasters in the country. At least 5 rides in the park are National Historic Landmarks, as is the entire park itself. Home to the only "Noah's Ark" style ride left in the world, and the only racing coaster to use only one track. The tracks also cross over at a point during the ride to switch sides, but nobody seems to be able to figure out exactly where. Famous with Pittsburghers for Potato Patch French Fries, and no trip to Kennywood is complete without eating some. The park holds many special events, including fireworks on the 4th of July, a "Fall Fantasy" parade for local marching bands in mid-August, and "Fright Nights" during the month of October, where it is turned into a giant Halloween-themed park.
"Hey, we're all headed out to Kennywood for our school's picnic day."
"Kennywood's roller coasters are some of the best around!"
1) An amusement park near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
2) The fly on your pants. Used only in the phrase "Kennywood's open!" to describe when someone's fly is open.
1)The most amazing time of my life was dropping acid and riding the Kangaroo, Phantom, Thunderbolt and Whip at Kennywood.
2) Mary: Dude. Kennywood's open.
John: Oops, sorry bout that.