The Scooby Doo dark ride at Kings Island is worse than a carnival funhouse. We're talking 2D cutouts for the characters and sets. It's a disgrace, but not a surprising one since Paramount killed any charm the park had when they bought it.
The entire waterpark at Six Flags, Great America, near Chicago.
Let's see, where do I start...
First off, they don't charge extra to get in, but they do (did last summer anyway) charge extra to rent a raft to go on most of the rides....many of which were not operating the day we were there! So, you're stuck with this huge raft, that you paid $12 for, to lug around so noone walks off with it, and most of the rides you can use it on are closed. Great. The one big family water slide that was operating that day had at least a 2 hour wait. No way was I standing in line with a 3 and 6 year old for that amount of time to take a 30 second ride!
Then there's the lazy river which wasn't lazy at all. Every 10-20 feet or so there was something to squirt or drop water on you. Not very relaxing. The giant climbing thingie made for kids was the same way. No matter where you went on the thing, you got squirted by cold water.
Oh, then there's the $5.00 or whatever to rent a locker.
The rest of the park sucked as well. Very little if any shade, dead palm trees, little or no theming, overpriced food etc.
In the park's defense, it had just opened that summer. Hopefully some of the glitches like rides being down and dead palm trees got worked out.
Worst Disney: The Circle of Life, it's the only disney attraction I've ever started falling asleep in, and that was at 10:00 AM!
Worst Non-Disney: That's tough....there's so many cedar fair and six flags rides screaming for attention.
Magic Kingdom: Stitch
Epcot: Ellen's Universe of Energy
MGM: The Power Rangers (Not a ride, more of a meet and greet but I don't think they need to be there. LOL)
Animal Kingdom: The Entire Dinoland.. the theme is soooo NOT Disney.
I wouldn't say ENTIRE Dinoland...the Dino Institute/Dinosaur area isn't THAT bad.
Okay, now to join in on the fun:
Magic Kingdom: Hrmm...didn't do it on our trip, but Indy Speedway? I actually enjoyed Stitch for some odd reason (not for an "Oh my God, best Disney attraction ever sort of reason), but I didn't mind it, and I even waited a good 20-30 for the attraction.
Animal Kingdom: Triceratops Spin....another one of these? Ew...kick it out.
Disney-MGM Studios: Sounds Dangerous. What's the point of this thing again?
EPCOT: From what I did, Living With The Land. Total snoozefest. I mean, at least I LIKE JIYI in its current state.
Other: The Jack Rabbit at Celebration City in Branson, Missouri. If you look for pictures of it (be careful how you search that on the Internet), you'll see why. The thing looks like it would literally fall apart. Like, not jokingly or exaggeratedly like we sometimes do on MC, but seriously. It's also beyond rough.