Posted Saturday, March 26, 2016 9:33 AM | Contributed by Jeff
After shaking hands with a costumed Snoopy to end the ceremony, California's Great America general manager Raul Rehnborg addressed some lingering questions and fan worries about the park's future. To begin with, he said, corporate parent Cedar Fair Entertainment Company intends to keep and grow the park exactly where it is through 2074, when its extended lease expires. The site is owned by the city of Santa Clara.
Read more from The Mercury News.
"... Cedar Fair Entertainment Company intends to keep and grow the park exactly where it is through 2074,"
Planning 58 years ahead...that's always good.
The amusement park rises bold and stark..kids are huddled on the beach in a mist
This is exciting, because I was hoping to check out their new ride on the 1st Saturday in June in 2031. I heard it's going to be a Larson Looper; can't wait!
We were there on opening day. It was my son's first time. Although I'm bummed about the loss of the train, trolly, Triple Wheel, and Pictorium, my son had a blast and Rue Le Dodge was super fast! I'll post a short trip report later.
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