Posted Saturday, July 8, 2006 11:03 AM | Contributed by Trick Track
Wyandot Lake won’t become another Cedar Point or Sea World, but its soon-to-be owners think it will make at least $1 million a year in profit.
Read more from The Columbus Dispatch.
From what I have seen and heard over the years SF puts there name on the parks signage, but really have had no other involvment in the park's operations. The track record CZ brings to the table as a zoo, gives me confidence that they will handle this aquisition the right way.
If nothing else it'll give families a more localized option for more regular amusement park trips. Right now if they want to ride rides they have to travel at least 2-hours in most directions to get to a park. As far family amusement places in Columbus, to my knowledge, all they have is the two Magic Mountain Fun Centers and the newly opened indoor waterpark, (whose name slips me right now!). I for one will be watching the happenings up there...looks fun!
I doubt the Zoo is planning on turning it into a major ride park or anything, but at least I trust them to put more care into it than SF did. So maybe we'll see some additions/modifications in the future. Could be interesting.
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