Posted Monday, June 9, 2003 4:42 AM | Contributed by General Public
After six decades of banking on showbiz schmaltz, Marineland is making its first serious stab at revival since the seaside attraction started falling apart in the 1990s. Last week, workers were tearing down the 3-D movie theater and plugging away at a new marina. In the fall, they'll start working on a dolphin lagoon that will replace the small circular pools that have housed the dolphins for 65 years.
Read more from The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
I live in Florida and didn't know that Marineland was still open. I could have sworn that they closed about 5 years ago. They better get the message out a little better.
If they don't find a niche soon and exploit it, they'll be Cypress Gardens North in no time, hoping for a rescue.
Kind of hard to take a post as objective if a park or coaster name is part of the "user name"
Come on, fhqwgads!
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