Posted Wednesday, April 9, 2008 10:40 AM | Contributed by Jeff
Members of the Michigan Natural Resources Commission will learn the status of the theme park proposal on Thursday, after nearly two years of discussions between the developer and the state Department of Natural Resources. Whether state officials will consider selling 1,800 acres of state land for the venture depends on the developer solidifying financial backing, but that's yet to occur. The $161 million amusement park has been proposed for a site near Interstate 75 in Grayling Township.
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This lunatic is going to get this park built, and, by God, this thing will be amazing. This park will be filled with wooden coasters whose exit platforms lead only to another wooden coaster! You'll have to take a coaster to get to the exit of the park. We're not talking out and backs, just an "outs."
Each coaster will lead farther and farther in the distance, inaccessible by any other path in the park. Horizon after horizon of coasters. Kids will be separated from their parents for days. Kids can sleep in tents in campgrounds in the Michigan wilderness. The park will have its own helicopter team to locate lost families.
My God, it's happening. You go, man.
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