Posted Monday, July 2, 2012 10:06 AM | Contributed by Jeff
and that was once supposed to be the site of a hotel for the now defunct Hard Rock Park will be sold at Horry County’s foreclosure auction Monday, with court filings revealing more details about how optimistic developers were about the project.
Read more from The Sun News.
So are all the rides still in tact on site? Are there any interests in the park or will the rides and such be eventually sold off?
There has been no recent information to indicate what, if anything, will happen.
This is still such a bummer when I hear about it. I was excited to see HRP grow independently from Cedar Fair and Six Flags, though I DO realize Hard Rock is not exactly a family-run business. And a perfectly good B&M coaster is just sitting there! Really a shame in all aspects.
"Look at us spinning out in the madness of a roller coaster" - Dave Matthews Band
Perfectly average B&M, actually.
The bright side to all this is that MonStars of Rock is closed.
A perfectly average B&M that rocked Zeppelin while you rode.
I didn't get to hear Zeppelin. Whatever I heard, it was forgettable...because I forgot.
That "amusement park", by the time I got there, helped shape my opinion of the importance of IP. FMP had all the rides (essentially) that HRP had....and none of the reported "zazz". Just over 2 hours in the park, 30 mins. of it in an interminably long yet somehow short line for whatever-they-were-calling-the-remnants-of Led Zeppelin. The entire park was totally forgettable except for the weird lift wheel thingy.
Sell the B&M to Holiday World and be done with that whole place...Last edited by rollergator, Wednesday, July 4, 2012 12:46 AM
Wasn't it Time Warp or Time Machine or something? Or Maverick?
Hobbes: "What's the point of attaching a number to everything you do?"
Calvin: "If your numbers go up, it means you're having more fun."
Yep, Time Machine. Or Fahrenheit.
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