Alabama Adventure is adding A new children's play area in Splash Beach Water Park, a new thrill ride in the Magic City USA theme park & more concert shows when the park kicks off its 2007 season on April 18. *** Edited 4/8/2007 12:55:40 AM UTC by Godsentone***
I having always thought of going to Alabama Adventure on my way to my cousins house in TN but, nothing has ever really seemed appealing there, though if they add another decent coaster I think I will stop by, but it sounds like good news for the park.
Good to hear this about AA. The one thing I would most like to see happen is for the smaller patks to find their place and to thrive. Parks like Alabama Adventure, Adventureland, Lake Winnie, Indiana Beach, Beech Bend, Cliffs, Silverwood, Lake Compounce, Waldameer, Seabreeze, Martins Fantasy Island, etc. have a special place and are an important part of the amusement scene for many of us. It has to feel bad when parks like Libertyland, Miracle Strip, and Whalom closed.
I agree w/ Peabody. The Rampage alone is worth the price of admission at AA. Especially when it was new. The maintenance crew has just done a so so job keeping the ride smooth. They need to go to HW for a ride maintenance class.
Because These people are spoiled by the bigger parks with more coasters, who got an earlier start in history. I always wondered how big an attraction would Alabama be if they weren't so afraid of taking some risks and build great parks with great rides, instead of relying just on Football, fishing, hunting and other hobbies as the only big, recreational activities.