10 acres would be nice. Darkrides and flumes are good choices. And SFGRAMBoy20, everyone always whines that no one from the industry ever asks our opinion; now it's time so please don't critisize him, k? Thanks!
Also, some calmer rides for people that don't like rollercoasters (like when a grandparent takesa grandchild to a park :) )
----------------- G.Bush:We will find those who did it, smoke them out of their holes, get them running, and bring them to justice. I pray that I will never see a Six Flags Conneaut Lake
As far as other rides, a carousel is the soul of a park. Other than that, I can't see a park without flying swings (for shame, BGT), bumper cars, simulator ride, and those nasty teacups (the only ride really deemed fit to be called a spin'n'spew, IMO). Of course you MUST have at least one woodie, that's the heart of the park (IOA?). Concerts and fireworks/laser shows are a must for "other attractions", perhaps a 3-D cinema. ----------------- Son of Drop Zone - PKI CoasterCamp I Champions!!!
Titan_Fan, PGA has a great double-decker carousel...forget the name/make, but it sits on the water near the front midway, has a great view... Waterpark is also HIGHLY recommended, adds greatly to capacity, spreads out the crowds, and is fairly inexpensive for the number of people that use it. ----------------- Son of Drop Zone - PKI CoasterCamp I Champions!!!
*** This post was edited by gatorwoodie on 10/20/2001. ***
Gotta have the Vintage Cars for grandma and grandpa, although I got my 65 yr old grandpa on everything at CP last year and hew loved it. It was great listening to him yell "Whoa Nellie!" on Mantis lol.