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In other news, evidentally next year is the 10th ann of HH at St. Louis, or so a SFStL fanboy just reminded me.
SWOOSH -- MidwestInfoGuide.COM
Of course, Magic Mountain is the confirmed park that will get a roller coaster. Rumors say that SFStL, and SFHH in New Jersey will get additions to the waterpark. I personally think that SFGAm waterpark will be expanded, and they will charge separate admission because this would be the perfect time to do it with Space Shuttle America abandoned, and the rumor is for a Splash Battle. Rumor for SFNE is a roller coaster (water or regular).
Maybe, it's a water year. I don't know. Water attractions are necessary for hot conditions, but at the same time, they aren't open that much. You really don't need them in the morning, and at night. They shouldn't be open during the beginning of the season, and at the end of the season because it's too cold.
They are also much lower capacity as for the slides as only 1 or 2 people except for the Tornado can go down the slide at once. The amusement park water rides do have better capacity though like your white water rapids, or Shoot-the-Chutes.
"We must let go of the life we have planned, so as to accept the one that is waiting for us."
I wonder how much of that $95m is to completely demolish that huge portion of SFKK that is closed this season?
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Coaster Junkie from NH
I drive in & out of Boston, so I ride coasters to relax!
Maybe, it's a water year. I don't know.
Could be, but $95 million is a lot to spend primarily on water-based attractions. I'm assuming there are no new B&M/Intamins on the way but it sounds like a few parks are getting some major attractions. Maybe a few more Gerstlauer spinning coasters?
Hypers are really expensive investments...but they DO pay off.
Lastly, the $95M figure probably includes a lot of infrastructure, and is likely not simply a "rides budget".
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