Theoretical: Where to build your new park.

Tuesday, September 17, 2002 5:15 PM

Let's say that you have a good amount of funds and your mission is to build an amusement/theme park with it. It all sound so good, because that amount of money is not given (you decide, just be realistic). You can build this anywhere (again, YOU must decide). And you decide how big, what type of park, and what rides.


1. Would you build this park in a city/region that currently has no park?

-or- Build the park someplace that another park exists, but the existing place is very small and limited?

-or- Build in an area that has an already good, popular (possibly large) park, and could use some competition?

-or- Build in an area that you think needs something better than what the existing park can deliver?

2. Small grove? Local fun? Regional thrills? or Major themer?

3. Unique and tiny? Large and thrilling? Gigantic and imposing?

4. A little gift to the community? or Ready to take on Disney, SF, Paramount, CF, etc?

Ready? Go!

It's a purple thing. You wouldn't understand. (See, I've got you saying "What?")

Tuesday, September 17, 2002 5:21 PM

We already have a topic going on about this. Here is the link.

Ric Flair was hitting on the female host, he told her - "Space Mountain may be the oldest ride in the park, but it has the longest line." WOOOOO!


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