I wonder if Six Flags would come to Florida (either at Tampa, Polk, Orlando, or where ever) at some point?
My opinion is that Florida dose need more theme parks, particularity Orlando. And if that happens, I think they could build a resort complex with two Six Flags theme parks (which one would be a dry Six Flags theme park and second would be a water park), a downtown district, mini-golfs, hotels, and more. In my head, it would be called "Six Flags Florida Resort".
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Six Flags New York is a theme park in upstate New York. It was founded in 1955 as "Wildwood Grove", a campground with a small kids park with rides. The first "adult ride Wildwood Grove received was a wooden coaster called "Jack Rabbit" in 1962. Jack Rabbit was replaced with another wooden coaster called Roar! in 1975. In 1985 the park added a water park called "Wet 'n Wildwood" with a four slide complex called "Barracuda Bay" and a smaller slide complex for kids. Six Flags bought Wildwood Grove in 1998 and it became "Six Flags New York". In 1999 "Little Bo Peep's Petting Zoo" was replaced with "Looney Tunes Seaport" with five rides relocated from the "KidZone" children's area KidZone also got a Vekoma family suspened coaster called "Scooby-…Read more >