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Isn't it one already?

It's close enough.

2024 is only 3.5 years away now.   In the past 10 years the park has: Removed a Kids Area, rethemed another Removed 2 coasters (GASM, Rolling Thunder, 3 if one counts Road Runner-b

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By that year the Safari would most likely be the main focus of the whole park. Animals with be a big attraction, because there will not be many other places to actually see them like the Safari. Of course I am bias because I am in the animal business.

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2024 is only 3.5 years away now.

 

In the past 10 years the park has:

Removed a Kids Area, rethemed another

Removed 2 coasters (GASM, Rolling Thunder, 3 if one counts Road Runner-but that's in storage)

Added 3 coasters (Green Lantern, Joker, Jersey Devil-technically)

Did a huge flat expansion (Adventure Alley)

Merged the park and Safari into 1, and revered that (temporarily?)

Strapped a drop tower on to Kingda Ka (I could see both lasting another decade)

added and removed a Super Loop, and replaced the last of Old Country with 2 cool looking flats

added a high callibur dark ride

added a Christmas event

 

We might see Road Runner reinstalled in National Park in 2021 alongside the debut of Jersey Devil, with a kids area expansion and waterslide in 2022 w/ removal of Twitser, a multi-flat ride expansion (Zamperla Endevour in Plaza Del Carnival, Twsiter replacement, Scarecrow's Barnstormer across from Sky Screamer at the side entrance to DC Universe) in 2023, and just a celebration year-possibly a new entrance and the removal of the Go-Karts and old sim building in 2024, then i'd start work on a revitalization of Boardwalk/Enchanted Forrest.

 

If the park does eventually get a hotel, just plonk it where the gas station is-it's not like that'll ever operate again with a Wawa outside the park. You're about an hour for most of the North & Central Jersey beaches, does start to become a bit of a hike Atlantic City south though (2 hrs to the Cape May Lighthouse) if one wanted to use a potential park hotel as the base for a New Jersey park trip (2-3 days at Great Adv, a day for Keansburg and Jenkinson's, a day at Casino; Steel; and Castaway Cove [Wonderland too if one wants], move to a hotel in the Wildwoods and do a day or 2 at Morey's) 

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