Make your own parkIf you had the chance to build your own theme park, what would you put in it?
From Shane FalconeIf you had to make your own park, what would you put in it?
Posted May 17, 2001 at 3:25 PM
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From Anonymousid put a roller coster that dunkes you under water by the way my email is firstname.lastname@example.org please email me by the way i have msn
Posted October 20, 2002 at 3:43 PM
From Coaster EnthusiastGawd -- Look at the dates on this one, Kevin. It's all too spooky. And, talk about BLOG.
Posted October 20, 2002 at 4:46 PM
RealWorld Adventure Park
"Work, Work, Work Land"
From Anne Evansrides
Posted December 14, 2002 at 2:00 PM
From Ben MillsVery funny Anne. Very funny indeed.
Posted December 14, 2002 at 2:22 PM
From Anonymousoh, and dont forget shops.
Posted December 14, 2002 at 3:45 PM
From Matthew Woodallshows
Posted January 24, 2003 at 2:50 PM
From Coaster EnthusiastDollywood tried the "Shows" theme ...
Posted January 24, 2003 at 3:10 PM
From Coaster EnthusiastAnd, what about ... "WORK! - stage show: the cast of STOMP! destroys an office."
Posted January 24, 2003 at 3:11 PM
--sounds like a show to me.
From Ben MillsHey, not just any office. Why not Eisner's office? It's about time someone gave Disney a reason to move him out.
Posted January 24, 2003 at 3:55 PM
From Marc-André RouthierBravo Shane!
Posted January 25, 2003 at 7:38 AM
You are trying to get something new from these guys! Something inspirationnal, something that make the business improve, get better. But as I see, it is difficult to get anything better then jokes on this site when it comes to getting serious about the future. I have tried a few times. The only serious answers I can get are always from a few regulars. It is easy to criticize. But it is difficult to really look into the future and build aomething out of our imagination. It took Walt 15 years to developp the Disneyland concept. Now I see why
Have a goos they
From Marc-André RouthierI mean a good day
Posted January 25, 2003 at 7:43 AM
From Ben MillsYeah, you may be right. But even if one us comes up with an idea for the best ride ever, what will come of it?
Posted January 25, 2003 at 4:17 PM
That's not saying that people don't try. People like Kevin and Enthusiast often map out ideas for whole parks. Maybe I'm just being lazy, but until Disney come up to me outside Disneyland with a huge clipboard and ask me what I think of Eisner, I don't intend to put much thought into my development of theme parks.
Seulement tout le monde confondre mais le Marc Andre,
From Ben MillsHaving said that though, I think I have just come up with possibly one of the world's greatest ideas...
Posted January 26, 2003 at 3:44 PM
Disney's Time Warp!
Sorry, what am I thinking. Eisner has always had that stupid smile.
Not to mention that it would cost at least $10, way over Disney's budget for a new park, let alone a new ride.
From Anonymousyou all suck he he ha ha
Posted February 21, 2003 at 11:28 AM
From AnonymousTrue, ha!
Posted August 1, 2003 at 6:16 AM
From Chuck CampbellListen up, you knuckleheads! There is one unexploited theme that could be a riot--perhaps literally. Welcome to Stoogeville, Hometown of Moe, Larry, Curly, Shemp, Joe, and Curly Joe. (I think that's all of 'em--maybe we can reserve a special place for Emil Sitka).
Posted August 1, 2003 at 2:47 PM
Here's a few ideas for rides and attractions:
"Moe's Offensive Driving School": These are bumper cars with attitude. Each time you bump another driver, Moe chews you out: "You lamebrain!" You im-be-cile!" Oh, a wiseguy, eh?"
"A Coasting We Will Go": Here's a coaster that only a Stooge could build--cobbled together from old pieces of pipe, rotten old lumber, and truck parts. The trains would be conglomerations of rusty old Model Ts that shake and rattle as they top the lift hill. The loop would be an old radial tire.
"Curly's Woo-Woo": Spin and along with Curly, but watch out for the spitting clams!
"Hoi-Polloi" dark ride: Climb about the Stooges' rusty old truck and take a wild spin through the grounds and all over some rich dowager's palatial mansion. Bob and weave your way, dodging burst water pipes, tottering suits of armor and grandfather clocks, and falling monkey wrenches. The big finish is, of course, a pie fight--with you in the middle!
Would I visit such a place? Soytainly! Nyuk nyuk, nyuk!
From Christian WrightLast night just before falling asleep my mind started running with ideas for improving Disneys California Adventure.
Posted August 1, 2003 at 4:07 PM
#1, re theme golden state to Gold Rush. Make it set during the gold rush era, and have a little more adventure.
From Darren Russelli have purchased a large amount of land so may think about turning it into a themepark in the future.
Posted August 5, 2003 at 8:40 AM
I have been looking at buying to offthe shelf rollercoasters to lend out to a see side fair one in fact is exactly the same as cameolots gauntlet.
From Anne EvansWhere is your land Darren? I might visit it if it is made.
Posted August 5, 2003 at 11:08 AM
From Darren RussellIts in north wales. IT is currentl used for farm land until i can sort out afew rides which will take ages.It will be more like a fair. I dont know if i will go ahead with it untill 2005
Posted August 6, 2003 at 7:22 AM
From Ben MillsYou know, there's a lot of untapped creative design talent going unused on TPI if you need cheap designers...
Posted August 6, 2003 at 7:54 AM
From ashley robinsoni would love to make my own theme park.
Posted July 21, 2005 at 12:06 PM
From Adriel TjokrosaputroI will make a ride that will never be the same like the other rides in any theme parks!Maybe I will build a ride like Indiana Jones but has some inversions!And of course higher and faster!Or maybe I will put a roller coaster just like Kingda Ka but higher,faster,safer,and longer!It will reach the length about 10,000 feet and the height is 500 feet with the top speed of 150 mph.But not faster moving.Cosider the safer I will put some 0-150 mph in...maybe...8-10 seconds.
Posted July 21, 2005 at 11:22 PM
From Johnny McKormickEpic Disneyland(Mostly original rides)Here, I will put 4 Themelands
Posted December 25, 2010 at 7:24 PM
Main Street Las Vegas
2. Dick Tracy's Crimestoppers
3.Las Vegas Tours
3.The Enchanted Tiki Room Theater
2.Mine Train Thru Natures Wonderland
3.Country Bear Theater
4.Big Thunder Mountain Mine Ride
2.Beaver Brothers Canoes
4.Racketys Rum Blast
MORE UPCOMING THEMELANDS
From Johnny McKormickFantasyland
Posted December 25, 2010 at 7:38 PM
2.Pinnochios Daring Journey
3.Alice in Wonderland
8.Poohs Hunny Hunt
THE DISNEY KINGDOM
1.The Black Cauldron Adventure
2.The Sword in the Stone Legend
3.Dragon Castle Mystery Tour
3.ToonTown Bus Jam
2.Monsters inc Ride and Go Seek!-FASTPASS
From steve leeIs five years a zombie thread record?
Posted January 1, 2011 at 9:35 AM
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