Sorry I know I’ve posted about this before but their was once an article on here that listed the US Cities that don’t have a theme park that should get one. This question is for Robert Niles actually I saw you left off Austin on the list Austin is a rapidly fast growing city that will continue to grow years and years from now. I know the city doesn’t have a theme park neither does Houston even though it’s more likely Houston is to get a park before Austin does. I notice the state of Texas only has Six Flags and SeaWorld presence but no Cedar Fair presence which is a little bit surprising TX being the second largest state California being number 1 which does has CF and Six Flags parks. Why can’t Texas have it? Schilliterbahn was just purchased by Cedar Fair and I know it’s not likely Cedar Fair won’t build a dry park in Texas and they won’t build another six flags park for sure. But Austin seems like a nice city to have a small to medium sized theme park. Not anything big like the size of Six Flags America in Largo, MD. Just my thoughts. But TX has no Herschend, Cedar Fair, Palace Entertainment presence I’m not sure if Disney and universal will ever make a splash in Texas one day I think out of all the US states Texas has a lot of potential to build a ground up theme park in the future because since the state is the 2nd largest in the county they have room to work with the question is where. This Question is mainly for Mr Robert Niles but anyone else can also answer.Tweet
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