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Adventure Landing

Adventure Landing
Slogan Adventure Landing—come play with us
Location Jacksonville Beach, Florida
Coordinates
Opened 1995
Operating season Year round
Area 4 acres (16,000 m2)
Rides
Total 16
Website Adventure Landing website

Adventure Landing is a group of amusement parks located in Florida, New York, North Carolina and Texas. The first park was opened in Jacksonville Beach, Florida in 1995 by Adventure Entertainment Company. It was a success and nine other Adventure Landing parks were constructed.

Adventure Landing also manages and operates several other family entertainment centers throughout the United States. In 2012, the company purchased The Beach Waterpark in Mason, OH which opened in May 2013. Adventure Landing runs 18 amusement parks nationwide.

History

The park in Jacksonville Beach, Florida also has a water park, Shipwreck Island. There is no admission for the amusement parks; all the attractions are pay as you play. The water park is seasonal and requires a fee for admission. Not all features are at all parks.[1]

Adventure Landing Locations

Other Locations

  • Ohio: The Beach Waterpark located in Mason [2] and two Magic Mountain Fun Centers located in Columbus [3]
  • Missouri: Cool Crest located in Independence [4]
  • Kansas: All Star Sports Entertainment & All Star Adventures located in Wichita [5]
  • Texas: Amazing Jake's Food & Fun located in Plano [6]

References

  1. ^ Florida Times-Union: January 16, 2003-New owner for Adventure Landing by Gregory Richards
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External links

  • Adventure Landing official website
  • [6]
  • Adventure Landing Job Application
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