View Full Version : Wouldnt it be cool if SFNJ added an indoor theme park
05-06-2001, 12:42 PM
For some people who want to not only work in the summer could work in the winter. It would be fun for rollercoaster lovers in the east too so they don't have to wait a half a year to ride coasters again. It would be 200 feet high behind the parking lot and the road leading to SFNJ.+ use the same parking lot as SFGAdv
<BR>So i would like to know if you would like that idea and what coasters you would want in it or what types anything you would want it to have
<BR>I would like to have Mr. Freeze in it<BR><BR><font size=-1>[ This Message was edited by: boardadmin on 2001-07-14 17:56 ]</font>
I dont know, part of the whole amusement park feel is going in nice weather outside. Indoor amusement parks never feel like amusement parks to me.
05-06-2001, 01:06 PM
but it would only open in the winter when Six Flags Great Adventure is closed
I realize that, I'm just not too thrilled with the whole "amusement park in a box" concept, ya know?
05-06-2001, 01:53 PM
SFNJ shouldnt try that indoor things anymore. Case in point, Skull Mountain. That ride sucks.
05-06-2001, 02:07 PM
Skull Mountain Sucks because its a family coaster and because you can see where you are going, before they added those lights and sounds
05-06-2001, 02:13 PM
Would you rather be on thrill ride.com thinking about the upcoming rides or accually being on one.You guys make it sound like its going to be so compact that you can't see the roof. Skull mountain was supposed to be an in the darkride not an indoor.
05-09-2001, 09:35 PM
Anyone have anything possitive to say about this
05-10-2001, 03:48 PM
05-10-2001, 03:54 PM
I must say, if you are afraid of the reaction to an idea, you really shouldn't post it. For the record, I think it would be too expensive...
05-11-2001, 08:28 AM
I think it's a good idea. Ok Skull Moutain is a family coaster but FOF isn't and it is also indoors. A park with enclosed coasters could be a cool thing.
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