Archive for Tables of Contents

January 2016

January 5, 2016 No Comments

The Large Park Report  Where the Fun Flows Freely – Dining and Alcohol Options at Large Parks  The Large Park Report looks at an interesting new trend in the large park and resort world, the addition and expansion of high end food and beverage experiences. Waves Waterpark Trends – Keeping Guests Safe and Entertained Trends […]

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September/October 2015

August 27, 2015 No Comments

The Large Park Report   How Mobile Apps Are Changing the Theme Park Experience The Large Park Report examines several of the leading versions of wait time software and how even this technology could change in the future as theme parks seek to improve the guest experience by reducing wait times and promoting direct interaction with […]

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June 2015

May 22, 2015 No Comments

The Large Park Report  The VIP Treatment How parks are offering exclusive, and expensive, guest experiences. Waves   Something for Small Fries – Splashparks Hit a Target Demographic for Waterparks Splashparks, or interactive play areas, are often primarily directed at children, but that doesn’t mean that adults don’t appreciate them as well. In this article, waterpark staff members […]

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April/May 2015

April 20, 2015 No Comments

The Large Park Report  Going Mobile – Large Parks and the Food Truck Craze Mobile food vendors are gaining popularity at a fast-paced clip. This article explores how large parks are getting in on the food truck action. Waves   Keeping Up with Upkeep – Advice and Best Practices for a Clean Waterpark Waterparks that […]

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February/March 2015

February 13, 2015 No Comments

The Large Park Report  Advice from Large Parks on Finding the Best Vendors To commemorate Tourist Attractions & Parks’ annual Buyer’s Guide directory, Contributor Chad Emerson discussed strategies for finding the best vendors with large parks. The Large Park Report · Attraction Profile: TRIOTECH and Cedar Fair Waves Keeping Up with the Current – Best […]

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January 2015

January 7, 2015 No Comments

The Large Park Report Food Service Stars – Celebrity Chefs and Theme Parks Is the celebrity chef trend also gaining traction in the theme park world? Keeping Guests in the Dark – Interactive Dark Rides from TRIOTECH  The Fun Is at the Fair  Traveling Entertainment Trends – Fair and Carnival Rides and Games What are […]

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November 2014

October 24, 2014 No Comments

The Large Park Report   Rides for Today, Rides for Tomorrow – What Is New and on the Horizon at the Nation’s Large Parks This story examines what was new in 2014 and what will come in 2015 at several of the nation’s large parks. Bonus Sidebar:  Six Flags Over Georgia to Debut New Rides […]

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September/October 2014

August 19, 2014 No Comments

 THE LARGE PARK REPORT Universal Studio’s Summer Coup – The Immersive Design of Diagon Alley Harry Potter’s Diagon Alley made a big summer splash at Universal Orlando. WAVES: A SPECIAL REPORT Getting Guests to Wade into a Story – Great Ideas for Waterpark Theming Waterpark theming can increase the fun factor and enhance the appeal of […]

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November 2012

November 1, 2012 No Comments

COVER STORY Prime Time for Themed Locations – Company Adds Larger-than-Life Prop Creation to Roster of Services Prime Time Amusements (PTA), one of the premier global operators, sellers and event renters of video arcade machines and simulators since 1992, recently launched a new division, called Prop Creations. This article tells the story of the thinking […]

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September/October 2012

September 12, 2012 No Comments

THE LARGE PARK REPORT Surcharge Attractions: How Parks Are Adding Value to the Visit Ever since Disney’s parks evolved from a “pay as you ride” ticketing strategy to a single admission approach, other theme parks have, by and large, incorporated that same method.  But recently, several of the industry’s larger parks have begun to offer […]

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