I would try to make my rides European style, but emphasize the park to gear more towards adults and young professionals and families with older kids rather than focusing on kids. I say European style in the sense that I would want big time thrilling coasters with quality theming and landscaping as well. But, most of those parks generally have 2-3 thrill coasters with the rest being kiddie rides. I'd want almost everything to be a signature, big time ride. Maybe offer a babysitting service for the kiddie so that the parents can have fun, and give their existing kids more siblings.
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