The only place I could think of Disney building another American park is New Orleans.The main reasons for this is if they could get the SFNO property for free/cheap and they have plans for another DisneySea-type park,and they could use New Orleans as a regular destination for their cruise line.
And the next time a major hurricane hits, it can get demolished just like SFNO. Even Disney can't stop mother nature.
-Mike Total Coasters: 152 Top 10 Steel: Maverick, Intimidator 305, Skyrush, Fury 325, Banshee, Millennium Force, Raptor, Superman: The Ride (SFNE), Top Thrill Dragster, Big Bad Wolf Top 10 Wood: The Beast, El Toro, Phoenix (Knoebels), Boulder Dash, Thunderbolt (KW), Mystic Timbers, Twister (Knoebels), Hercules, Shivering Timbers, Jack Rabbit (KW) Top 5 Hybrid: Steel Vengeance, Twisted Timbers, Goliath (SFGAm), Wicked Cyclone, Great White
Mike240SX wrote:And the next time a major hurricane hits, it can get demolished just like SFNO. Even Disney can't stop mother nature.
If Disney wanted too they could easily solve the elevation problem in New Orleans just like they did in Florida. However, fat chance you will see a Disney park in New Orleans or anywhere else in the US.
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There have been rumblings of Disney buying the old Six Flags Autoworld location. Buying every defunct coaster and open Disney Defunct world. Classics such as Cuda Falls, Volcano the Blast Coaster, Dueling Dragons, Cobra from LaRonde, many rides from Astroworld. Defunct World was also high bidder on Big Dipper from Geauga lake. Customers will feel so much nostalgia as they see old classics from all over the world. Laser from Dorney Park and Wild Cat from Cedar Point will also make an appearance. Disney Defunct World will be a flint Destination.
After riding Lightning Run I can not understand why parks are not lining up to buy some Hyper GTX models. That little ride rocks
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