Luna Park to add Ropes Course and Log Flume
New York’s Coney Island is about to get a whole lot bigger, as Luna Park has announced their plans for expansion. The two year plan presented by the iconic park has the park receiving both upgrades and a ropes course in 2019, followed by a log flume in 2020. The expansion will increase the size of the park by a factor of 50%.
In 2019, the park is set to add a new ropes course. Dubbed the “Ropes Circus”, this attraction is similar to Dutchman’s Deck Adventure Course found at Nickelodeon Universe. Like it’s Minnesota counterpart, the new course will include a slide, zip-line, and other unique aerial challenges to test the strength of those who participate. The attraction will stand 34 feet tall.
Furthermore, new dining options are being built for the upcoming season. The new entertainment plaza will consist of games, food stands, and seating. Concept art indicates that the new plaza will be themed in a manner similar to the styling found in Luna Park.
The highlight of the new expansion will be the new Zamperla log flume, which will open in 2020. The new flume will stand 40 feet tall, and reach speeds of 30 mph. Each ride on the flume will treat riders with breath-taking views of the ocean.
For tickets and more information, visit the official Luna Park website by clicking here.
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