Market Overview

Left: Big Rivers Waterpark Below: Kartrite Hotel - front entrance

conference center, a rollercoaster, skate park, indoor surf park, BMX bike park, indoor climbing walls, a Medieval Times-esque experience, virtual reality games, E-Sports arena, a butterfly museum, 25-story skywheel, indoor electric go-karts, a bowling alley, laser tag, virtual golf and a 20-acre saltwater lake with sand beaches. Construction is projected to begin in December with the first phase of the project expected to open in 2019. Margaritaville Village in Kissimmee, Florida, is a

timeshare and retail venue that will include a 12-acre waterpark. Features will include three slide towers, a six-lane mat racer slide, a family raft ride, serpentine tube rides, a wave pool, lazy river ride, a children’s island with slides, rides, food, and beverage, and plenty of shady areas. Rick Hunter of ProSlide has reported the

Alottawata Water Park, in the Ottawa, Canada, area will not open in 2019 as announced. This is at least the second time the opening date for the park has been pushed back by ProSlide, which originally said the park would be open in 2010. The park was first announced by the Ottawa maker of waterslides in 2008. Hunter says that business at ProSlide continues to boom and it requires the full attention of his firm and all of its resources.

Officials in Farmington, New Mexico hope to

have the city's new Brookside Bay Water Park open in June 2019. A community venture, the water park will replace Brookside Pool, which was closed in 2016 due to safety and health concerns. ProSlide is supplying a Pool Sider and AquaTube combo. The city contracted with Jaynes Corporation to build the water park. It will feature a lazy river, two water slides, shade pavilions, play structures and three lap lanes that will double as water basketball and volleyball courts. The zero-depth entry will make the water park easily accessible for people of all ages and abilities. Farmington is financing the multimillion- dollar project through refinanced bonds that the City Council approved last year. About $6 million of the refinanced bonds were allocated to be used on the water park. Ground has been broken for the opening of Oxford,

Ohio’s new $4.5 million aquatic centre, due to open May 25, 2019 at Oxford Community Park. The facility will have a separate competition pool, so swim team use will not prevent the public from using the pool. The public will have access to the competition pool when it is not in use by the swim team. The main public pool will have a zero-depth entry. A bathhouse/concession building will be constructed to allow access for other

users of the park, such as those there for soccer games. There will also be an air-conditioned indoor space for 60 people. There will be water slides, including one that will accommodate two or three people at a time. The lazy river feature will include a party deck for special events. Water Country USA in Virginia will debut Cutback Water Coaster by ProSlide Technologies, Virginia’s first hybrid water coaster, next year. Cutback Water Coaster will be the only RocketBlast coaster on the East Coast and Virginia’s first hybrid water coaster. The revolutionary ride will merge two unique technologies – a water jet propulsion system and exhilarating saucer feature. With the RocketBlast technology, Cutback will drive bigger boats, at higher speeds, and move riders up longer, steeper inclines. Thrill-seekers will board a four-person raft, speed along an 856 foot (261 m) slide, jet through tunnels and slide onto the wide-open space of massive saucer-shaped features. The steep angles of the saucers provide a drop-and-dive sensation as riders race along the edges. Cutback Water Coaster features the latest in turbine technology. A number of other municipal parks are proposed

throughout the United States, but their construction plans are not yet finalised.

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