Marietta, Georgia, USA
1990 to 2010
Opened in 1990, Georgia's self proclaimed "only amusement park for small children" had both rides and educational activities, and was open all year. Built adjacent to Six Flags White Water Amusement Park, the $8.5 million facility opened as a "pay as you play" park. When it opened, the park included both an 18 hole outdoor and a nine-hole indoor miniature golf courses. There were seven "family-style" rides outside, including a train, small roller coaster and balloon ride. Inside was a carousel, and children's play area, arcade and restaurant.
In 2008 Six Flags leased the park to FEC operator Zuma Holdings. Late that year Zuma sold all their parks, and American Adventures lease moved to the Mega Fun Parks FEC family.
On February 8, 2010, the following message was posted on their website:
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