Fun Spot America Theme Parks

Fun Spot America Theme Parks is a collection of amusement parks in the city of Orlando, Florida, United States. It has owned and maintained a number of minor amusement parks throughout the years, and it now has three locations in Orlando, Florida, Kissimmee, Florida, and Fayetteville, Georgia. The group was founded in 1979 and has been in operation since 1979.

Located near Universal Orlando and I-Drive, Fun Spot America – Orlando is a family-friendly amusement park in Orlando, Florida. In addition to three roller coasters, there are four different go-kart tracks to choose from. Among the rides at the park are the Sea Serpent, an E&F Miler Industries family roller coaster, the GCI wooden roller coaster White Lightning, and the Freedom Flyer, a Vekoma Suspended Family Coaster by Vekoma.

Fun N Wheels, the first of the Fun Spot America Theme Parks, opened in 1979 near the I-Drive tourist corridor in Orlando, Florida, under the name Fun N Wheels. This three-acre park in Wet ‘n Wild Orlando, which had no frontage on the main roadways, had an arcade, three go-kart tracks, a miniature golf course, bumper cars and boats, Raging Riptide (a 40-foot-high water slide), and a 55-foot Ferris wheel, among other attractions.

With the introduction of new sorts of rides such as the riptide slide created by New Wave Rides, this park established itself as the world’s first themed action park. In 1988, a second Fun N Wheels store in Kissimmee, near to the regional mall, was opened for business. Both stores were sold in 1988 to Pleasurama USA, who at the time also owned Hard Rock Café, with the hope that the concept would be expanded to other malls in the region. This, however, did not take place.

Fun Spot Amusement Park, located in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, first opened its doors in 1990. A second park, in Virginia Beach, Virginia, opened two years after the first one. These amusement parks were open until 1998.

Fun Spot relocated to Orlando in 1997 and debuted as Fun Spot Action Park (later renamed Fun Spot America – Orlando) near the original Fun N Wheels location on I-Drive, where it has remained since. The 4.7-acre (1.9-hectare) park, which cost $4 million to build, opened on December 24 and features their trademarked, patented design of multi-level go-kart tracks with three levels. As well as the other attractions, the park had a Ferris wheel that was 102 feet (31 meters) tall and a two-story video arcade.

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