Dixieland IMO is just there sitting on the reminants of a former attraction. Part of the park's attractions are located on an old parking lot so watch your setp! The coaster is quite rough. The best two rides are the screamin swing and the ziplines. Quite an expensive credit to nab.
I had a lot of fun here on the Deep South TPR trip. The zipline was a lot of fun, and a pretty unique ride. The coaster was actually pretty scary for being small. The Scream n Swing was very good, especially since it was included in the price. The shows were inappropriately funny as well. Pretty run down, and not a lot of rides, but good for a little family visit.
To answer the title question, probably not. But it would make things more fun! Kind of a ghetto FFC, with half-completed rides and stuff. A credit, a chapel, a game room, a screamin swing, and a dirty lake. Yuuup.. I would love to celebrate my birthday here
This is a cute little "new" park that has a lot of opportunity to expand. Currently, there are go-carts (FUN) this crazy zip line coaster thingy, and a Meiler coaster that is quite brutal but fun. We had a really good time there, but easily did everything a a couple of hours.
NOTE: the Octopus ride runs LONG cycles and spins like a $%^#! That is not a complaint for me, but if you are suceptible to the spin - and - puke disease, I'd stay away from it.
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