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Re: Holiday Park Discussion Thread

PostPosted: Mon Mar 27, 2017 12:10 pm
by Henry M
Hmmmm. So from the advice given, I think I should first hit up the parks new water ride, then the haunted castle thing, then definatly get a few rides on the log flume, not forgetting the star flyer, and if I have time at the end of all that to go on Sky Scream. But Ex-G Will be a miss, as everyone seems to think it is awful. Sounds good :lmao: Nah, I will be tearing up my thighs on Ex-G most of the afternoon!

Re: Holiday Park Discussion Thread

PostPosted: Sat Apr 01, 2017 6:01 am
by Henry M
Are there on ride photos on EX-G?

Re: Holiday Park Discussion Thread

PostPosted: Tue Apr 25, 2017 8:04 pm
by petestrash
Is anyone aware of any coupons, codes or other discounts for single entry to Holiday Park?

I'll be there May 15th.


Re: Holiday Park Discussion Thread

PostPosted: Fri May 26, 2017 6:15 am
by JordyC
I was checking the queue times of some parks here in Europe (what else do you do when you're not at a theme park?), and I was shocked when I saw the queues for Holiday Park. Seriously, I have never seen this park that busy.


Re: Holiday Park Discussion Thread

PostPosted: Fri May 26, 2017 6:24 am
by Henry M
^ That is not too bad really. It is very hot at the moment, and for a world class rollercoaster, 65 minutes is not that long. Sky Fly has a very low capacity of 12 riders, and the water rides would be busy too, as it is hot. Also, ExG is very slow to load, and I would guess they are running one train. Factor that in, and it is not too bad, considering what the park has now as a lineup.

Re: Holiday Park Discussion Thread

PostPosted: Tue Jul 25, 2017 8:03 am
by JordyC
Plopsa invests 7.5 million euros in new indoor area in Holiday Park


The German theme park Holiday Park, known for its roller coaster Expedition GeForce will be equipped with an indoor park for summer 2018.

The park will offer a 1.5 acre (6000 m²) surface entirely covered by a 40 ft (12 m) tall roof with no less than 7 attractions among which a family coaster. The cost of this project is 7.5 million euros. This extension of the park will be installed next to the children's area "Majaland", where the "Aquascope" once stood. Work will begin at the end of the 2017 season and the indoor park should be open as early as July 2018.

This new indoor area will be themed about the Heidi universe as well as Tabaluga and Mia & Me. The park's general theme will somewhat looks like the Heidiland area of ​​Plopsaland de Panne in Belgium. The only roller coaster in the area will be installed in the middle of a Swiss village and will be supplied by the German company Zierer. It will be a family coaster. There will also be two carousels, one themed to Heidi, the other to Mia & me. But also a giant slide, a ball pool and a playground. There will also be a show, with 500 seats. If you get a bit peckish, you will find a restaurant with indoor and outdoor terraces.

With this addition, the CEO of the Plopsa Group, I am too stupid to spell Steel Vengeance so I'll just write SteVe and pretend I'm being cool Van den Kerkhof, expects to reach the symbolic number of 1 million visitors per year. The park's next projects include a water park and a hotel. Since Plopsa bought Holiday Park in 2010, they have invested no less than 30 million euros in the park.





Re: Holiday Park Discussion Thread

PostPosted: Tue Jul 25, 2017 9:27 am
by gerstlaueringvar
Looking great, the structure of the Zierer is a very nice touch.

Re: Holiday Park Discussion Thread

PostPosted: Mon Feb 19, 2018 11:38 am
by JordyC
Construction update of the new for 2018 indoor area!









Re: Holiday Park Discussion Thread

PostPosted: Sun Feb 25, 2018 5:41 am
by cfc
Looks like Holiday Park is giving people another reason to visit them, other than Expedition GeForce--although that's an excellent reason by itself.

Re: Holiday Park Discussion Thread

PostPosted: Sun Feb 25, 2018 5:38 pm
by Nrthwnd
All the new additions and future stuff for HP looks awesome. :)