I was actually just thinking earlier that it might be kind of cool for a park with a bunch of money to make snow with the snow machines that the ski resorts use for certain sections of the park for the holiday events. Could also have an ice skating pond too. Obviously try to keep it from getting on the coasters, but that would be a cool (pardon the pun) way to go for the extra mile for the guests who are paying to go to a park where most of the coasters can't operate.
That's awesome. I think its smart for parks to extend their operating seasons as long as possible. They have a bunch of valuable land that's just sitting their idling otherwise. A lot of ski resorts try to make their resort useful and they schedule events in the summer too.
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