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Canadas Wonderland: Nickelodeon Central, List of Roller Coasters at Canadas Wonderland, Hanna-Barbera Theme Parks, Behemoth, Halloween Ha Books LLC

Canadas Wonderland: Nickelodeon Central, List of Roller Coasters at Canadas Wonderland, Hanna-Barbera Theme Parks, Behemoth, Halloween Ha

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Published August 16th 2011
ISBN : 9781155331560
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34 pages
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 32. Chapters: Nickelodeon Central, List of roller coasters at Canadas Wonderland, Hanna-Barbera theme parks,MorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 32. Chapters: Nickelodeon Central, List of roller coasters at Canadas Wonderland, Hanna-Barbera theme parks, Behemoth, Halloween Haunt, Former and renamed attractions at Canadas Wonderland, Drop Tower, Action Theater, Childrens attractions at Canadas Wonderland, WindSeeker, Flight Deck, White Water Canyon, Splash Works, Backlot Stunt Coaster, Mighty Canadian Minebuster, Vortex, Time Warp, Wild Beast, Thunder Run, Wonderland Terminal, SkyRider, Kingswood Music Theatre, The Bat, Ghoster Coaster, Dragon Fire. Excerpt: Canadas Wonderland is a 330-acre (130 ha) theme park located in Vaughan, Ontario, Canada, a suburb directly north of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The park is open seasonally from May to October and contains more than 200 attractions. It opened in 1981 and was Canadas first major theme park. The park, when under the ownership of Paramount Parks from 1994 to 2006 was known as Paramount Canadas Wonderland. When sold to Cedar Fair in 2007, the park reverted to its original name. It was designed by Landscape Architects Richard Strong and Associates and structurally engineered by O.T. Baggio and Associates Professional Engineers. The park has been the most attended seasonal theme park in North America for numerous years in the 2000s. Almost every year in the decade the parks attendance had reached the 3 million mark, which has been slightly higher than the attendance figures in other major destination parks such as Kings Island, Knotts Berry Farm and Cedar Point. The park also holds the record for most roller coasters in a park outside of the United States with a total of 15. In 1972, the Taft Broadcasting Company headed by Kelly Robinson first proposed building a 330 acres (130 ha) theme park in the small village of Maple, part of Vaughan, Ontario. Several other possible locations were considered, including Niagara Fa...