Top picks for families this weekend.
Fall is still a great time to check out the area’s amusement and thrill parks; check out Holiday World, Kentucky Kingdom, and King’s Island et al on weekends throughout September and October.
Jessie Colter, former Louisville resident, was asked to leave Kentucky Kingdom yesterday due to what he was wearing, or maybe it was the lack there of.
I don’t know about you, but every summer I get the blues looking at my friends post pictures at the beach or somewhere across Europe. Lucky for us, it’s not all bad to stay home! We live in a city where the possibilities are endless. It may not be the Caribbean, but it is home. Here’s a list of summer fun that every Louisvillian needs to experience.
The return of the NEW Kentucky Kingdom and Hurricane Bay has the city eager and excited.
if you'd like to work at Kentucky Kingdom, this Saturday is your lucky day
re-done roller coasters, new rides, sea lion shows and a cheaper season pass than King's Island or Holiday World
Kentucky Kingdom will reopen in 2014!
“The Fair Board’s approval of a 50-year lease with our company means that a crucial step toward the reopening of Kentucky Kingdom has been taken.”
“It’s hard to walk away from what we believed was a winning partnership for Kentucky and our team. But at the end of the day, the terms of the project did not fit our business model. It was time to withdraw.”
“We’re bringing our business model of exceptional safety, cleanliness, friendliness and value for families,” Natalie Koch said. “That means free soft drinks, free sunscreen and free use of inner tubes.” “We can’t wait to get started!” Dan Koch also said. “We’ve got a lot of work to do to get the park reopened… but we’ll get it done.”
Bluegrass Boardwalk, Inc., made up of the Koch Family that owns Holiday World in Santa Claus, IN, has gotten lease approval to run the former Kentucky Kingdom Amusement Park by the Kentucky State Fair Board.
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