The next frontier of entertainment, adventure and discovery is about to open in Frisco, Texas, and its first theme park, Adventure Unlimited, is opening.
The park, which is the brainchild of former Disney employee Chris Anderson, will be located in a large warehouse with more than 100 attractions, including a roller coaster, roller coaster rides, water slides, miniature water slides and more.
It will also include a water slide, a boat ride, a ride for children and a rollercoaster.
The theme park will also be the first one to offer the park’s signature “troll” coaster, which can be operated by anyone over the age of 10, with a safety rating of 5, the highest in the park.
Anderson said the new park will open this summer.
“This is a dream for our team,” Anderson said in a statement.
“I can’t wait to share this amazing world with our guests.
Anderson has worked at Disney for nearly 15 years, most recently as a producer on “The Little Mermaid,” but he says he has never worked on an original film. “
They deserve every ounce of credit for their hard work and I know they’ll make the best of their opportunity.”
Anderson has worked at Disney for nearly 15 years, most recently as a producer on “The Little Mermaid,” but he says he has never worked on an original film.
He was hired as the park manager in September.
“There are only two things that can stop me now: death and a lot of money,” he said in the statement.
Adventure Unlimited will open in October 2018.
“With the launch of Adventure Unlimited I want to thank our friends at Disney and our amazing team for their support and the amazing work they have put into this project,” said Mike Osterlund, CEO of Adventure, in a news release.
“We look forward to sharing the adventure of a lifetime with our new guests.”
The park will be a major expansion for Disney’s new Finca Ranch theme park in Anaheim, California.
“Disney is a true pioneer in this field and it will be our honor to partner with Disney Parks and Resorts to build on that legacy,” said Disney Chairman and CEO Bob Iger.
“The theme park experience has never been more compelling and fun.
We will continue to build out our park portfolio, expand our theme park offerings and continue to be an innovator and pioneer in creating new experiences for families,” said Jeff Lauten, CEO and founder of the Imagineering Lab, which provides design and engineering services to Disney theme parks.
A theme park is essentially a place where kids and families can play together in a family-oriented environment, where they can see and experience everything from dinosaurs and dinosaurs in the natural world to Disney characters and characters from other worlds.
The concept of a theme park has been around for decades, but the first ever Disney-designed one was in San Diego, California, in 1954.
The first Disney theme park opened in 1966, and then Disneyland opened in California in 1971.
Anderson said he was hired to create the park, but was not directly involved with the design.
“Chris has always been the driving force behind this concept,” said Anderson.
The experience will be something that kids and parents can really experience.” “
It will be fun to share that with my friends, families and fans.
The experience will be something that kids and parents can really experience.”
A full preview of the park is scheduled for Oct. 2.