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Super Silly Fun Land Expansion?

Uni-Fan

Newcomer
Feb 17, 2014
60
If USH needs anything, it’s more family rides for small children. I think silly fun land has some space towards the back to add something small. They can take out the small playground and put a carousel or something. Open to ideas. Wouldn’t be the first they had a carousel one that area of the park.

 

Uni-Fan

Newcomer
Feb 17, 2014
60
Nah. Not enough space.
The silly swirly ride doesn’t take much space, can’t see why a small similar Ride shouldn’t be able to fit towards the back as well as taking out the small playground there to accommodate it.
 
Aug 1, 2018
1,192
Los Angeles
The silly swirly ride doesn’t take much space, can’t see why a small similar Ride shouldn’t be able to fit towards the back as well as taking out the small playground there to accommodate it.
Nooe I was looking at it today. Not enough room. If you remove the splash area maybe.
 

Freak

Veteran Member
Jan 10, 2013
4,618
No man's land: SoCal
The only possible location I could see them putting a small flat at would be the water playground. Even then I think it would be a tight squeeze. I really bout USH is going to go out of their way to remove the iconic structure that’s indicative of SSFL to cram in another tiny flat ride.

EDIT: Just saw video you posted. I NEVER knew USH had a carousel there even if it was temporary! Wow. Still, I don’t see USH adding one because it’s just too common.
 

AlexanderMBush

Legendary Member
Nov 23, 2013
18,607
Arizona
If SSFL ever expands, I doubt they'd go in and replace the splash pad. I'm almost wondering about the future of Moulin Rouge and the VIP dining, because if nothing else, I can see them doing a proper sit down to Illumination of some kind.

That'd then allow them to have Parisian/Mels/Theater Cafe to be saved for another larger project down the line, to round up the land as a whole.