As fans of the 94-year-old amusement park hoped for a potential buyer, Fun Spot America itself fueled rumors that it was looking at making an acquisition.
The 118 layoffs, which will take effect on April 18, include 43 actors and musicians. Other jobs being eliminated include dancers as well as positions in food service and retail.
All of the Holy Land Experience's theatrical productions will end on April 19. While the park will stay open, its owners are open to the possibility of selling the property.
If your suggestion is chosen, you'll win two Fun Spot America season passes and be one of the first to ride the family coaster in its new location.
The nonprofit organizers of the Citrus Bowl, Florida Citrus Sports, has announced a five-year partnership with local theme park chain Fun Spot America to make it the official theme park for its bowl games and C... Read More
Holy Land Experience will offer free admission Wednesday to preserve its tax-exempt status as a religious entity. This is the second time this year the theme park opened its doors to the public. It also offere... Read More
The only wooden roller coaster in Florida to flip riders upside down in a 360-degree barrel roll debuts Friday at Fun Spot America’s Kissimmee location. The Mine Blower is a hybrid coaster designed with a mi... Read More