I kind of feel like a Raptor would be too similar to Mumbo Jumbo though (depending on the layout), at least in the eyes of the GP.You know, now I think about it,if ever there was a park in the UK suited to an RMC Raptor, it'd be Mingo. Such a shame there's very little chance of that coming to pass, it'd fit in well for them I feel.
I kind of feel like a Raptor would be too similar to Mumbo Jumbo though (depending on the layout), at least in the eyes of the GP.
For me, that's sort of the main problem with them - I'm not sure what they're trying to be. The name implies a kiddie's zoo, the karts are a family-friendly type thing, they're doing the resort stuff like you say and yet Kumali is still kind of their big symbol and that and (inexplicably) Hero still feature heavily in their promotion. It seems an oddly ill-defined park.I'm wonder if they're still in the market for big thrill rides now, they seem to be focusing on the resort side of things at the moment, especially with buying the pub over the road and turning it into more accommodation.
Or maybe they're getting that woodie after all?
That's a very good point, actually.I think they're consolidating. They're in a relatively unique location in that they're not under any real competition from BPB or Alton Towers and can rely on 'local' visits from Yorkshire/Lincolnshire to get by. They've got enough attractions to appeal to most age ranges, so now it's about turning it from a one-day visit to a two-day visit, and the first step is obviously to expand the accommodation.
I'm sure it'll be something reasonably good! Plenty of manufacturers offer low-cost, compact coasters that pack a major punch these days!Major disappointment?