I can remember visiting vaguely and if i can again remember rightly it was a relitavely good day out. The thing is i fear that American Adventure may also experience the same fate? How is that doing these days with visitor numbers and profits?
American Adventure is probably in a better state physically than Camelot and is mid-way through it's plans to re-establish itself as a 'family' park without the Missile or Nightmare Niagara. There is a fair way to go but it looks like it might be possible for it to survive. To me it looks healthier than it did a few seasons ago, but there is plenty that screams out to be done.
Camelot's fate is a sad one, but not unexpected IMHO, and they have been threatening this for a while. Whether they will get planning permission is another matter. One to watch with interest!http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/lanc ... 048858.stm
makes interesting reading, the planning consultant quoted is Nick Laister - presumably the same Nick Laister who campaigned to save the Dreamland Scenic :?: