"jonathan leake" wrote:
I always thourght that the people that owned the farm owned oakwood. Thing is now Oakwod has been sold to Aspro (or what ever it is) im not sure how much they do own. I doubt that they bourght the farm as well as the farm still seems to be a working farm so a guess they own the sheep. This is quite confusing also who owns Blue Lagoon is that Asparo or some one else cause i know that used to be their land.
The Blue Lagoon and Bluestone holiday park are nothing to do with Oakwood, neither Aspro or the previuos owners were concerned with it, so if the land was previuously owned by Oakwood, it ust have been sold to the company developing the Bluestone project.
The area around the park is still a working farm from what i see and that could be Aspro, but then it could equally be still owned by the McNarmah (spelling :lol: ) family, and the park by Aspro. If this is the case, the sheep under Megafobia are the main question. They are not always under Megafobia, they are sometimes in a different field, behind the park. If Aspro own the park but not the farmland, this would have to be some sort of complicated agreement between the family and Aspro, which would allow the family to still let their sheep into the area under Megafobia, which will obvioulsy be Aspro's land.
CoasterCrazyChris, I agree that oakwood should not have seperate defined areas of the park, its better without them. Also, in a way i think its good that they dont have alot of the rides you may "expect" at theme parks, as this is another reason why Oakwood is unique. Instead of having a traditional log flume and rapids circuit, they have the far more unique Waterfall and Hydro, which you wouldn't find at any other parks. As Oakwood is so small, if they were just to fill it up with bland rides that you see at every park, it would lose the unique character and atmosphere that it now has