Sun, fun, splashing, dancing, and riding the rides to your heart’s content. Magic Springs and Crystal Falls park in Hot Springs celebrates a new season of summer fun. And under the direction of new management, Amusement Management Partners (AMP), a few changes are underway.
Bob Masterson, chairman of Jacksonville, FL-based AMP, and CEO Curtis Parks have their eye on making improvements to all areas of the Hot Springs vacation getaway, including bringing in bigger name musical acts like Sara Evans and 3 Doors Down. More importantly, the new park managers want a broader regional appeal to attract more visitors to the area.
Season passes run a little over $50 per person, which is roughly the cost of 2 visits to Magic Springs and Crystal Falls, so if you’re planning on coming more than twice, it may be your best bet. You can also expect these new park managers to not sit on their laurels. They’ll be tweaking the product and looking for improvements for the future.
Learn more in this video interview below.
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