A businessman who proposed building an amusement park in Indiana featuring an aquarium, a water park and a dinosaur museum has put that project on hold.
A mascot museum, a hydroplane race and new sections of an existing southern Indiana cave are among the newest adventures awaiting tourists.
California-based Apex Parks Group says it began millions of dollars in work last fall after completing its purchase of the park along Lake Shafer near Monticello in northwestern Indiana.
Farmland-based North American Midway Entertainment stages about 150 events a year, reaching 15 million people.
The Holiday World amusement park in southern Indiana is building a new $22 million roller coaster that it says will launch riders to 60 miles an hour in 3.5 seconds, with a 14-story loop and four inversions.
The Indiana amusement park is retiring its 42-year-old roller coaster, but is adding seven new attractions.
The state appeals court says the widow of a southern Indiana theme park president isn't required to sell shares in the facility to her late husband's brother.
An agreement meant to keep a popular amusement park in the family has sparked a bitter dispute that has reached the Indiana Court of Appeals.
A family legal battle and untimely deaths have drawn attention to Holiday World’s owners in recent years. But it’s business as usual for those who run the Indiana theme park.
A group of private investors and the Kentucky State Fair board on Thursday reached a 50-year lease agreement for the shuttered Kentucky Kingdom amusement park with the new operators saying the facility should reopen in 2014.
A judge has placed control of a southern Indiana theme park in the hands of the widow of the park's late president.
The family that owns Indiana's Holiday World will get as much as $3.9 million from the state of Kentucky over the next decade to reopen a shuttered amusement park in Louisville.
Pat Koch, whose official title at her family-owned Holiday World theme park is director of values, sets a high bar for hard work and dedication.