It was acquired by Six Flags in LeRoy wanted his parks to flow naturally through the forest and lakes, capitalizing on the back-to-nature movement of the era. He chose a property then owned by the Switlik family, in an area centrally located between the New York City and Philadelphia regions. The property on County Route had easy access to the newly constructed Interstate , which connected central New Jersey to the New Jersey Turnpike Interstate 95 and would eventually in connect to the Garden State Parkway. LeRoy collaborated with Hardwicke Industries, who previously built safari parks in Canada and Europe.
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Heres a question for all my lesbian sisters and gay brethren or our supporters as well. I was thinking of visiting Los Angeles this autumn, and was curious to see if anyone knew whether or not Six Flags Magic Mountain is still having their Gay Pride Party? I had heard rumors that it was cancelled but I wasnt sure if any locals knew for certain?? Just curious to find out. Any information would be greatly appreciated. If you "hear rumors" about anything, wouldn't the first logical action to be to call the park and ask?
Essentially the park closes down and holds a gay pride event. The event is welcome to anybody who buys a ticket and the proceeds go to Heritage of Pride. Heritage of pride is a not for profit organization that commemorate and celebrates the Stonewall riots. Naeem and I have yet to miss one, and this year was not going to be the first. So we, along with some friends, gay and straight, made the hour journey into the wilds of New Jersey.
Have you heard about it? At Disney everyone wears red shirts and the park is full of them. All of the princes at Disney are gay but like one and even some princesses are lesbians. I don't even know what state St. Louis is in