FUN SPOT AMERICA (Orlando, FL)
in Orlando and Kissimmee, FL
Park News - (3/23/20) The last hold out in Orlando for amusement park fun has finally opted to close their gates to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Fun Spot America had previously remained open at all locations until yesterday evening when the company closed the gates and posted the official notice that they were closing for the “safety, health and wellbeing of our Guests, Employees, and Community.”
(3/14/19) I’m told that the Fun Spot ferris wheel has been sold to a new owner, who remains unknown. So look for the wheel at the Orlando Fun Spot location to come down in the near future, which still makes me very curious as to what they might install as a replacement.
2020 - Hurricane / New Coaster For Kissimmee Location - (1/14/20) According to the local news Fun Spot’s Kissimmee location has opened their new Hurricane roller coaster.
(11/23/19) Fun Spot has reveled the new name of the coaster being added to the Kissimmee location as Hurricane, as chosen by fan submissions.
(11/18/19) Screamscape has been sent two pictures of the new roller coaster under construction at Fun Spot in Kissimmee. Looks like they’ve got the whole structure in place, so it won't be long before they begin testing and getting ready to open it to the public.
(10/24/19) Fun Spot in Kissimmee is asking their fans to help name their new roller coaster. Just visit the official website to submit your entry.
(10/8/19) A tweet from Fun Spot shows off what appears to be pieces of a possible new coaster. The belief is that this may be the former Viking Voyager from Wild Adventures. Originally the coaster was expected to go to Fun Spot in Atlanta, and while the coaster sat there in storage for a time, this may be it arriving in Kissimmee now. Previous rumors expected the Atlanta park to send their Scream’n Eagle kiddie coaster to Florida, but this did not happen.
FUN SPOT ATLANTA (Fayetteville, GA)
2020 - Seems old plans to add the former Viking Voyage coaster from Wild Adventure have changed and any new plans for 2020 are currently unknown.