2013/2014 - Magic Land Expansion - Planned - (4/23/13) Toverland opened and while the new Djengu River (River Rapids) wasn’t quite finished yet, the park did soft open it for guests to ride. A report was posted here as well as pictures here. More pictures and a report in English can also be seen here.
(12/19/12) A construction tour video from Toverland showing off the new Magische Valley area and rides is embedded below. The tour was part of a trip to the park by the European Coaster Club.
(7/6/12) A list of several small attractions to be features in Magische Vallei was sent in by Freizeitpark-fotografie. The list includes: a Heege Tower, “water-caroussel”, “Survival-Parcour over water”, Air-Trampoline, a Climbing-Castle and Waterballon-Battle.
(6/21/12) A new picture of Toverland’s Spinning Coaster construction site has been posted to Facebook.
(6/15/12) NewsParcs reports that Toverland will spend about 20 million Euros between now and 2014 on an 8 hectare two-phase expansion plan. 13 million Euros will go to a new outdoor themed area called Magische Valley (Magic Valley) which will open in April 2013 and feature 8 rides and attractions, a new food stand and shopping in a natural looking setting full of trees, lakes, waterfalls and bridges. However the first attraction, a a Mack Spinning Coaster (a clone of Le Pal’s Twist) which they hope to open this October. The park will also add a 460 meter long Hafema River Rapids ride, a water carousel, a kiddie sized drop tower (32.9 ft) along with four other play activity attractions.
The second phase of the Magic Valley expansion project, at a cost of 7 million Euros, will open in 2014 but no details about what will be included have been confirmed.
(4/19/12) ThemePark.NL has revealed news about expansion plans for Toverland this week. New permits filed for the park mention a new Rapids ride (from Hafema), a duck themed Carousel and a new Heege tower ride that will expand Magic Land in 2013.
2015 - MegaCoaster - Rumor - (7/6/12) Freizeitpark-fotografie mentions in this weeks update that Toverland is going over proposals from Mack, Vekoma and B&M for their planned “megacoaster” project.
(6/21/12) According to the rough translation from Freizeitpark-Fotografie, Toverland’s park director confirmed their intentions to spend 20 million Euros on a new roller coaster for 2015.
(6/18/12) I’m not sure I’m buying this rumor yet, but there are a few websites out there claiming that Toverland may be planning a “Megacoaster” for 2015. At this point there is still lots of time for plans to change, so stay tuned while we wait for more info.