Fully Inclusive Amusement Park Is Coming To Missouri! Will You Go?
I have always been a fan of amusement parks. Ever since I was a kid. There was a local one that was 5 minutes from my home as a child. It was one that you might see at a local fair. A Ferris wheel, scrambler, mini-coaster etc. Plenty of unhealthy food, and yes, on occasion, some adult beverages. If you go to a place like Six Flags, you never know who you could run into, the personalities of different kinds of people, oversized crowds. They are not for everyone. And if you are not a roller coaster person, why bother with the cost of an amusement park?
What if you could go to an amusement park that was all-inclusive? Meaning only a select few get in. And even better, if you have a child with any form of disability, then this could be something to celebrate. The Spirit of Discovery Park would be only the second amusement park in the world to offer a fully inclusive experience for people with any form of disability.
The amusement park, set to serve everyone, is under contract on a 60-acre piece of land in Wentzville Missouri. The group in charge of developing the amusement park had been searching for the perfect piece of land in the St. Louis region for years and they’ve finally landed on a property in Wentzville. You can read more about it HERE.
If all goes as planned, they will break ground on the park in 2023 and have the park completed in 2025. For more information, visit: https://www.spiritofdiscoverypark.com/