This amusement has gone through a huge number of owners and
business models since it started as VisionLand in
May 1998. It was originally operated by the West Jefferson Amusement and Public Park
Authority until it was forced to file for bankruptcy protection in 2002.
It was then purchased by the Southland Entertainment Group. The park
acquired the Alabama Adventure name in 2006. The thrill rides were housed in the
Magic Adventure Theme Park section, while the water rides were in the Splash
Beach Water Park. Southland sold the park to Adrenaline Family Entertainment in 2008.
In 2012, the park was sold to General Attractions LLC, its name was changed to Splash Adventure, and all of the
non-water rides were closed and removed except the wooden coaster which spent
several years Standing But Not Operating. In 2014, the park was purchased by Koch Family Parks. The new owners
brought back some non-water rides in 2014 including Centi-SPEED, a Wacky Worm relocated from Gillian's Wonderland Pier. The current
plan is to reopen Rampage in the future.
Alabama Splash Adventure
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