After success with its Plopsa Indoor park format in the Benelux, the Plopsa Group is to invest €7.5 million in a new facility at Holiday Park in Germany.
The 5,000 square metre undercover area – to be called Holiday Indoor – will open in summer 2018. It represents the biggest single investment at the theme park in Haßloch, Rhineland-Palatinate, since it was acquired by Plopsa/Studio 100 in 2010. The Belgian-based company has already spent more than €50 million at Holiday Park, introducing new additions such as Majaland, Sky Fly by Gerstlauer and Sky Scream by Premier Rides.
Holiday Indoor will feature a total of seven new attractions and is part of Plopa’s plan to make the German park an all-weather destination. Guests can look forward to a family coaster, interactive flying carousel, a custom-themed carousel with farm animals, a huge slide, big ball pool, a climbing tree and a playground. A 500-capacity theatre, two food outlets and a shop will complete the offering. Full Story: Blooloop