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Action Park Is Back With New Thrills!

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Action Park is back in full-swing in Vernon, New Jersey. Formerly known as “Mountain Creek”, Action Park has improved its attractions and went back to its original title.

Action Park includes many new features. The latest Alpine Mountain slide is new and improved. Back in the day, it used to go into a concrete trough where people could easily fall off with a classic case of road-burn. However, that isn’t the case anymore! Riders can now control their own speed and have less risk of losing their cart.

Action Park also includes a Tarzan swing, a jump off a 26-foot cliff, and new waterslides. One water slide includes five lanes for racing, and another has a giant cone feature that riders go through which is similar to getting flushed through a vortex of space.

Some people used to call the amusement park “Traction Park” or “Lawsuit Park”. Bill Benneyan, Action Park spokesman, assures that the park is safe and trusts that you to know what your limitations are.

“We kept the thrills and lost the spills. There’s definitely a move to some of the safety. If you watch the lifeguards, matter of fact, yesterday we just got back our first independent safety audit. And this is something we’re very proud of, highest score in 3 years under our operation,” Benneyan said.

Action Park is open and ready for a great summer filled with crowds of adventure seeking people!

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