Oklahomans are excited about Disney World, but it’s not enough to satisfy their needs, according to a new report.
The report by the tourism industry group True Value says that Oklahoms’ love of the theme park is a result of the park’s design, which has become more sophisticated and immersive.
Here are the reasons why: It’s all about the rides, not the rides themselvesThe ride system has been overhauled, and now the attractions themselves are more immersive.
The park is more open and dynamic.
Guests can explore and interact with the park and the park environment.
The ride-centric layout of the ride system is more welcoming to people of all ages and abilities.
It offers more entertainment options.
“We’ve always been a place where people go to relax and not spend hours in the park,” said Kevin Jones, president of True Value.
“This is a way for people to enjoy the park, not just sit and wait for something to happen.”
The park will open on July 5.
Oklahominos are excited for it, but not enough for them to spend $5,000 per person for a six-day pass.
It’s also important to note that Okuls’ enthusiasm comes from the fact that the park is not just about the attractions.
“People are very attached to the parks because it’s part of their family,” Jones said.
“It’s something that they’re going to be able to spend time with.”
The parks’ theme park system is not new.
Back in 2011, Walt Disney World in Orlando had a park that was based on the “Odyssey of Courage” ride, where the princesses of the land battled dragons to save the world from the evil forces of darkness.
The parks theme park has been updated several times, with the theme parks attractions becoming more immersive and welcoming to the average Oklahomer.
But as Oklahomas get older and the parks become more open, they may not want to pay for a ticket.
“There’s always been the attraction system, but we’ve kind of gotten to the point where there’s more and more people wanting to go and have fun and do things on the parks,” Jones added.
“So, we’ll see where it takes us.
We’ll keep you updated.”
So is it too late?
According to True Value, the park may not be ready for the masses.
“I think that, as the parks becomes more and we can add more of these types of experiences, we may see the park open more frequently,” Jones stated.
“If we see a lot more people coming to Disney World for the first time, then it may be a good thing.”