PARC Management

PARC Management, LLC is an operations company based in Jacksonville, Florida, U.S. which operates a Go-Cart Family Entertainment Center, in Sevierville, Tennessee.[1]

PARC Management
TypeLLC
IndustryAmusement park owner and operator
Headquarters,
United States
Number of locations
1
Key people
Randal Drew Chairman & CEO
Websitehttp://www.parcmanagement.com

Purchased parksEdit

Park Location Year Opened Year Acquired Former Owner(s)/Operator Notes
Darien Lake

Splashdown at Darien Lake

Darien, New York 1954 2007 Funtime Parks (1983–1995)
Premier Parks/Six Flags (1995–2007)
Purchased from Six Flags Inc. in 2007
Includes hotel, campgrounds, and Performing Arts Center.
Elitch Gardens Denver 1890 2007 Premier Parks/Six Flags (1996–2007) Purchased from Six Flags Inc. in 2007
Frontier City Oklahoma City 1958 2007 Premier Parks/Six Flags (1982–2007) Purchased from Six Flags Inc. in 2007
Magic Springs and Crystal Falls Hot Springs, Arkansas 1978 2008 Theme Parks, LLC
SplashTown Houston Houston, Texas 1984 2007 Premier Parks/Six Flags (1999–2007) Purchased from Six Flags Inc. in 2007
Waterworld California Concord, California 1995 2007 Premier Parks/Six Flags (1995–2007) Purchased from Six Flags Inc. in 2007
White Water Bay Oklahoma City 1981 2007 Premier Parks/Six Flags (1991–2007) Purchased from Six Flags Inc. in 2007
Wild Waves Theme Park Federal Way, Washington 1977 2007 Jeff Stock (privately owned) (1980's-2000)
Six Flags (2000–2007)
Purchased from Six Flags Inc. in 2007
Myrtle Waves Water Park Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 2008 Burroughs & Chapin (1997–2008)
Pavilion Nostalgia Park & Carousel Park Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 2008 Burroughs & Chapin Located at Broadway at the Beach
NASCAR SpeedPark Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 1999 2008 Burroughs & Chapin Closed; Renamed "Broadway Grand Prix"
NASCAR SpeedPark Hazelwood, Missouri 2003 2008 Burroughs & Chapin Closed in 2014; Located at the former St. Louis Outlet Mall. St. Louis Outlet Mall closed in June 2019 and will be redeveloped into a sports complex.
NASCAR SpeedPark Sevierville, Tennessee 1999 2008 Burroughs & Chapin Only remaining NASCAR SpeedPark location as of 2021.

Former 10 Family Entertainment Centers around the US:

  • Camelot Park Bakersfield, California
  • Fiddlesticks Tempe, Arizona
  • Funtasticks Tucson, Arizona
  • Mountasia North Richland Hills, Texas
  • NASCAR SpeedPark Vaughan, Ontario
  • NASCAR SpeedPark Hazelwood, Missouri
  • NASCAR SpeedPark Concord, North Carolina
  • NASCAR SpeedPark Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
  • Zuma Fun Center Charlotte, North Carolina
  • Zuma Fun Center Knoxville, Tennessee
  • Zuma Fun Center North Houston, Texas
  • Zuma Fun Center South Houston, Texas

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Contact Archived 2009-05-05 at the Wayback Machine." PARC Management. Retrieved on May 6, 2009.

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