Ski Industry at Critical Juncture February 19, 2015

Things are rosy in the ski industry this season.  But on the horizon…?

“Visitation to the country’s 470 resorts is strong and skiers are spending. But the horizon — even among the perennially goggle-tanned optimists who crowd the ski industry — is cloudy,”  says Jason Blevens from The Denver…Keep Reading

The Case for Creative Water August 11, 2014

Around the world, from large amusement parks to town parks, cruise ships to resorts, these destinations are proving that adding creative water can add to your bottom line.  Research has proven time and again that children and teens have a great deal of influence when it comes to selecting family…Keep Reading

Fundamentals in Waterpark Planning: More Than Just a Pretty Picture December 2, 2014

Thoughtful, integrated designs embrace operational realities by properly placing attractions to direct guest flow for maximum function, profits and returning fun.

The industry today has become flooded with splashes of color. Enticing looking slides and fancy graphics are done so well that one might get the impression that designing a waterpark is no…Keep Reading

The Newest Mountain Coaster by ADG December 1, 2014

At 5,450 feet long, Berkshire East lays claim to the longest Mountain Coaster in North America. Check out this clip of their successful opening day.

NSAA “Summer Business: What’s the Return?” August 7, 2014

While ski areas have years of experience in what makes a successful winter operation, there are many question marks when it comes to summer operations. What types of infrastructure or activities will be most effective? Who constitutes the summer visitor base? What type of crossover exists between the summer and…Keep Reading

The College Amenities Arms Race August 6, 2014

Did you know that colleges and universities across the country are spending upwards of $50 million to upgrade their campus recreation centers and amenities to attract and retain a growing number of students each year. From lazy rivers to rock walls to veritable waterparks in their backyards, colleges are seeing…Keep Reading

The Largest Expansion in Six Flags over Georgia’s History August 4, 2014

Designed and Built by ADG, inc.

Designed and built by Aquatic Development Group, Inc., (ADG) the new Hurricane Harbor at Six Flags over Georgia is the largest expansion in Six Flag’s 47-year history and one of the largest capital investments for 2014 at any of the company’s…Keep Reading

SNAPSHOT: What We’re Working On July 23, 2014

Camelback Mountain to Have the Largest Indoor Waterpark in the North East

As announced on the 50 year anniversary, Camelback Mountain Resort is underway with the largest expansion project to date and once completed, it will be the most interactive resort in the U.S.

With the design, supply…Keep Reading

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