The owner of a popular Indiana resort that announced its immediate closure earlier this year because of financial issues says it could reopen this year under new ownership.
California-based Apex Parks Group, which owns Indiana Beach Amusement & Water Park Resort in Monticello, released a statement saying that no deal has yet been made but that potential buyers have shown interest in acquiring the vacation destination.
The 94-year-old resort last month announced it would close before it’s expected reopening for the summer season. The 376-acre park offers roller coasters, water park, arcade, mini golf ziplines, children rides along with a boardwalk, a beach and campgrounds.
Officials within White County have expressed great willingness to help in the efforts as Indiana Beach generates a major sum of the county’s tourism revenues.
Meanwhile, the company said it has been discussing the sale with amusement industry leaders, brokers and investors for more than a year.
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