Coney Park (Jamaica): Difference between revisions

Amusement park in Jamaica
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'''Coney Park''' was an [[amusement park]] in Jamaica. It was owned by Delroy Cowan.<ref name="closing">{{cite news|url=https://newspaperarchive.com/entertainment-clipping-jun-05-1995-1795369/|title=Coney Park Closing|publisher=Kingston Gleaner}}</ref>
'''Coney Park''' was an [[amusement park]] in Jamaica. It was owned by Delroy Cowan.<ref name="closing">{{cite news|url=https://newspaperarchive.com/entertainment-clipping-jun-05-1995-1795369/|title=Coney Park Closing|publisher=Kingston Gleaner}}</ref>
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Latest revision as of 23:53, 21 July 2022

Coney Park
Location
Kingston, Saint Andrew, Jamaica
Status Defunct
Operated October 1989 to 1995
Owner Delroy Cowan

Coney Park was an amusement park in Jamaica. It was owned by Delroy Cowan.[1]

Construction on the park began in January 1989. Originally hoped to open in the summer, it ultimately opened in October.[2][3] Coney Park closed in 1995 as it had not been profitable. The land which the park sat on was subsequently sold to Hydel Group of Schools. Some of the attractions were sent to Coconut Fun Park.[1]

Past roller coaster

Name Manufacturer Type Opened Closed Relocated
Roller Coaster Pinfari Steel 1989 1995 Unknown

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 "Coney Park Closing", Kingston Gleaner.
  2. "Amusement Park at Ferry...on time", Kingston Gleaner.
  3. "Coney Park opens today", Kingston Gleaner.

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