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Plopsa goes Dutch!

Holland’s first Plopsa-branded theme park opened recently, close to the German border. Located after the city of the same name, Plopsa Indoor Coevorden is Studio 100’s fourth park featuring characters from its hit TV shows, popular in the Benelux.

Adopting a very similar format to the Plopsa Indoor Hasslelt in Belgium, the 8,000 square metre facility features a tried and tested list of suppliers, plus theming by Piet de Koninck.

Key attractions include Piratenbaan (Zierer Force Two family coaster), Vuurtoren (Zierer family tower), Woeste Zee (Zierer Kontiki boat), Slingermolen (Wood Design Wave Swinger), Carousel (Wood Design), Vliegende Fietsen (Zamperla Magic Bikes), Kikkers (Zamperla Frog Hopper), Botsautos (bumper cars), Bootjes (bumper boats), Scheve Schuit (play boat), Speelboom (play tree), Piratenspeeltuin (climbing attraction), Klimberg (climbing mountain) and the Glijbaan slide.

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A further 5,000 square metre outdoor area will be developed at a later date. After a busy opening period at the end of April, early indications are that the park is set to continue on a successful course.

Studio 100, which already operates three Plopsa parks in its native Belgium, has further plans for plans to expand into Germany.

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