The world’s largest amusement park, DST, is coming to Calgary, and it’s going to be pretty cool.
The DST will open in March 2019, bringing a massive new theme park with more than 100,000 seats and more than 40 roller coasters and rides to the city.
The park will be a huge step up from Calgary’s existing theme parks, which are mostly smaller than Disneyland and have mostly been built around theme parks and theme park rides.
It will also be the biggest attraction in Calgary, with more of a focus on interactive experiences and the thrill of crowds, said Scott McBride, the DST’s general manager.
“We’re trying to put our stamp on Calgary.
We’re trying be a little bit different from what’s out there,” he said.
The theme park is scheduled to open in late 2019, and is expected to draw more than 30,000 guests a year.
DST has been a hot ticket in Calgary for a while.
The city has been pushing the idea of a theme park for years.
It got a major boost in the mid-2000s with the opening of the Disneyland Resort, which was a big hit in Canada and around the world.
In 2014, the city announced a plan to build an entirely new theme parks.
The $2 billion park would open in 2019.
This would be the first major theme park in the Calgary area and the first in Alberta.
But the project got a bit of a head start.
Construction of DST began in the late 1990s and was completed in 2007.
It cost around $1.2 billion and opened in 2008.
The attraction was expected to be completed in late 2018, but that date has slipped.
Now the DSP hopes to open early next year.
The ride-in theme park has a total of 20 rides, and there will be an extensive menu of food and drink.
It’s not just a Disney-style ride, either.
DSP also has some new attractions, including a water ride, water slides and more water rides.
The water park, called the DOUBLE Water, will offer up a “double splash” water ride for adults and children.
It is located at DST in downtown Calgary.
There will be more than 80 water rides including the popular “DOUBLE Splash.”
It is open year-round.
The Double Water will be the only water park in Alberta that is open on the weekends.
“This is the largest park we’ve ever opened, and we’ve got an incredible staff,” said McBride.
The main attraction is the “DUCKS,” a water slide.
It has a number of water rides, including an indoor and outdoor water slide, a water park water ride and an underwater water ride.
It also has a water roller coaster.
It opens in 2019, when the park will have more than 50 water rides and rides in addition to the water slides.
McBride said the park is designed to appeal to kids and adults alike.
“It’s going be a big attraction for all ages,” he added.
The Calgary DST is expected the main attraction for the park, and will be open year round.
“The main attraction will be for all levels,” said Craig Leduc, general manager of the DSD.
The attractions will be accessible, but he said people will have to have a special pass.
“You’re going to need a special card to enter the park,” he explained.
The price of admission is set at $4.99, and the rides are available in both roller coaster and water ride modes.
There are no food options for the guests, but there will also not be any food for the children.
The cost of admission will be $3.99.
“There will be food, but we’ll do it with a little more care and detail than some of the other rides we’ve had,” said Leduc.
The “DSP DOULETS” will also feature a food truck.
The restaurant will serve a variety of food, including sandwiches, salads and wraps.
It’ll also offer a variety other beverages, such as water and juice.
McNamee said the “doubles” theme park will include a water carousel.
“Doubles is going to really be a roller coaster for kids,” said Mckenzie.
“That’s a really fun way to experience roller coasting,” she added.
DOUBLES will be in the city for a few weeks.
“For the D-Day theme park, we’re hoping to have DOUPLES open in mid-February,” said Doug McNamees, general director of the Calgary DSP.
“But DOUSEES is a roller co-op ride.
We want to be a part of the festivities, not the spectacle.”
The theme parks are just the start of the new DSP’s efforts to bring more life and excitement to Calgary.
The new DST also plans to create a park with an