Plopsaland De Panne

De Pannelaan 68
Adinkerke-De Panne, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium

Operating since 1935

Telephone: +32 58 42 02 02


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Roller Coasters Under Construction (1)

NameTypeDesignScaleOpening
unknownSteelSit DownKiddie2020

Operating Roller Coasters (5)

Defunct Roller Coasters (5)

NameTypeDesignScaleOpenedClosed
Crazy CoasterSteelSit DownThrill12/19/20091/3/2010
JubiléSteelSit DownThrill19952000
Jumbo 5SteelSit DownThrill1983 - 19841984 or later
RacingSteelSit DownThrill1980s1990s
VleermuisSteelSuspendedFamily20001/7/2018

Details

Former names:Plopsaland (4/29/2000 to 2005)
Meli Park (1935 to 1999)
Operator:Studio 100
Fan web sites:Plopsaland Fansite

Etymology

The Parks name comes from two of Studio 100's shows: "Samson and Gert" and "Kabouter Plop" ("Dwarf Plop" in English). So take "Plop" from "Kabouter Plop", "sa" from "Samson and Gert" and add "land" - you get: "Plopsaland".

History

When the park operated under the "Meli Park" name it was themed around bees. The park had it's own bee hives and sold honey and honey products. "Studio 100" and VTM ("Vlaamse Televisie Maatschappij" Dutch for "Flemish Television Company", "Flemish" being the language of northern Belgium) bought the park after the 1999 season and has themed the park based on it's various T.V. series.

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