Odakyu Gotemba Family Land (Japanese: 小田急御殿場ファミリーランド) ( to )
The park was built in two sections separated by a bridge over a steep gorge with a rushing river below. The west side contained the Gambit and the Dangai roller coasters while the other three were located on the east side. Today the Gotemba Premium Outlets exists in these two locations separated by the same bridge. The ferris wheel on the west side of the park still existed until sometime between 2014 and 2016 with the original sign replaced with a "PREMIUM OUTLETS" sign.
Odakyu Gotemba Family Land was initially just an amusement park. At some time prior to 2002 many rides were removed, the name was changed to Thrill Valley and the Gotemba Premium Outlet mall was built. It is believed the initial phase of the Gotemba Premium Outlet mall consumed the land east of the gorge and in 2002, the west side of the park was closed and replaced by a second phase of the mall.
A the 1:14 spot of this Vimeo video from the 1970s shows track threading the ferris wheel. It's not been determined if that was a roller coaster or something else such as a pedal monorail.