View showing visitors on the "Zoom Flume" ride at the Miracle Strip Amusement Park attraction in Panama City, Florida.

View showing visitors on the "Zoom Flume" ride at the Miracle Strip Amusement Park attraction in Panama City, Florida.

Credit this photo: State Archives of Florida, Florida Memory, http://floridamemory.com/items/show/93546
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  • View showing visitors on the "Zoom Flume" ride at the Miracle Strip Amusement Park attraction in Panama City, Florida.

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  • COM02740

Year

  • 1977

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General Note

  • The Miracle Strip Amusement Park was opened by Jimmy Lark in 1963. The Zoom Flume became a part of the Shipwreck Island water theme park when it opened in 1983. The Miracle Strip Amusement Park was closed by owner Billy Lark in 2004.

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  • 1 slide - col.

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View showing visitors on the "Zoom Flume" ride at the Miracle Strip Amusement Park attraction in Panama City, Florida.
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