The theme park operator in Memphis, Tennessee, has sold its first night out in more than a month and closed to the public for the first time since October, according to a report from Axios.
The theme parks operator, The Memphis Entertainment Group, closed its doors on Oct. 11.
The company was founded in 2002 and owns about 50 theme parks across the country.
The Memphis company has opened its first Memphis park since June 2017, and has been running a limited-time attraction called the Jungle Adventure, a 12-hour-plus-long experience with water slides and a carnival style show, according a press release from the company.
The park opened at a $15-million budget.
The Jungle Adventure was initially scheduled to run until April, but has been moved back to June 2018.
It is one of the company’s biggest attractions, but the park is now expected to open in March 2019, according the release.
“Our theme park team was overwhelmed with customer satisfaction, and we can’t wait to see you on the Jungle,” The Memphis EIG tweeted.
“We hope you will join us at The Jungle!
A spokesperson for The Memphis Group said the company is still working to get its park up and running.
“It’s been a really tough year for the Memphis theme park industry,” The EIG spokesperson said.
“Memphis is one part of the American Dream.
We are a proud city of people and it is an important part of our identity.
We hope to have more people come here and enjoy our great theme parks.”
The company is working with several other theme park operators to find new ways to make money and attract visitors, according Axios, and is currently looking at a variety of ways to improve the experience, including adding new attractions, more food and beverage options, new rides and an upgraded video system.