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Upper Clements Parks
is a seasonal amusement park
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located in Upper Clements
Upper Clements is a community in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia, located in Annapolis County .-Points of Interest:* Upper Clements Park- An amusement park with a wooden roller coaster , a haunted house, a pool, 2 mini golf courses, ziplining, bumper boats, pedal boats, a train to the other...
, Nova Scotia
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In 2011 a new "Aerial Adventure Park" will be opened and will feature ziplines, yurt camping, tree top bridges, and mountain bike trails.
Upper Clements Park opened in 1989 to considerable controversy as it was built by the Government of Nova Scotia as part of a regional economic development scheme for southwestern Nova Scotia. In 1995 the Upper Clements Wildlife Park opened on an adjacent property. In 2007 the entire attraction was transferred to a local not-for-profit society. In 2010 the wildlife park closed and an aerial adventure park was scheduled to open on the property in 2011 to complement the amusement park.
The entire complex is adjacent to the Upper Clements Provincial Park.
In 2006, attendance topped 100,000. It closes seasonally, and is open for about 80 days yearly.
- Province of Nova Scotia (1989-2007)
- Hanse Society (2007-present) (non-profit organization, purchased the park for $1 in 2007)