The highlight of the park was The Starliner Roller Coaster, an "out-and-back" wooden coaster designed by John Allen upon the park's initial conception. A few other rides lay nearby to the Starliner and a small arcade center and food stands rounded out the fledgling park. As the strip grew in popularity and Panama City Beach became more of a tourist location, the park grew as well. More and more rides were added throughout the late 60s until the 80s, and the park grew up around the Starliner, which was by far the main draw for the park's entire run. As the city became more of a spring break hotspot, the popularity of the family friendly Miracle Strip Park decreased, though it remained a draw for families up to the s.
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Completely terrible company. I would suggest spending your money elsewhere. They have broken the copyright infringment on a local photographer that completely supported them and when confronted told her she had to pay a fee on top of the tickets she purchased to get into the park each time she shot there and if she dropped the copyright charges they would waive her fee. Terrible business.
About 5 to 8 bucks a ride. It's located at the end of the Pier Park Mall. I grew up going to the original Miracle Strip in the s.
Email Address. Located across from the beach in Panama City, the park did not look like your average theme park and resembled the traditional seaside boardwalks of the past. The park featured many of the typical rides you would find at any carnival nowadays including scramblers, bumper cars, a carousel and a haunted house.