Universal Orlando guests flooded in during Hurricane Ian
Universal Orlando guests wade through a parking lot during Hurricane Ian on Sept. 29, 2022. (Credit: Mom&Paparazzi for Fox News Digital)
Fans of amusement parks had reason to celebrate Wednesday after Universal Parks & Resorts announced plans to build two new attractions in Texas and Nevada.
The company, a division of Comcast Corporation, explained that the development planned for Frisco, Texas will be "a one-of-a-kind theme park, unlike any other in the world, specifically designed to inspire fun for families with young children."
An artist's rendering of the concept depicted a lush landscape with various immersive experiences. The theme park will be sized for a regional audience, the company said, adding that the park's look and feel will also be noticeably different from Universal's other offerings.