Magic Salitre Park
Image taken from Salitre Magico
Inaugurated in 1973 under the name of El Salitre and located on 68th Avenue and 63rd Street. It was considered among the most modern in Latin America. It was a public park, its entrance was free, and allowed sports activities. Later it was closed to the public in 1999, to be subjected to remodeling. It was reopened in December 2000, with the name of Magical Saltpeter, to enter it is required to acquire tickets, the park offers twenty-nine electric games deployed throughout the park, such as the roller coaster Sacacorchos and the Milenium panoramic wheel. The Magic Saltpeter also offers water attractions and other rides. Neighbor is the Cici Acuapark, former Acuaparque, with five hundred thousand cubic meters of water, a wave pool and seven slides. Currently part of the Mexican consortium Interamerican Entertainment Corporation.
Taken from Wikipedia