Amusement Park / Water Park Startup Financial Model
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Amusement Park / Water Park Startup Financial Model

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If you are going to construct an amusement park, a financial model is probably a good place to begin. This means planning out all the initial investments and where the money is going as well as what future revenues look like based on bottom-up assumptions.

There are some specific logical structures needed to do it in a clear and effective way. This model has made the assumption configuration module in a way where the user can enter assumptions for park-level construction on the whole and then up to 10 specific exhibits. Each exhibit will have its own startup and on-going costs defined separately.

On-going expenses are defined in a few ways. There is a separate schedule for staffing and general operating expenses.

Getting into revenue, there are options for up to 3 ticket prices, visitor growth, % of visitors going to each pricing level per year, donations/contributions, and seasonality. The seasonality logic is really important for monthly cash flow forecasting with any kind of park since they are outside for the most part and shut down in winters while being busier in the warm months.

There are also assumptions for ancillary revenues from gift shop activity and special events.

The final summary reports include monthly and annual pro forma details as well as an annual executive summary with visualizations to accompany.

Note, this model could also be used for an aquarium or zoo.

 

Video Tutorial:


If you are going to construct an amusement park, a financial model is probably a good place to begin. This means planning out all the initial investments and where the money is going as well as what future revenues look like based on bottom-up assumptions.

There are some specific logical structures needed to do it in a clear and effective way. This model has made the assumption configuration module in a way where the user can enter assumptions for park-level construction on the whole and then up to 10 specific exhibits. Each exhibit will have its own startup and on-going costs defined separately.

On-going expenses are defined in a few ways. There is a separate schedule for staffing and general operating expenses.

Getting into revenue, there are options for up to 3 ticket prices, visitor growth, % of visitors going to each pricing level per year, donations/contributions, and seasonality. The seasonality logic is really important for monthly cash flow forecasting with any kind of park since they are outside for the most part and shut down in winters while being busier in the warm months.

There are also assumptions for ancillary revenues from gift shop activity and special events.

The final summary reports include monthly and annual pro forma details as well as an annual executive summary with visualizations to accompany.

Note, this model could also be used for an aquarium or zoo.

 

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