Non-powered parks: Why are they so popular?

When we talk about amusement parks, most people probably think of roller coasters, carousels, and other moots and thrills. However, in recent years, a form of amusement park called "non-powered" has rapidly emerged around the world and has been enthusiastically sought after by the general public. So, what is a non-powered park? And why is it so much loved? First, we need to clarify the definition of "unmotivated". In simple terms, a non-powered park is an amusement park that does not rely on mechanical force or electricity. Most of these rides rely on the player's physical strength or gravity for movement, such as climbing nets, slides, swings, etc. Compared to traditional powered amusement equipment, they are more natural, environmentally friendly and have higher safety. For example, climbing nets require children to use their hands and feet to climb, while slides require children to use their bodies to control their speed. 1. So, why are non-powered parks a new travel trend? This phenomenon may be explained by the following reasons:2. Significant economic benefitsAs the new favorite of investors, non-powered parks often have far more economic benefits than traditional amusement parks due to their unique attraction and consistent visitor flow. For example, setting up a fee program in a non-powered park can provide a stable source of income for the operator. 2. Low investment cost: Compared with traditional theme parks, the facilities and equipment of non-powered parks do not require a large amount of electricity and manpower input, so the investment cost is relatively low. In terms of operation, the operating costs are low due to ticket revenue, plus additional income such as catering and commodity sales. 3. Fun: Compared with traditional motorized amusement equipment, the manufacturing and maintenance of non-powered amusement equipment has less impact on the environment. They have a long service life, are less prone to waste and are more environmentally friendly. For example, using natural materials to make a ride on a ride can reduce environmental pollution. 4. Innovation and diversity: With the advancement of technology and the innovation of designers, the forms and functions of non-powered amusement equipment are becoming richer and more diverse, meeting the needs of tourists of different ages and preferences. For example, setting different levels of difficulty and challenges on the climbing net allows visitors to better exercise their physical fitness. 5. High safety: Since the non-powered amusement equipment does not require complex mechanical structures and power systems, its failure rate is relatively low, and the safety is well guaranteed. This is one of the important reasons why many parents choose non-powered parks as a place for children to play. For example, there are harnesses and protective nets on the climbing nets to keep children safe.

6. Promote social interaction: In a non-powered park, guests need to participate and cooperate together to complete certain attractions, which undoubtedly increases interaction and communication among guests, and helps to develop teamwork and social skills. For example, cooperating with other children on a climbing net can help children build friendships and learn to work with others. 7. Back to Nature and Physical Interaction: The manufacture and maintenance of non-powered play equipment has less environmental impact than traditional motorized play equipment. They have a long service life, are less prone to waste and are more environmentally friendly. For example, using natural materials to make a ride on a ride can reduce environmental pollution. To sum up, the non-powered park is deeply loved by the public and investors because of its unique charm and far-reaching educational significance. Not only does it provide a safe and healthy environment for children to play, but it also fosters their physical, hands-on, social and team skills. Although the non-powered park has huge market potential, investors see high return on investment and strong sustainable development, but at the same time, investors need in-depth research and practice. Only in this way can we truly seize this business opportunity and realize the dual value of economy and society.