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Located in Littlehampton, England, Harbour Park is a traditional seaside amusement park. It sits right on the seafront, next to the resort's harbour and marina, and offers a range of classic fairground-style rides including dodgems, a waltzer and a small roller coaster. Guests can pay for rides individually at the free-to-enter park, or purchase an "unlimited ride" wristband.
Harbour Park has existed under various different names since 1932, when it was opened by the founder of the Butlins holiday parks chain, Billy Butlin, as Butlins Park. It originally featured a major wild mouse-style roller coaster, but this has long since been removed. After a brief closure during World War II, the park continued under its original name until 1977, when it was purchased by the Billy Smart circus chain and became Smart's Amusement Park. After another rebranding in 1995 to its current name, a number of additions have been made, with the most significant being a new log flume in 2007.