BREAKING: Universal Announces Name of Frisco, Texas Park

Shannen Ace

Universal Kids Resort concept art

BREAKING: Universal Announces Name of Frisco, Texas Park

The new Universal theme park coming to Frisco, Texas will be called Universal Kids Resort, the company revealed via a new website for the park. They also released updated concept art.

Universal Kids Resort

Universal Kids Resort logo

The description on UniversalKidsResort.com reads:

The new Universal Kids Resort coming to Frisco, Texas will offer a unique theme park experience for the younger crowd. Universal Destinations & Experiences is designing this smaller-scale theme park to inspire the unbridled creativity of kids through play, discovery and imagination, with a different look and feel from existing destinations.

With family-friendly attractions and immersive themed lands, playful interactive shows and character meet and greets, Universal Kids Resort will celebrate Universal’s iconic brand of entertainment, humor and fun. It will cater to young kids and their families and bring to life beloved characters and stories in ways that will wow the youngest theme park goers. An on-site 300-room hotel will give families a place to stay and play.

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Universal Kids Resort concept art

The updated concept art (above) is just as colorful as the previous art (below) but there are significant differences. The DreamWorks logo is no longer depicted at the front of the park. Instead, it looks like the entrance is just a hotel. The buildings are mostly boxy and have less distinct detailing, but each land has a main color: blue, purple, orange, green, and pink. Water now flows through the blue land on the right instead of towards the back left of the park.

universal frisco texas concept art

The previous concept art suggested lands could be inspired by these DreamWorks properties: “Camp Cretaceous,” “Shrek,” “Trolls,” and “Madagascar.” The new concept art isn’t as clear and there seems to be an additional land.

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