Depends on how well they do it and how much space they have, and what they do with it.
Knott's as a whole is a great example of a lot in a small space. They're not joking about the "More bang for your buck" slogan. Since Cedar Faire took over it's been stuffed with ride after ride. Not all of them have been successful but you have to give them credit for trying.
Wild Rivers and Raging Waters in comparison are HUGE... and tend to repeat the same formula over and over; really tall, really fast, great some kid pee'd in the pool on his way down OR relaxing, slow, then some snot nosed kid just sprayed me with a water cannon!
So I am not sure what the Disney Magic spin on this would or could be, I think a more apropriate question is could they pull it off based on their current cast of Characters.
Little Mermaid- obvious
Atlantis- overlooked as a flop but PERFECT HERE
20,000 Leagues- could work
Nemo- obvious, but you can add fish stix to the menu
Sword in the Stone- just swim and don't look behind you
Pinocchio- ooops looked back.... keep swimming!
Various Mickey & Friends classics.
Not sure if it would work but would be interesting.
I think a water park would add to the resort. With that said the best palce for the waterpark would be in the large proeprty behind the Paradise peir hotel.
A couple more hotels built on its outer edges bordering the property with a waterpark smack down the center of the property.
A water park with lots of theming that would enhance the views of the hotels.
A water park that would indlude a few dome like structures like the ones envisioned for the Long beach theme park. these areas would include a few themed pools and slides that could be kept open year round while outer areas could have refurbishments when the temperature is too cold.
Although i never understood why Knott's closes its water aprk during the winter since it usually only gets cool in the evening in California.
The park could easily have early closing hours and still maintain a year round schedule.
The strawberry kept for a third gate after the rededication of DCA's 10th anniversary which by then would have added plenty to that park to the point that many will be happy to finally call it a second Disney gate.
Hake yeahhh We need to compete and always stay current just like what Walt himself said back in the day...Whats wrong with you people that are saying NO...The kids will love it...especially on those hot days.---JERM