Ok, this is actually an idea I made up about a year ago during some sort of an Imagineering competition at VF, so the idea's old, but hopefully still is something.
Before I go on, I would like to remind everyone this is NOT the same exact park or layout that was gonna be built in Virginia, even though it has the same name.
Get ready for Walt Disney World's 5th Gate:
The park has 6 lands: Liberty Harbor, Oregon Trail, Hawiian Islands, Washington D.C., Paradise Pier, and Waterfront.
Liberty Harbor- Themed to Boston's harbor of the 1700s. The buildings around it are 1700's Boston style, and are made to the point that guests are striked with awe and immediatly are given the impression of the park when they walk in. There is a boat docked near by that looks like the boat from the Boston Tea Party. There is a hotel inside the buildings that surround the harbor (which I need a name for), and the lights that light the harbor are the lights from the hotel, hidden lights, and from the oil lamps in the area. The park entrance is a square before entering to the harbor area. The entrance admission is in the usual small building, but built to look like it's from that time period. In the middle of the small square between the admission area and the harbor is a fountain with a small statue of Washington and at the edge saying "Liberty and Justice for All". The Employees and CMs are dressed as if it were the 1700's.
Port of the Americas Emporium
Liberty Harbor Trading Company
13 Colonies Crystal and Watches
Wheelchair and Stroller Rental
Bayview Bar and Grill
Ice Cream Parlor
Exibits: Governers Palace
Lake America- The 30 acre lake in the middle of the park. The park icon, the Statue of Liberty, stands in the middle of the lake. The Star Spangled Fireworks show goes on every night from the lake. There is an Ellis Island boat dock, which is one of the park's exibits. The S.S America, a boat that looks alot like DLR's Columbia, goes around the lake from the Ellis Island dock to the Hawaiian Islands dock.
Oregon Trail- Themed as a trading post/boomtown in mid-western America. The vegatation is mid western, and all the CMs and employees dress as if they were from the 1860's. At night, the only lighting is from the oil lamps hanging from street posts. The Indian Trail is one of the park's exibits.
Conestoga Wagons-Ride on a journey into America's Wilderness. Be warned, you maybe stopped by native indians.
Mine Train Thru Nature's Wonderland-Take this train ride into Rainbow Caverns and Mid-Western America's Wilderness.
Mine Train Thru Nature's Wonderland Photos
Rainbow Caverns Fishing
Hawiian Islands- The buildings in this area are rustic polyniesian, and near the volcano, the buildings are themed to an excavation base. The vegetation is tropical, and the lights at night are from oil lamps and torches on the buildings, the neon lights near Raging Spirits, the neon lights from the inside of the volcano, and the occational eruption from the volcano. The CMs and employees dress as if they were traders and diggers. The Pearl Harbor military base is one of the park's exibits.
Journey to the Center of the Earth-Explore into the Pacific Excavation Base and journey into the center of the earth. Must be 40" to ride.
Raging Spirits-Speed through the forbidden temple of the Island's Gods. Will you survive? Must be 42" to ride.
Wings over Iwojima- Soar and win to victory over the skies of Iwojima. Must be 36" to ride.
Gifts of the Gods
Excavation Base Traders
Raging Spirits Photos
Journey to the Center of the Earth Photos
Excavation Base Camp Grill
Washington D.C.- The area looks like Washington D.C. from the 1870's. The street lamps are oil lamps, and the CMs and employees dress as if it were the 1870's. The building that looks like the Capitol Building is home of one of the rides. The American Archives is one of the park's exibits. The Americana Parade starts here.
America The Beautiful-Take a journey through the history of America. Sponsored by Bank of America.
Walt Disney's America Transit Tram Line-Take a ride along America's waterfront from Pennslvania Avenue to Broadway.
Pennslvania Avenue Cafe
Martha's Bayside Restaurant
Patriot Sweets Wagon
Exibits: Capitol Hill
Paradise Pier- Themed to the pier parks of the 1920's. The buildings are victorian, with stringlights around them. There are tall palm trees on the sides of the walkway that leads to the Cyclone. There are rides there that haven't been built for 70 years. The lights that turn on at night are the stinglights and light bulbs around the buildings and the aqua blue/green neon lights under the Cyclone.
Grand Carousel-Make timeless memories on this double decker carousel.
The Whip-Ride this classic that has been a staple for amusement parks of the early 20th century.
Cyclone-Speed on this legenday wooden roller coaster ride. From the top of the lift to the brakes, it is sure to make you scream. Must be 48" to ride.
Steeplechase-Make timeless memories on this single rail racer. Must be 36" to ride.
Wonder Wheel-Ride to the top of this ferris wheel and see America beyond the horizon.
Wave Swinger-Take a ride on this classic swingchair ride. Must be 40" to ride.
Boardwalk Food Stands
Cotton Candy Vendors
Waterfront- Themed to New York City and Cape Cod of the 1920's. As you enter Waterfront, the main street is replicated after 42nd street, with the Coka-Cola sign on the building ahead of you and lit up signs for broadway shows on the buildings to the side. There are street lamps for lighting, and oil lamps in the Cape Cod area. There is a Titanic replica on the water, docked near Cape Cod. There is a bay that runs from the back of Washington D.C. to the edge of Waterfront.
Industrial Revolution Automobile Factory-Take a ride on this omnimover and see the inside of this factory, how the factory was powered, how cars were made then, and how they are made today. Sponsored by GM
Walt Disney's America Transit Tram Line- Take a ride along America's waterfront from Broadway to Pennslvania Avenue.
Aunt Peg's Village Store
New York, New York Bayside Delicatessen
Joe's Brooklyn Style Pizza
New York Deli
Titanic Dining Room
Lights on Broadway
Legend of the Titanic
42nd Street Arcade
Automobiles, Now and Then
Parade near Liberty Harbor
That's how the Cyclone's station will look like (Except it will say Cyclone on the top, not Racer).
Park size: 230 Acres.
Transportation includes trams and a monorail.
Happy 4th of July!