For a small water park
of about 1,000 square meters, 1 million us dollar for investment. How long will it take to recoup the cost of investing in such a water park? This article will give you a detail analysis.
First of all, let's talk about the tickets price, now the price of the swimming pool is in commonly around 10 to 20 dollar, water park project is richer, more attractive, investment is also much larger than the swimming pool, ticket prices is quite reasonable to be twice of the swimming pool, it can also can be lower or even stay the same with the swimming pool ticket price, after all, to attract people is the most important thing.
Next, let's calculate how much people the park can accommodate at the same time, according to the calculated 3 square meters per person in the pool, it can accommodate 200 people or so, normal channel area can accommodate about 100 people, so normally, it can accommodate 300 people at the same time with people peek move in and out, as everyone stay for about four hours, it can open from morning at ten o 'clock to ten o 'clock at night removal of lunch and dinner time, so two batches should be no problem, thus the most people in the park every day accommodate can reach 600.
As for business days if calculated June, July and August, September, a total of 120 days, get rid of 30 days wet weather, so the normal day can be 90, indoor business days can even be 180 days, in an ideal situation, if the marketing is in place plus with a good location, a sold-out crowd would be a very normal phenomenon, estimate for the 90(days) x 600(persons)= 54000(persons) , if estimates in a conservative way, then 90 (days) x 300 (persons)= 27000(persons), thus the tickets fees were 54000X20(per ticket) = 1080000 and 27000X20= 540000, respectively. The secondary consumer income is also a very considerable income, normally, people come into the garden will spend 20 on average, so a gross margin of 10 is very normal, this income can be used to pay the rent, water and electricity and labor costs and is more than sufficient. In this way, one million investments in a small water park would be enough to recoup the cost within one or two years.