This photo was taken from the Thunder Falls waterslide. You can see how the layers of the park pack a lot into a smaller space when done right. People playing in Coral Cove in the foreground are unaware that the walkway from the main entrance is right behind them. This is part of the magic of designing a theme park. The winding paths and natural areas twist around until the guest gives in to the illusion. The people walking through the entrance are unaware of the maintenance warehouses just on the other side of the fence. The people in the parking lot can’t see any of this, and have to wind their way along several paths to get to the entrance.