Diggerland USA Unveils New Attraction in New Jersey

Diggerland fans who love to drive will be please with the park's latest attraction.

📅   Wed April 08, 2015 - Northeast Edition
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The WorkMax is a compact, 4x4 utility terrain vehicle with a 784 cc three-cylinder diesel engine designed for the many terrains and jobs in the construction, farm and military industries.
The WorkMax is a compact, 4x4 utility terrain vehicle with a 784 cc three-cylinder diesel engine designed for the many terrains and jobs in the construction, farm and military industries.

Diggerland USA, North America’s only construction theme park, has added a modified JCB WorkMax UTV truck fleet as its 24th attraction.

The WorkMax is a compact, 4x4 utility terrain vehicle with a 784 cc three-cylinder diesel engine designed for the many terrains and jobs in the construction, farm and military industries. At Diggerland, children and parents alike drive the black-and-yellow two-seaters along a designated course.

“We are always looking at new rides that further the Diggerland experience. The WorkMax is a perfect fit for our park and the first of a few new concepts we hope to debut over the 2015 season,” said Ilya Girlya, CEO and owner of Diggerland USA and Sahara Sam’s Oasis Indoor and Outdoor Water Park. “Our guests love to drive, ride and operate the equipment they see at construction sites — the WorkMax provides another way for them to do that; behind the wheel of a machine most of the public would never get the chance to operate.”

Diggerland USA officially re-opened for its second year of operation March 15. The construction-themed adventure park covers 14 acres of centrally-located land in Camden County, N.J., and offers visitors the opportunity to operate full size excavators, dumper trucks, and backhoes among a range of other heavy machinery in a safe, family-friendly environment.

The park currently offers 24 onsite attractions, most of which are comprised of modified JCB heavy construction equipment that have been engineered to allow parents and children to safely dig, drive and ride familiar, real-sized construction equipment.