It is obvious that square amusement rides have been a pleasant view to cities, and many parents will take their kids play with these rides together after work or on holidays. So, what is the future prospect of running square amusement rides? To answer this question, it must combine the local operational conditions of square amusement rides, and take the policy requirements of local relevant departments into consideration.
From the overall operation conditions on square amusement rides in recent years, this business is at a golden age, as a result of an increasing number of urban population and children, and the monotony of city life. Especially on warm days, people will go to park, playground, square or other outdoor places, with a growth on group number and frequency, thus leading more profitable opportunities for amusement rides operators. In particular, it is the best time to make big money before the forthcoming holidays.
Then this question should be viewed by thinking about the policies of local reverent departments. Directly prohibiting running is without the scope of consideration; if some local policies tend to be relatively loose, this business can be done for a permitting period. For squares in some county-level cities, prohibiting running is not the usual situation.
To sum up, by combining these two aspects, present prospect of operating square amusement rides has a large development space from the perspective of operational conditions.