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Old 08-02-2007, 10:41 PM
 
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recently, I have discovered a rather massive sized water park in the north West Palm Beach suburb of Mangonia Park. Apparently, when i surfed for crime rates, mangonia park had in 2005 for example a murder rate of like 151 per 100,000 people, yet it also showed that there were only 2 murders in mangonia park in 2005. I wonder how many people think that Mangonia park is either still a sort of safe place to be in, or if it is a death trap. (Warning, no flaming please!)
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Old 08-03-2007, 07:36 AM
 
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recently, I have discovered a rather massive sized water park in the north West Palm Beach suburb of Mangonia Park. Apparently, when i surfed for crime rates, mangonia park had in 2005 for example a murder rate of like 151 per 100,000 people, yet it also showed that there were only 2 murders in mangonia park in 2005. I wonder how many people think that Mangonia park is either still a sort of safe place to be in, or if it is a death trap. (Warning, no flaming please!)
Your talking about Rapids Water Park which is off of Military Trail. Yes Magonia Park and it's neighbor Riviera Beach are high crime areas. I never heard of any murders at the Rapids.
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Old 08-03-2007, 08:17 AM
 
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Yeah, don't worry about taking the kids to the Rapids (which is West of I-95)..... DO worry about taking the kids for ice cream after dark in Riviera Beach!
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Old 04-15-2012, 11:05 PM
 
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If you want a good laugh, check out Compton, CA and Camden, NJ's crime rating, two of the most dangerous cities and then check out Mangonia Park's crime rating.
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Old 04-16-2012, 08:11 AM
 
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recently, I have discovered a rather massive sized water park in the north West Palm Beach suburb of Mangonia Park. Apparently, when i surfed for crime rates, mangonia park had in 2005 for example a murder rate of like 151 per 100,000 people, yet it also showed that there were only 2 murders in mangonia park in 2005. I wonder how many people think that Mangonia park is either still a sort of safe place to be in, or if it is a death trap. (Warning, no flaming please!)

You will get robbed at that place.....$10 for parking, $30 to get in, $5 locker rental, overpriced snack bar....etc.

Ironically unless it is a school/church trip the locals don't really go there. It is expensive compared to a Orlando area water park when you see what the place offers.
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