The BBC reports that campaigners fighting to save Dreamland have raised fears that the site could still be re-developed.
Thanet council published a local plan this month and is running consultation until 31st March.
The Save Dreamland Campaign has said the plan still allows redevelopment while they want that option to end.
The council has said the intention is for the site to remain an amusement park unless it proves not to be viable.
Sarah Vickery, from the Save Dreamland Campaign, said: "The fact that they haven't closed the door on redevelopment is our primary concern.
"They have said the Scenic Railway must be protected which we are really happy about.
"But they have said if the redevelopers can prove an amusement park is not viable on the site then they will be allowed to develop the site."
In January, Councillor John Kirby, cabinet member for development services, said: "The intention is that it will remain an amusement park but with leisure facilities that will complement those in place now.
"If it can be proved that an amusement park will not be viable, then we have to look at other ways to get the best from this site.
"If we get a leisure developer coming forward who can guarantee its use 365 days a year, that's what we're looking for."
Ed: You'll find a dedicated comment thread on the present and future of Dreamland here.