There won't be a web cam this year. I emailed the park about two weeks ago asking about this and when they replied they said the only web cam that would be operational this year would be during Christmas Town.
I wonder how much it cost BGW to have a web cam running when the park is open? We used the web cam that was installed on the Verbolten drop hill to see what the crowds were like on the bridge from Germany to Italy.
They probably don't want any bad press over it. For example, they would rather people show up on a busy day rather than check to see if it's busy and not show up at all. Plus, the whole what if a ride breaks down, it would discourage business.
If I could pick any place in all of Busch Gardens to set up a permanent webcam it would be right at the base of the bridge facing the most iconic scene of the park - the Rhine with Nessie, Griffon, and Alpengeist all running. You could also see the boats pulling in and out of the docks.
That scene has to be the most photographed area in all of Busch Gardens history of family vacation photos. Why mess with a good thing. If it makes a good post card, it makes a good web cam.
Piggy-backing off of what Nora suggested, I would like to see that camera mounted on a train. It could pan right as it goes across the bridge. Plus, it could show you much more as a mobile camera as opposed to the static position on the bridge itself.
Heck, why not put a camera on a sky bucket as well. Ideas are flooding out!!