This park is a piece of the past. A treasure of a bygone era that was allowed to fall into disrepair. I see this park and the loving care it is now getting and think of what it could be once again. They don't build parks like this one any more and once they're gone there will be no more like them. The day we visited, the park had a reasonable number of guests but still I wonder if it is enough. We had a great time on some of the old historic rides like the Blue Streak, the Tumble Bug, the Devil's Den and the wonderful 1905 carousel complete with band organ. I wish the park well and hope they can achieve their goal of total restoration for both the park and the hotel. Please folks give this place a try with an open mind to what it could be again some day. The main office accepts donations to help with the restoration and they are tax deductible. We had a blast and I know you would too.
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