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    This place “had” it’s heyday from 1930 till 1980. It sealed it’s fate after changing hands many times since. Burned down or rotting buildings. Only one ride worth the trip and that’s if you are a coaster enthusiast and IF they are open. and you will pay too much for so very little. Sadly to say, the place should be leveled.

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    This place was horrible. We went there while we were on our camping vacation 2 years ago. None of the rides were operating (maybe 3 for teenagers). Good place for LITTLE kids, but overpriced and ridiculous for anyone over the age of 6!

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    I’m from Memphis where they have the mid south fair & liberty land I gotta say I’d go again & recommend it to others….great post meigz ivin

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    First, I applaud the idealism and spirit of anyone who thinks this place is worth reviving. I so hope I’m wrong. People like me (the pragmatic naysayers) ruin the fun.That said, this place is a dump! No… really. I cut behind some buildings and it looked like an IED went off. And apparently the leaf blower is broken because no one could clean off a significant pile of wet leaves from the fall. Weird.Here’s the problem: teens are bored by these rides. Adults will spend the time and money to go elsewhere. There’s a reason the dozens of little parks dotted across the area have dried up, burned down, and blown away.The only real attraction is for parents of small kids. Because little kids don’t care if the ride is boring – they’re just thrilled with life. So Kiddie Land is worth the $15 wrist band just to allow your ADD psycho 3 year old to run around.Also… there’s no fun lighting at night. Fairs and amusement parks are most charming at night. Here it’s just a few bare fluorescent bulbs, maybe a flood light.aIf the location were exceptional I could see saving this place. But it’s not ON a lake, just near it. So definitely go if you have very little kids (2-5) but otherwise I honestly can’t say there’s enough charm or historical interest to make this worth your time or trouble. I would seriously just go to your local county fair – same if not better rides.And I truly hope I eat every one of these words in 5 years!

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    Are you people kidding me?! How can you judge a place by the fact that it was closed. You could have just looked at their website or Facebook to see when they opened for the season. Don’t be giving the place one star for your laziness. It says on both sites what day they reopen for the summer season. To the person complaining about Halloween, they ask you to be there an hour early, because it takes an hour to walk through everything. There is to much to see and a lot of people there walking around. A simple phone call could have saved you some gas and not risked you killing people doing 75 mph. Maybe you should plan better next time. I mean Halloween is going on for the 31 days and you couldn’t show up another day before 11pm? It’s all about planning, which appears to me that everyone lacks. Okay, this amusement park is amazing. I love that it’s not huge like Cedar Point or even Kennywood. I love that I am shaded from the sun and can take my time walking around. The people are always so friendly and the park is always clean. Most people don’t understand that this park is mostly run through donations and volunteers. They always have something fun going on that you can be apart of. It’s free to walk around if you don’t want to ride anything so that’s nice. You can buy tickets if you just want to ride the Blue Streak or you can buy a wristband. I have been going there since I was 7 and I will never stop supporting such a great place that is such a landmark of history.