As I drove up, it was obvious that the park was really beginning to get that “abandoned” park feel.
Even the Creative Arts building was looking worse that it usually does.
You can see here where they’re using the park’s entrance plaza as a storage area for the fair’s ticket booths.
At least the welcome sign is still up…
Same as last year, the Libertyland signage is still barely visible.
Windows are busted out all over the place… it looks pretty pathetic.
The former spot of Rebellion, now at Ghost Town in the Sky…
Yeah thanks for the up-keep…
The entrance building is skinnier than I thought…
It was pretty hot outside.
The entrance plaza is also being used as table city until the fair.
Yeah, ticket booths out the frame…
Top of the train station.
More of the crappy fairgrounds.
Zippin Pippin, all that’s really left.
Still in near-operating condition.
This hill produced some nice airtime.
Scoop’s had ice cream and stuff like that.
The turnaround after the lift… It’s taller in person.
Everything’s so overgrown it looks like the ride is in a forest.
Third turnaround from across the parking lot.
Yeah I wonder what they’re using that for…
More airtime hills….
Lesson for the younger folks: don’t drive and take pictures…
I hate this privacy mesh crap that they’ve put up… they even took my sign down!
It even had a protective covering, haha.
All that’s left of Revolution…