Photos: Flintstones park for sale at $2 million, does not include Hanna Barbera license

Posted | Contributed by Jeff

At one point in the 1970s, there were at least six different theme parks inspired by The Flintstones in North America. One of the kitschiest is Bedrock City, in Williams, Arizona, which has a tram chugging through a man-made volcano and a slide that looks like a brontosaurus’ tail.

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Vater's avatar

To quote C-3PO: "What a desolate place this is."

koolcat1101's avatar

I remember reading a park in Canada called Calaway Park was themed to all hana barbara shows until it lost it's license.

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janfrederick's avatar

That sounded a bit pricey, until I zoomed out and saw what was next door.

"I go out at 3 o' clock for a quart of milk and come home to my son treating his body like an amusement park!" - Estelle Costanza

Don't know how to zoom out. What's next door?

The amusement park rises bold and are huddled on the beach in a mist

The Grand Canyon........

rollergator's avatar

I'll never forget "The Happy Land of Hanna Barbera" at KD in the olde a kid, it was very impressive.

You still have Zoidberg.... You ALL have Zoidberg! (V) (;,,;) (V)

bjames's avatar

yeah, that arizona park is a poorly themed tourist trap hellhole.

"The term is 'amusement park.' An old Earth name for a place where people could go to see and do all sorts of fascinating things." -Spock, Stardate 3025

kpjb's avatar

You mean the Flintstone place or the Grand Canyon?


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