The carousel frame was purchased by a member of the Board of directors of the National Carousel Association. The figures well sold individually at a Norton of Michigan auction. The Frame was used fro the parks final season, filled out with borrowed figures. It is currently in storage.
I walked around the park (yes, inside it... with permission of course) back in 2003. Most of the rides were hauled away. The train for the coaster was on site at that time. There were only a handful of rides left then.
I think Knoebles bought their Herchell Looper for this year, which was sitting there for a while.
I knew the park was a gonner back then. The weather just killed it.
The Looper and Satellite Jet went to Twin Grove Park near Pine Grove, PA. The Bug is still (I think) at Edaville RR, for sale. The RotoJet was purchased by a local collector. The carousel frame is in storage. Don't know about the rest of the stuff.
The Fly-O-Plane Went to Lake Winnie, The Sea Dragon went to DelGrossos (I think)
The following rides were gone When I was there in 2003: Whip Tilt-A-Whirl Bug Ferris Wheel (sitting in a semi trailer) 1/2 Carousel Round Up (by a week) Yo Yo Flying Scooters All of kiddieland Sea Dragon (I dont know what else was taken out)
These rides where still there (mostly) in tact: Paratrooper Bubble Bounce/Tip Top Coaster (minus the lift motor) Dark Fun House Roto Jets Satelight Jets Scrambler (torn down for winter) Mini Golf Track for Car ride
This is a shame. In the short time I've lived in New England, I really didn't have the chance to visit (but have driven by it many times). If the Flyer Comet is really a copy of Thunderbolt (SFNE), I would hope that someone would buy it as Thunderbolt is a nice little coaster.
A nice thought would be that Canobie Lake would buy it. Another nice wooden coaster would really complete that park.