Fans are happy that the 117-year-old amusement park in Crawford County opened in June — for the first time in three years. So are the park's trustees and local business owners, who say the park is the anchor of the region's tourist area. The park and hotel sit on the state's largest natural lake, popular with boaters and swimmers and site of many second homes and rental properties. Yet business owners in the area worry about the future of an amusement park rich in history but short in cash.
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