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There's An Abandoned Flintstones Park That You Yabadaba-Don't Want To Visit

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There's a little-known attraction just a stone's throw from the Grand Canyon that has been getting a lot of attention lately.

Don't let Fred's smiling face lower your guard.Atlas Obscura

While it's been hiding in plain sight for more than 40 years outside of Williams, Arizona, the internet is just learning about the existence of Bedrock City. The amusement park, which is modeled after the town of Bedrock from the classic cartoon The Flintstones, opened in 1972 and has definitely seen better days.

To be fair, I would visit a haunted park every day to get five cent coffee.Atlas Obscura
"SKRAWK! IT'S A LIVING!"Atlas Obscura

For just $5 per person, you can tour the park, sampling Bronto Burgers like Fred and Barney do. There are lots of rides and attractions, including replicas of the show's most popular characters and their homes. Well, at least there used to be lots of attractions like that. Over the years the park has fallen into disrepair, and it's only a shell of what it once was.

Uh, no thanks.Messy Nessy
This is the 2nd most terrifying Wilma I've ever seen.Atlas Obscura
You can tour the Rubbles's house, but can you get out alive?Forgotten Places Photography

As Atlas Obscura reports, there was once six different Flintstones-themed amusement parks across America. Bedrock City itself is a spin-off from another park in South Dakota. The original park opened in 1966 and closed in 2015.

Now, the future of Bedrock City, Arizona is in jeopardy too. And these creepy photos reveal why the park's days are probably numbered...

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