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  • Joyland owners' son shares memories of the amusement park

    The Joyland Amusement Park has been shuttered for over 10 years, but neglect, vandalism and weather have taken a final toll on the iconic Wichita landmark. Recently, a large section of the wooden roller coaster was toppled during a storm and most of the other remaining structures have been torn down. (April 11, 2015)

Joyland owners' son shares memories of the amusement park

The Joyland Amusement Park has been shuttered for over 10 years, but neglect, vandalism and weather have taken a final toll on the iconic Wichita landmark. Recently, a large section of the wooden roller coaster was toppled during a storm and most of the other remaining structures have been torn down. (April 11, 2015)
Travis Heying The Wichita Eagle