|Arizona Fairy Tale Parks|
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|Bedrock City Prehistoric Park|
|Bedrock City Prehistoric Park was built in 1972. It was built after the original Flintstones park in Custer, SD. There were also two Bedrock City locations in Canada which are gone now. The park offers self-guided tours of the houses of the Flintstones and Rubbles, as well as Bedrock's police station, beauty salon, gas station, general store, etc. In addition to the park itself, there is also a large gift shop, Fred's Diner, and a campground. The park was put up for sale in 2015. It was still open in 2016. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]|
|Humpty Dumpty [gone]
The Humpty Dumpty statue in Lakeside was not from a fairy tale park but I'll include it here anyway. It was about five feet tall and mounted next to the roof of Hawkeye Feed & Supply. In the mid-1970s, this statue was located at a Humpty Dumpty Coffee Shop somewhere in Arizona. Most likely, it was in Phoenix where there were at least two locations. The statue was installed on a low wall near the restaurant's sign. He had striped pants, shirt sleeves, a chef's hat, and he held a knife and fork. At some point in the 1970s, the statue wound up at Hawkeye Feed. He was repainted and a cowboy hat was added. By 2012, the business and statue were gone. Does anyone know what happened to this statue?
The Humpty Dumpty sculpture in Mesa was never at a fairy park either. It was created in 2003 by Kimber Fiebiger from Minneapolis, MN. It is one of about 40 sculptures on display downtown. [map]
More Humpty Dumptys:
Happy Humpty Drive-ins: 1, 2 (locations in Indiana and Ohio)
Humpty Dumpty Resaurant (Seaside Heights, NJ) [gone]
Fairy Tale & Santa Parks
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