This 15-acre dinosaur theme park formerly known as Prehistoric Forest is looking for a new owner. Located in Irish Hills, Michigan, the park comes with a two-story waterfall, a volcano (no longer smoking and rumbling), a main building, a gift shop, and 100 fiberglass dinosaurs.
The real estate agent suggests you could turn the place into a daycare center, a campground, a restaurant, or something else. She also suggests that you could apply for a liquor license.
According to AgilityNut, the park opened around 1963 with a safari train, a dino nest with eggs, a caveman, pterodactyls, a dig site with fossils, strange giant daisies and fake cactus. The dinosaur sculptures were created by James Q. Sidwell who also did the dinos for the Prehistoric Forest in Marblehead, Ohio and Dinosaur Land in White Post, Virginia.
All this could be yours for the low, low price of $548,000!
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