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THE DEFUNCT MAGIC SPRINGS

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LOST COASTERS OF ARKANSAS
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2003 MAGIC SPRINGS ATTRACTIONS
MAGIC SPRINGS
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CRYSTAL FALLS
ARKANSAS TWISTER HISTORY
THE ARKANSAS TWISTER
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BIG BAD JOHN
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1993 MAGIC SPRINGS
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GHOST OF MAGIC SPRINGS PAST
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THE DEFUNCT MAGIC SPRINGS
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PAST MAGIC SPRINGS ATTRACTION LIST
EL DORADO, ARKANSAS CARNIVAL RIDES
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1940 UNION COUNTY FAIR
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Thanks to Scott, and Mike, for this rare glimpse at Magic Springs while it sat slowly crumbling away. It is a well known fact the park was easy to access. You pretty much just walked in. When these pictures were taken all hope of a reborn Magic Springs was quickly fadeing. Buildings were falling in, or had been vandalized.
 
In my eyes, these pictures are comparable to Idora Park. The only exception is, Magic Springs was reborn, Idora was lost. Idora Park is now only a collection of memories, and old photographs.

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(ABOVE) The former bumper car building is on the left side of the picture. It is now the current home of the Lakeside Theater.

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(ABOVE) Black Lightning/Snakebite Summit is behind the now removed white building on the left.

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