The property will be open for walking tours next Friday and Saturday from noon to 5 p.m. Volunteers will be on hand to answer questions and explain progress made on the land.
There’s no cost of admission to attend, but there will be donation boxes, according to Pelsor. He says there will be live music and food and refreshments donated by local businesses.
Pelsor owns Great American Spillproof products and purchased the old theme park which has been out of business since the early 90’s.
Pelsor says he plans to turn the property into an environmental destination with a restaurant and a creek stocked with trout and fresh water mussels