While corporate mega-giants like Disneyland continue to skyrocket their ticket prices, local landmarks like Scandia in the Inland Empire are closing for good.

The park obtained new ownership and had recently closed for what was only considered maintenance at the time.

Today the local Daily Bulletin confirmed there would be no plans for re-opening. The park was opened for 27 years total in Ontario California, and was part of the daily scenery of any one persons 15 Freeway commute.

The actual rides and fixtures are being liquidated or moved to the remaining Scandia parks in operation in Sacramento Ca. and in Victorville Ca.

You can find more info about all parks Here.

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