After entertaining guests for over half a century, Ohio's "
" will soon be
. The roadside attraction—filled with fiberglass dinosaurs and other miscellaneous tourist-trap draws—has had a successful run, but at the end of this year the owners of the park will be putting the dinosaurs into storage so that the owners can enjoy their retirement. This is sad news for many local people who brought their families to the park year after year, but, then again, there is no shortage of roadside dinosaurs. Even as old parks close, new ones—such as Virginia's
—will open up to entertain fans of dinosaur kitsch.
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