Go To The Official Clementon Park Website For Current Park Information


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Clementon Park is a nearly 100 year old traditional amusement park which has seen its share of ups and downs throughout the years and shows it. 

The park is a mix of classic buildings and attractions which stand side by side with modern thrill rides.

The park remains popular for companies and groups to have picnics in the parks pavilions.

 The park had some bad luck with the 2004 season, and is currently for sale.

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The park has many traditional bits and pieces scattered throughout The log flume is quite impressive for such a small park, and cruises over the lake
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The parks Chance Carousel
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Kiddie Land is under a roof A classic umbrella ride, an inflatable, and a modern kiddie ride all stand side by side
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More fiberglass figures
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Jackrabbit station
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The first drop Views of the Jackrabbit from the park's train
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The structure appears to still be (mostly) in good shape The wood rails run right to the ground The station is walled off from the park
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The park train Close-ups of the engine
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The controls
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The Thunder Bolt (Himalya) The Egyptian themed Chance Yo-Yo 091005 034.jpg (213270 bytes)
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^ The Sea Dragon
A chance Inverter A Zamperla Samba Tower Chance Ferris Wheel >
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A classic snackbar building Great old detail on this game building A very strange sign on the pizza stand
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The parks ballroom which once overlooked the lake, is now the Refreshment Terrace View of the midway looking towards J2 Looking from the flume towards the front gate The classic carousel building is now home to the Big Cat Encounter
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Between shows the lions and tigers are kept in small old fashioned zoo cages The clearstory windows still have the old wavy glass, 
through which you can see the top of J2
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After nearly a full season of delays opening in 2004, the unfortunately name Tsunami opened months behind schedule, then had to be renamed after the events of last Winter, reopening in 2005 as J2 (Jackrabbit 2)
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The first drop Into the tangled tracks and through the structure at amazing speed

 Go To The Official Clementon Park Website For Current Park Information