A beloved Massachusetts theme park is no longer for sale and aiming to reopen ahead of this upcoming holiday season after acquiring new operators.
In a Facebook post, Edaville Family Theme Park in Carver wrote, “Rest assured, Edaville is no longer for sale. The new operators, Shervin B. Hawley, Managing Partner of Sudbury, MA, and Brian Fanslau, Operations Partner of Alna, ME, are committed to the long-term success of Edaville as a traditional family park centered on its historic steam locomotives and family-oriented activities.”
The park says it hopes to open in November with a focus on making this season’s Christmas Festival of Lights “one to remember.”
The owner of Edaville had planned to retire this past spring with the hope someone would purchase the property but no one had come forward.
Tickets will be available online when Edaville launches a new website around Labor Day.
Rest assured, Edaville is no longer for sale. The new operators, Shervin B. Hawley, Managing Partner of Sudbury, MA, and...
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