Jersey Shore Amusement Park Closing Its Doors
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SEA ISLE CITY, N.J. (CBS) – An amusement park in Sea Isle City, New Jersey that was badly damaged by Hurricane Sandy won’t be reopening this summer or ever. The owner of Funland says he’s closing the park for good.
Jay Gillian spent about $2.5 million to build the park, but it suffered hundreds of thousands of storm damage.
By July 4th of last year, the park was only partially opened.
Gillian says he’ll now focus solely on Gillian’s Pier in Ocean City.