CARVER - Edaville is off the market, the family theme park and railroad in Carver announced Wednesday.
Earlier this year,that the owner of Edaville wanted to use some of the land for residential development, but hoped to see the park continue on.
"Rest assured, Edaville is no longer for sale," the park said in a Facebook post. "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."
Edaville turned 75 this year. Other than opening for a "Christmas Festival of Lights" last year, the amusement park has been closed since the pandemic began.
is set to return on November 10 and run through the New Year. Thomas Land and Dino Land will not reopen this year, according to the operators.
"We will answer other questions as we progress with our plans for 2022 and beyond," the park said.
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