It was refurbished into a makeshift hot air balloon ride.
OK, that part is actually kind of cool.
Dorothy's house is also on the property.
Apparently, you can see the Wicked Witch of the East’s legs trapped under the house.
Good. That’s exactly what you wanted to hear, right?
There's actually a somewhat happy ending to the story of the Land of Oz theme park, though. In the late '90s, former employees of the theme park started reuniting on the park grounds once a year.
They’ve since opened their reunion weekend up to the public. It’s called the Autumn of Oz and it takes place in the first weekend of each October.
The yellow brick road looks about 1,000 times better after a fresh coat of paint and cheery flowers planted nearby.
And no super creepy fog. That helps too.
So even if the park looks a little creepy in the off-season (and it does), it's nice to see that it hasn't been completely forgotten by the those who care about it.
But you’re never going to see me there.