The Creepiest Abandoned Amusement Parks Ever

22. Rocky Point Park

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Another park with a long, storied history, Rocky Point Park originated in 1847, when Captain William Winslow purchased coastal land in Rhode Island and opened it to public recreation as Winslow’s Rocky Point. As the destination grew in popularity it added rides, bowling alleys, pools, restaurants and other attractions.

Rocky Point Park prospered all the way to 1995, when a series of collapsed small business loans forced the park to shut down. In the ensuing years some rides were sold off to other parks, while others were left to weather vandalism and the elements. These ruins stood for urban explorers to comb over until the 2010s, when the area was cleaned up and incorporated into Rocky Point State Park.