Frontier Land Brochure 1981

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Frontier Land was a wild west-themed amusement park, it ran from 1964–1982. The park was created by R.B. Coburn, who also built Ghost Town in the Sky in Maggie Valley, and designed by Russell Pearson, a former Disney designer who also developed Frontier City in Oklahoma City, Silver Dollar City in Branson, and Ghost Town in the Sky. The 140-acre park featured a wood-burning steam train and a gondola that would take visitors to the main three sections of the park: Indian Territory, Fort Cherokee (a replica of a frontier stockade), and Deadwood Gulch (an 1860s hardscrabble western town).

About Frederick Luna

Frederick Luna, is a a world traveler who has spent many family vacations at many different theme parks. Some of his favorites includes Legoland, Knotts Berry Farm, and Dollywood. Always ready to share info about his favorite theme parks!

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