After more than two decades of operation, Country Fair Entertainment Park in Medford has permanently closed its doors.
Although the park typically closes for the winter months, it concluded its season in October, and the owners have confirmed that there are no plans to reopen.
Situated at 3351 Route 112, the park offered a variety of family-friendly activities, including a batting cage, mini-golf, go-carts, laser tag, driving range, arcade, and more.
The company posted the following announcement on its website: “After 23 years in its current iteration and a history that spans from the 1970s, the Country Fair Entertainment Park is saddened to announce that its last season concluded in October 2023. We appreciate your patronage over the years.”
Operators have advised anyone with questions about remaining balances on their Fun Cards to call 631-732-0579 before Jan. 31.
The property will be turned into an operation center for the Long Island Power Authority, according to the New York Department of Environmental Conservation. The plans include adding an administrative office, construction of a warehouse and fleet garage, and the installation of parking facilities and fueling stations.
The 24-acre property had been listed for sale for $17.5 million on LoopNet.com.
Top: Kiddos enjoying mini golf at Country Fair Entertainment Park in 2021. (GLI Photo/ Michael White)