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Ghostville on the Islands


Centreville Amusement park is normally bustling with yelling kids, yelling parents, and the sounds of various rides grinding their gears to entertain riders. During the late fall to early spring, those sounds are replaced with an eery silence - the only presence in the park is the few animals still left at 'Far Enough Farm'.

A trip to Centreville during the off-season is definitely recommended to those who have childhood memories from the park, and also those who find semi-abandoned 'villages' interesting to explore (either by foot, bike, or blades).

Be aware of the massive ducks who think they run things when the humans are gone.


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