CARVER — Edaville is out of the market, Carver Family Theme Park and Railroad announced Wednesday.
Earlier this year,that the Edaville owner wanted to use part of the land for residential development, but hoped to see the park continue.
“Rest assured, Edaville is no longer for sale,” the park said in a Facebook post. “The new operators, Shervin B. Hawley, Managing Partner of Sudbury, MA, and Brian Fanslau, Operating Partner of Alna, ME, are committed to Edaville’s long-term success as a traditional family park centered on its historic steam locomotives and family activities.”
Edaville turned 75 this year. Besides opening a “Christmas Lights Festival” last year, the amusement park has been closed since the start of the pandemic.
is set to return Nov. 10 and run through New Years. Thomas Land and Dino Land will not reopen this year, operators say.
“We will answer more questions as we move forward with our plans for 2022 and beyond,” the park said.