Once called the Big Pike, later (when revamped and reduced in size) called Little Pike. The wooden rollercoaster sported a sign (at one's own risk). A cylinder ride that once it got to spinning the bottom would drop out, a unique carousel that instead of a circular route under a tent canopy, was an oval race track open to the sky. I most vividly the Dark Room. My sister and I reported a real body to my dad upon leaving. Years later (while dismantling) the skeleton was declared a real one.
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Nu-Pike Amusement Park, Long Beach, California; also called The Pike and Nu-Pike Fun Park.