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There are many rumors about what will happen to the land. Some residents have pointed out that the YMCA still has camps running at the farm this summer (2019) and others have said that it’s part of a new development. Still others are hopeful that the new owner will continue the tradition of fall fun. Our source says that in addition to all of the farm equipment being auctioned off, the fall attractions have also been put up for sale.
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11366 SR 38 E.