Oakland's Fairyland in financial trouble, unsure of reopening amid coronavirus pandemic

OAKLAND, Calif. (KGO) -- In the East Bay, Oakland's historic Fairyland is in financial trouble due to the novel coronavirus pandemic

The iconic amusement park closed its doors in March due to the shelter-in-place orders.

The park's executive director tells SFGate they've now run out of money from a Paycheck Protection Program loan.

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Now the park is unsure when or how it will reopen.

They have been hosting a small camp in recent weeks, but visitors still aren't allowed.

On Fairyland's website, you can make donations here.

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