|Location||Latham, New York, United States of America|
|Owner||David & Ruth Hoffman|
The park originally opened in 1951 and had 17 rides with 1 roller coaster. In addition to the rides and attractions, there was a built-in Subway and some other food stands. The park also housed a small gift shop and arcade. Each season of the park ran from May to September. The park was owned by and named after David and Ruth Hoffman. However, on September 14, 2014, which was the final day of 2014 operating season for the park, David announced that he would be closing the park for good since he and his wife wanted to retire.  Many of the visitors were very upset about the closing and were concerned about the fate and future of the rides and attractions. By 2015, a year after the closing, both David and Ruth generously donated and moved the rides to Huck Finn's Warehouse furniture store in Albany to make a brand new amusement park entitled, Huck Finn's Playland. Huck Finn's now owns the new Playland and is on the store grounds.