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A Tribute to a Bygone Arizona Amusement Park
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A Tribute to a Bygone Arizona Amusement Park
Tuesday, April 23rd, 2024

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Date: 3/3/2009   Time: 9:01:22 PM
Comments: They should have NEVER torn this down. What a shame.
Date: 3/3/2009   Time: 2:53:07 PM
Comments: WOW! Amazing web site! How unique so much is preserved and so many lives touched by Legend City. Amazing memories. Dad transported us from rural Iowa to build and work at Legend City in the early 60s. Legend City was my brothers my sister and my home away from home for several years. Incredible place to be a teen in the 60s. What a great place to grow! I would also like to apologize to anyone whos River Ride I may have ruined by memorizing the spiel and rudely saying the spiel before the River Boat Captain. You may find comfort in knowing that Dad banned me from the River Ride for 2 weeks. My partner in crime and best friend, Nancy Tompkins, where are you? Find me at lesliekosta But know you remember me as Ronnie Schenck.
Date: 3/2/2009   Time: 9:20:44 PM
Comments: This is a walk down memory lane for an old 59 year old kid from Iowa. My dad and family moved to Arizona in 1961 and help build and run Legend City until the fall of 1964. It was sad to see such a fine place have the financial problems it did but we had no idea it remained in operation until 1983. During the building I remember helping with the cement work for the pads the rides sat on. I was only 12 or 13 at the time but dad took me to work a few times. Later after the park opened, I went there many times and knew almost every inch of the place. My father was the maintenance foreman after the place opened and later become Rides Manager. He has lots of good memories of the place and the people who worked there including lots of kids from ASU. Many of the rides for the park came from a Kiddy Land Park in Kansas City, Missouri. At an even younger age I went to Kansas City a few times and rode those rides before they were moved to Legend City. I'm sure that many of the folks who visited the Park back in those Early days loved it and the people that worked there loved it too. They were exciting times and deserve the time and effort you have put into this web site. Thanks, Randy Schenck and father, Ron Schenck
Date: 2/28/2009   Time: 7:25:35 AM
Comments: My name is Mark Miller, our band COMPROMISE nine peice horn band played on the floating dock and Red Garter almost every summer from 68-70. Did anyone ever see us play?
Date: 2/26/2009   Time: 10:41:23 PM
Comments: From about spring 1971 till the end of summer 1973, I and a couple of my friends Steve and Alford were stunt men who trained under Ron Nix.
This site sure has taken me back there!
We used to have a gunfight at the town in the back of the lot and then shoot outs on the train. Sometimes we would stack tumbleweeds on the tracks and set fire to them so we could rob the payroll on the train.
Those were times I truly miss and your site took me back there, THANKS!
I will always miss Legend City!! WHAT A LOSS!
Mike Greene
Date: 2/26/2009   Time: 9:42:48 PM
Comments: Thanks for bringing back some childhood memories.
Date: 2/21/2009   Time: 12:14:18 AM
Comments: thanks for the site...lots of good times there...I kiss my first girl there at 14 wow...bring back the summer of 68
Date: 2/16/2009   Time: 9:51:25 PM
Comments: How fun to have found your website! Thanks so much for the memories! I celebrated my 16th at LC and remember getting stuck on the ferris wheel! It was a safe, fun place that parents could let their teenagers roam. I showed this to my kids and they can't believe how old I am!! Thanks again!
Lisa Clark Schneiderman - Marietta, GA
Date: 2/16/2009   Time: 8:41:03 AM
Comments: Oh man! Thank you so very much for maintaining this website. My memories are vivid of birthday, and family visits at Legend City. These were the best of times - socially too!
Mike Durso
Date: 2/14/2009   Time: 4:34:40 AM
Comments: srp sucks i had a good time there mid70,s maybe early80,81 just think kown cool it would be 2009
Date: 2/11/2009   Time: 11:49:45 PM
Comments: Thanks for creating and maintaining this site. I didn't go to Legend City per se all that much but I did go to lots of shows at Compton Terrace. Thanks for sharing the memories, all of you who have posted here over the last several years.
Date: 2/11/2009   Time: 8:33:24 AM
Comments: Looks like it was a great place. I am particularly interested in pictures, parts, and info about the Blakely Cars

gsuffa256 at
Date: 2/11/2009   Time: 7:19:10 AM
Comments: I so remember Legend City and was devastated when it closed. Thank you for creating this site with so many great memorabilia for the walk down memory lane. Well done!
Date: 2/7/2009   Time: 10:13:12 PM
Comments: When I was in 9th grade, my friends and I washed cars one Saturday at a local gas station to get enough money to go to Legend City Amusement Park. We had a blast and this was to be 1 of the only times I was able to go before it closed up. I am now 45 years old and still remember that event in my life.
Date: 2/6/2009   Time: 7:25:40 PM
Comments: Legend City is solely responsible for my fear of heights!!! I got stuck at the top of the Ferris wheel in 1972 when I was just 6...the wind was blowing and it was almost dusk. Havent gotten on a FW since. Still, I wouldn't trade my memories of this place for anything!!!! I remember seeing so many concerts there in the early 80's...the Go Go's, AC DC, Def Lepard. LC is the source for so many happy memories from both my childhood and my teen years!!! It is only too bad that it wasn't around for my daughter to enjoy and to create memories for herself! are sorely missed!!!
Date: 2/6/2009   Time: 6:56:55 PM
Comments: Spent some of my best times with friends there. Our parents would drop us off and away we would go running for the rides and flirting with boys.
Thanks for the site, it brought back some really fun memories. Judy
Date: 2/4/2009   Time: 12:26:17 PM
Comments: I was a child performer at Legend City in the late 70's until it closed. I sang with Doc Feeber's Vaudeville Revue. Thank you for taking me back to my childhood!

Juleah Morgan Brewer
Date: 1/24/2009   Time: 12:57:38 PM
Comments: This website is a very nice labor of love. Thanks.
Date: 1/21/2009   Time: 1:38:11 PM
Comments: I remember very fondly Legend City! I won a dance contest there when I was in 8th grade and also went there in the 70's to hear a Jackson Brown concert that was rained on!

Love it, wish it would relive.
Date: 1/20/2009   Time: 11:32:49 AM
Comments: I remember going to Legend City when I was a kid with friends and on field trips. also went to a concert at Compton terrace. Thanks for the memories. Arizona native 09 07 1963 grew up in tolleson raised in Maryvale go panthers '81 born at st. Josephs hospital in Phoenix AZ. My how the state has grown!
Date: 1/16/2009   Time: 8:53:13 PM
Comments: Wow! Can't believe there was a website for Legend City. We spent so much time there as kids. It's good to see people still think about it! Thanks for putting such a detailed website together for something that isn't around anymore. How awesome it would be if our kids had somewhere like that to go! Hello from Castle Rock, CO!
Date: 1/4/2009   Time: 6:57:19 PM
Comments: A great resource - many thanks!
Date: 1/2/2009   Time: 8:53:30 AM
Comments: hi! i love this web site thank-you
Date: 12/29/2008   Time: 9:47:48 PM
Comments: Hi. Good site.
Date: 12/19/2008   Time: 11:11:57 PM
Comments: Bring it back.
Date: 12/12/2008   Time: 5:57:21 PM
Comments: Hi the second set of sky ride buckets that looked like diving bells I believe were from Pacific Ocean Park?? Could they have been purchased at the auction? Great site!!!

Chandler AZ
Date: 12/10/2008   Time: 7:37:16 AM
Comments: Hi ! Great page. Greetings from Poland.
Date: 12/7/2008   Time: 9:10:28 AM
Comments: Nice Memories, still have the scar from jumping the fence and razor wire getting me in the knee. Was a good park, would like to see SRP torn down and Legend City rebuilt!

Date: 11/25/2008   Time: 9:28:55 PM
Comments: The last time I went to Legend City, Ladmo stiffed me on a Ladmo bag. He called my row and seat number, then gave it to a little girl next to me. I heckled him the rest of the show. Wallace just shrugged and gave me a what can I do look, but hey I loved those guys and Legend City very much, I wish they were all still around.
G Horlacher
Date: 11/25/2008   Time: 12:10:52 PM
Comments: I really like your website. I feel sad to know that it was closed long ago. Thank you for sharing these great information about this bygone park.

Fei Yao from Arizona.
Date: 11/22/2008   Time: 6:02:17 PM
Comments: My wife and I were married in Tucson in 1973 and we didn't have much money so we had our honeymoon at Legend City. Now, some 35 years later, we wish it was still around so we could share it with our grandkids. Thanks for all of these great memories.
Date: 11/12/2008   Time: 4:54:22 PM
Comments: Wow how quickly I forgot, such great times I had there!
Date: 11/7/2008   Time: 10:45:32 AM
Comments: Every one knows where they were when the first man walked on the moon. I was at Legend City with my future wife. Lots of great memories there.
Date: 11/5/2008   Time: 10:08:09 AM
Comments: I loved Legend City...It was the best time ever with my Dad!
Date: 11/4/2008   Time: 9:16:10 AM
Comments: My brother and I loved to come to Legend City and we still talk about the great times we had. Thanks for the website.
Date: 11/4/2008   Time: 6:00:40 AM
Comments: In having the opportunity to enjoy the wonderful life of having Legend City was truly remarkable. I have lived here all my life and truly would have enjoyed my grandkids seeing this remarkable attraction. Sorry to have seen it removed by S.R.P but now I work for the company that took its place.LOL . Truly enjoyed this delightful pictures brings back memorable memories!!!!
Date: 11/3/2008   Time: 8:45:52 PM
Comments: WOW!!! I love your tribute. I was only 7 years old when it closed but I still remember awsome rides and shooting rifles.
Date: 11/1/2008   Time: 11:11:50 AM
Comments: As a kid Legend City was so much fun. I wish it was still here today to take my family to the place of such fond memories. This web site helps to show them what it was like.
Date: 10/24/2008   Time: 7:54:51 PM
Comments: Legend City was a wonderful place.
Date: 10/23/2008   Time: 12:58:27 PM
Comments: I'm a Phoenix resident since 2000, but fondly remember visiting my aunt here in Mesa in the 60's and early 70's. A trip to Legend City was always a must on every visit for me. I loved the whole place, but the visit was a must for one simple reason - the antique cars. Like most young kids, I couldn't wait to drive a car, and that antique car ride was the only place I could drive legally when I was that age! I would ride those cars over and over again. It is a great memory. Thanks for this website!
Date: 10/22/2008   Time: 8:03:06 PM
Comments: Thank you so much for bring back the fond memories that I had once lived as a young girl. My parents would take us to Legend City on the weekends. As I had became a Teenager a bunch of us girls would go on a Saturday night. When I seen the cars that had brought some really fond memories there. I lived it again. It brought a Big Smile to my face when I seen that. I remember that I got to drive the car for the First time whith my Mother I was like 9 years old, LOL that was so exciting to beable to drive with my Mom sitting next to me. As I had became a Teenager I remember going on the Log ride and getting all wet. That was a Blast. Thank You so much for making my day!. To this day My Husband and I share memories about Legend City. He jokes about it saying I think I seen you there. I just wished that it was still around so our Children could have seen how we spent our weekends. Thank You again.
Patricia V. Arizona Native
Date: 10/20/2008   Time: 8:45:36 AM
Comments: Wow! This looked like a real cool amusement park done in good old Arizona fashion! Sad that its no longer around.I wish It had of remained. I was too young at the time to remember it and I dont think I ever went to it as I was only 2 years old when the park closed. But the website sure is great! Maybe someday we Arizona can bring back Legend City, not in the same place of course.
Date: 10/17/2008   Time: 1:00:13 AM
Comments: Born in Phoenix in '64. Legend City and Wallace and Ladmo were the ONLY things for a PHX kid back then. God, it was so much simpler then. I miss the Monster Mouse! Gotta cry now. Ron in Thailand
Date: 10/5/2008   Time: 9:32:04 AM
Comments: Memories!!!!
Having grown up in the valle in the 50's and 60's and 70's I was very familiar with Legend City!
If only we as a Valley could have had the forethought to support it more and leep it, the Dity would be competeing with Disney Now!
John Engstrom
Date: 10/4/2008   Time: 10:41:32 PM
Comments: Ahhh I just cant't resist.I was born in Phoenix when it was a BIG,small town and I'll never forget the feeling I had when we would see the big Lgend City sign coming into view.The Wallace and Ladmo stage shows and I even remember when they were sponsored by the Toy Cottage an 7th St.What great memories... Thanks
Big Mike
Date: 10/1/2008   Time: 8:16:29 AM
Comments: I remember Legend City as a kid it sure would be nice to have it back my grand kids would love it. I loved your page it brought back alot of memories. Thanks
Date: 9/28/2008   Time: 4:55:49 PM
Comments: Just started a Facebook group about Legend City. Has a link to this site. Thanks for putting it together. Very important and impressive for us native Phoenicians.
Date: 9/27/2008   Time: 12:54:52 PM
Comments: just found this site, love it! brings good old memories back. we use to spend all are weekends there. great place to grow up with.
Date: 9/27/2008   Time: 12:03:41 PM
Comments: This is a wonderful website to relive memories of the past. I moved to Phoenix in 1971, at the age of 11. I visited Legend City several times in the 1970's and into the 1980's. It was sad to see it end.

Thank you for keeping this website going for us. And thank you for using some of my photographs!

Dean Patrick Preising
Phoenix, Arizona
Date: 9/25/2008   Time: 9:23:54 PM
Comments: Wow! ... what great memories! Lived in Phoenix all my life, graduated High School in '70, spent many a night at Legend City. Many, many girlfriends were my guest at Legend City as a first date. I went into the military from '74 to '78 and was soooooo sad to hear Legend City had closed when I returned. Grew up with all the 'players' especially Bill, Lad, and Pat. Thanks for creating such a special venue and tribute to the pioneers who entertained Phoenicians for many, many years.
Greg Lawritson
Date: 9/25/2008   Time: 1:31:57 PM
Comments: My family was stationed at Luke Air Force Bace in 1971-1972. My father took us there on family trips often. I have very fond memories of Legend City. I found this website after doing many searches. I shared it with my family. My father passed away this year, prior to me finding this site - he loved nostalgia - he would have loved this site - thanks for maintaining and sharing.
Date: 9/23/2008   Time: 2:03:53 AM
Comments: I knew I had visited a theme park in Az but I had very little memory of it. I can't remember the year but it had to have been pretty close to the parks final year. I was so happy to stumble upon this web site because it triggered some memories. Now I know I'm not crazy, there really was a theme park in Az!! Plus it was so much fun remembering Wallace and Ladmo, I wished and wished for a Ladmo Bag!! Thanks for the memories! Julie, Az native
Date: 9/20/2008   Time: 17:31:36 PM
Comments: Hello, I
just found your wonderful website! I
worked at Legend City from 1969-1974 (mostly in food service). Those were the
happiest times of my teenage years. Legend City was home to me. The ride
operators, food service personnel, clean up crew, nurse, etc., were my
family. When Legend City closed, I felt orphaned. When it was torn down, I felt
like my family home was gone. Sometimes I can still hear: "Welcome to Legend
City, a Wild West Adventure of Guns, Girls and Games" or the song: "If I
Knew You Were Coming, I'd have Baked a Cake." Back in the real world...I have
pictures. I have a picture of "Sgt. Dave" and "Sgt. Rick" in front of the
riverboat ride. Thank you for bringing Legend City "back to life," if only in
memory. Sincerely, Wendy "Windy Dae" (Toombs) Wasson
Date: 9/19/2008   Time: 10:25:46 PM
Comments: Went here every summer from '75 until it closed for my
birthday. I have such great memories. Thanks for trip down memory lane
Date: 9/18/2008   Time: 1:36:17 PM
Comments: I remember going to Legend City to see Wallace and Ladmo. I remember how the park seemed magical when I visited it in its later days. Sad that's gone, especially since I cannot take my children there. Alas, perhaps the parks name sealed its fate from the beginning. Perhaps Legend City was destined to end as only a legend. May the legend live on. Thanks for the great website!
Date: 9/17/2008   Time: 8:32:51 PM
Comments: I Rember Legand City, Loved going there when I was young.I'ts To Bad that ether S.R.P or A.P.S. had to DESTROY such A well Loved and Busy Amusment Park
I also rember Chaprial Speedway, still have my driving card from their
Date: 9/16/2008   Time: 2:16:22 PM
Comments: My siblings and I went to Legend City when I was growing up. We lived at Hayden and McDowell and visited at least twice a month. My friend broke her arm there at her birthday party! My sister found it a great to meet boys! We sure sad to see it go!
Date: 9/14/2008   Time: 9:11:03 AM
Comments: I took my late wife to Legend City when we first came
to Phoenix in 1973. It was open in the summer and closed for
the school year.I always thought that that was a mistake.
It should have been open every weekend all year long.
that would have given High school and collage aged
people a place to date.
The summer was to hot even at night.So the park never got the attendance that it could gotten in
a place like L.A.
I hope the next someone wants to build an amusement
park in Arizona that they enclose it like the one at
Mall Of America. So we can enjoy it year around.

M. F. Duckett
Phoenix Az.
Date: 9/9/2008   Time: 4:06:05 PM
Comments: I worked at Legend City back in 1973, first inside the park picking up trash with a broom and a pan. The standing joke was How's business The reply picking up!

There was a hottie lots of them actually college girl from ASU who drove a VW convertible. She seemed so old then but now... ASU students look like babys. Of course when you're 51 a lot of people look young.
Date: 9/1/2008   Time: 11:35:20 AM
Comments: In 1969 a friend of mine was employed at LC as a night security guard. His hours began AFTER the park was closed. I remember accompanying him on his rounds and being truly spooked - it was DARK and we were the only people inside the park. I also admired his courage, because most nights he was canvassing the entire property...alone. BOO!

Bruce Cannon, Tempe High School, Class of 1967
Date: 8/9/2008   Time: 10:15:01 AM
Comments: I remember going when I was 5 years old and what I remember the most was the Big rollercoaster and the skyride. Thanks for the memories
Date: 8/6/2008   Time: 4:34:02 PM
Comments: I used to take my kids there from Tucson. It truly was an answer to Disneyland. Sorry, like so many things, it bit the dust.
Date: 8/5/2008   Time: 12:18:06 PM
Comments: Great Site I Knew a Guy Robert Kelly use to run Legend City Back in the days. He told a story how he use to send spies to big surf to see what kind of people where visting.
Date: 8/2/2008   Time: 4:23:26 PM
Comments: Did we ever meet alot of cute guys at Legend City! We changed our clothes several times before we got just the right outfits to hang out there!
Date: 7/31/2008   Time: 1:41:46 PM
Comments: Thank you ... some great memories came from this park. Who would have thought there would be such a great site on Legend City so many years later. Linda
Date: 7/29/2008   Time: 7:43:28 AM
Comments: I can't begin to tell you of all the memories that I have of Legend City. I've been to Disneyland and Magic Mountain, but neither of them hold the place in my heart that Legend City does. It truly was a unique place. Being a native, I always ask people if they remember Legend City and the answer is usually no...what a shame. It had atmosphere and a feeling all on it's own. There will never be anything quite like it.

Jimmy Lira
Date: 7/28/2008   Time: 6:58:35 AM
Comments: I had such great memories at Legend City...I kissed my first real cowboy at the Golden Palace Saloon back in 1974 - Carole Manley
Date: 7/27/2008   Time: 8:17:15 AM
Comments: I had great memories of birthdays at Legend City with my friends and family.

Cole Bobbe
Date: 7/25/2008   Time: 5:14:22 PM
Comments: Excellent web site. Brings back a lot of nice memories. Thank you!
Date: 7/24/2008   Time: 6:02:50 AM
Comments: Lot's of great memories of Legend City, and of my family too - thanks!

Mike Durso
Date: 7/23/2008   Time: 3:36:19 PM
Comments: This is a great web page! I live in San Diego now, but recently bought a second house here in New River. One of the construction workers told me about this web site. I grew up in Phoenix and worked at Legend City for about 2 years while in high school. I have some great memories of the place. I worked various games -basketball toss, milk bottle toss, etc.. I enjoyed seeing all the people who would come through the park, especially the good looking girls! I had not seen a photo of Legend City since I left the area in 1976.
Date: 7/17/2008   Time: 2:36:14 PM
Comments: What a great website!!!! I remember some of the rides from when I was little. I wish it was still around, it would be great for our kids now!!! Thanks for putting together so much information and the pictures are great!
Date: 7/10/2008   Time: 11:18:37 AM
Comments: Great memories. Really wish there was someplace to take my boys like this today.
Date: 7/7/2008   Time: 9:19:18 PM
Comments: What a neat place to visit, but, especially to work for. I began my short venture in spring of 1974 as carpentry foreman. Horst Bruener was the 'wheel' and we worked some 100 plus hour weeks in 100 plus temps each day to get the park reopened for the summer of 1974. It was a blast. Worked through shutdown and helped in security after closing, as there was a fair share of vandalism. Joe Niemann
Date: 7/3/2008   Time: 4:39:00 PM
Comments: Any luck locating the Legend City TV commercial from around 1970-1971?
Date: 7/2/2008   Time: 8:58:06 AM
Comments: Thank you for the website of Legend City. What memories.

I am 50 years old and I live in Oregon now, but I was born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona in 1958. When the amusement park opened it was one of the best things in my life. I had many, many fun times there. I had forgot some of the attractions until I saw the web site. I lived on the west side of Phoenix so it was always a real tough job to get a parent to drop us off and pick us up at midnight on a Friday or Saturday night. It was at least an hour drive away. But we probably got to go about 1 time a month.

My parents were friends with a lot of people at KPHO at the time. They were even members of the Phoenix Press Club. I remember KPHO and Wallace and Ladmo's connection with Legend City. I found Wallace on about a year ago. He has a couple of websites. I believe he is in his 80's?, but still a real nice guy.

When I got a little older, 16 or so, my best friend and I worked there. I worked on the kiddy rides until my last day I worked at the golf course. Good times, good fun.

Thanks again for placing the website out there.
Date: 7/1/2008   Time: 10:20:04 PM
Comments: Oh my gosh! What memories this has brought back. I remember the Condello band, Wallace and Ladmo, the rides and most of all the excitement of going for the first time to LEGEND CITY. This was a HUGE treat for me as I lived out in Litchfield Park and going to an amusement park with friends and hanging out.Thanks so much for having this site and bringing my childhood back to me. What a treat. Melody Manley Neely
Date: 6/30/2008   Time: 6:21:21 AM
Comments: The GOLDUST
If there's some older Valley Of The Sun folks who watched the 1950s "Goldust
Charlie" early KPHO kid show...please send me ANY memories you have! I'm writing
a story for
and need your recollections or sentiments. Email me at:
Also Ken Kennedy (GDC) played
with the "Desert City 6" at LEGEND CITY. This request is just for the Summer of
2008. Thanks! Rob
Date: 6/30/2008   Time: 6:15:26 AM
Date: 6/27/2008   Time: 9:57:26 AM
Comments: i heard you have some pieces of legend city around the srp building. is that true, c.brown16 at
Date: 6/26/2008   Time: 11:24:39 AM
Comments: I was in Junior High and High School back then. We went there on the weekends. This site has brought back so many memories. Thank you.
Date: 6/25/2008   Time: 12:45:31 PM
Comments: i never got to go to legend city but i wish i could . my mom tells me when she would go when she was a little girl and it sounds like i would have loved it too!
Date: 6/22/2008   Time: 12:28:51 AM
Comments: Might Be The Best Ever Yet
Date: 6/20/2008   Time: 2:57:34 PM
Comments: My first visit was in 1964 and my last in 1976. During my last visit I was on a ride called The Zipper and remember being terrified. Not because of the ride but a cotter pin ready to fall out of the cage in which I was riding.
Date: 6/13/2008   Time: 1:26:13 PM
Comments: I want to thank you for this website... I have lots of memories of Legend City, and how I wish it was still there.... I am 37 years old and what a memory I have of my childhood summer days at Legend City. Unfortunately I was one of those kids who never got the Ladmo Bag... but... I will always have the memories of fun of my visits to Legend City. It's sad the children today don't have this special place. Thank you again, it was great remembering all these times. NLVivian
Date: 6/12/2008   Time: 2:13:25 PM
Comments: I have so many fond memories of Legend City I can't sort them all out. Mom use to take all us kids-neighborhood kids too, and drop us all off and we would spend the entire day their. I never wanted to go home. I was born in the right year-1957 to enjoy the heyday of the park. I even got a little moved looking at the pictures on your site-how we all looked at that time, before Phoenix got so big and urban. Thank you for the memories. I've already sent the web address to 12 other friends that I grew up with here.

Thank you,

Fritz Teetsel
Date: 6/11/2008   Time: 5:31:30 AM
Comments: all i can say is i miss you dudes
Date: 6/11/2008   Time: 5:24:43 AM
Comments: phx isnt the same any more with out you all always be missed
Date: 6/3/2008   Time: 4:54:08 AM
Comments: i'm a native arizonan and went to the park when i was young, but i will never foget it! we didnt have alot of money then so when i got to go it was like the world to me! my family had the greatest time there too bad it closed, kids nowadays would have enjoyed it!! THANKS
Date: 6/2/2008   Time: 10:39:30 PM
Comments: awesome
Date: 6/2/2008   Time: 4:08:15 PM
Comments: Great site! Thanks for the memories!
One of the reasons I fell in love with this place.
Came here courtesy of Uncle Sam's Air force.
Date: 6/2/2008   Time: 9:25:43 AM
Comments: Oh how i miss those days. Last memories was seeing cheap trick at the ampitheater.
Date: 6/1/2008   Time: 6:40:44 PM
Comments: THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES............
I very much enjoyed going down memory lane, I remember visiting Legend City so many times, and such fun times they were.
Date: 5/31/2008   Time: 10:46:22 AM
Comments: Wow!!! Alot of old memories, great pictures a bit of history most will never know. Love the site keep it up and going, i will definetly come back. Born and raised in Peoria,Az. 4th generation Arizona native!!!
Date: 5/27/2008   Time: 1:36:21 PM
Comments: Hello All! Very nice JOB!!!
Date: 5/26/2008   Time: 7:58:15 AM
Comments: I reside in Cincinnati. I was sufing the internet taking a trip down memory lane if you will.
I visited big surf, then I thought I'd visit legend city. I was saddened to learn it had closed. I'm 45 so I grew up at legend city.
I have a lot of found memories, It was such a unique amusement park.
I absolutely loved bringing my pistol
and shootin' at all them dang indians!
And panning for gold, well, I thought I'd made a fortune.
Being a girl, it sure was fun being a tom-boy all summer long. It was truely a delight.
I apreciate the tribute you have left behind.
It's a lovely website. Thanks! Be well. Cyndi
Date: 5/23/2008   Time: 9:16:19 PM
Comments: Looking at your website brought tears to my eyes. I relived my childhood tonite! Thank you! It broke my heart to see this place go. Who needed Disneyland? Not us! Thank you thank you thank you!!
Melissa Cordova
Patagonia, Arizona
Date: 5/22/2008   Time: 4:25:49 PM
Comments: I was born and raised in Arizona and went to Legend City often. One night about 8 of us teens hopped over the fence into the park, of course not my idea. Well i was 13 and with a really cute boy that I liked. We went on several rides than it began to rain and we duck under a cowboy style building with a roof overhang. It was 1973 and there that i had my first kiss with this boy who later I married, had 3 wonderful children and have lived happily ever since that day! We miss those days. Thank you for this site to bring them back. Toni Clifford
Date: 5/21/2008   Time: 5:34:29 PM
Comments: Wonderful Website!
Thanks for the memories. It is so much fun to look over all the photos and I especially enjoyed the Wallace and Ladmo stuff.
I was fortunate to meet Pat McMahon at a dinner a few months ago. He was the MC for the evening. Afterwards, I saw him standing near his table and I couldn't resist going over to meet him. He must get this all the time--a guy in his forties or so, walking up to him with a Hey-it's-Gerald! look in his eyes, feeling like he's 10 again. I had no idea what I wanted to say to him. I just wanted to shake his hand and tell him what a fan I am. I really didn't want to bother him. If he was at all bothered by my presence, he didn't let on. He was warm and friendly and talked for several moments with me and my wife. He actually drove the conversation. Truly, this was a moment I will not forget. It was a great gift to meet this Arizona legend.
Date: 5/19/2008   Time: 6:34:16 PM
Comments: Thanks for keeping up the memories.
I noticed that many of the old photos have discolored and faded. I downloaded a few and found that Photoshop can do an incredible restoration.

I will keep an eye out for any memorabilia and foward it on to you.

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