Have you ever wanted to own your own real-world town inspired by a classic cartoon but decided that the Jetsons is just too futuristic for you? Well it just so happens that you are in luck, because Arizona’s Flintstones-themed “Bedrock City” is now on the market.
The 30-acre property—complete with theme park, campground, gift shop, convenience store and restaurant—is being listed for just $2 million, ABC reports.
The site’s original owners negotiated a licensing deal with Hanna-Barbera, the studio responsible for the Flintstones, when it opened in the early 1970s, but any future owners would need to hatch a deal of their own to keep the park in its current condition. Its attractions include an enormous green brontosaurus slide and a faux volcano (appropriately dubbed Mt. St. Wilma).
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