Castle Fun Park, known for arcade games and mini golf courses, has temporarily closed due to flooding.
A photo from the Abbotsford Police Department shows portions of the park essentially submerged in water, with heavy flooding in the surrounding areas near Whatcom Road and Highway 1.
The amusement park announced they would be closed on November 15 via their Facebook page, but have not posted an update since.
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Many people have taken to social media to express their disbelief with the situation around the park, hoping that they are able to remain open.
Pictures from an aerial view show devastating flooding.
The Castle Fun Park in Abbotsford is circled. Devastating!!! pic.twitter.com/t7LpdaC6pt
— Virginia Larstone (@VLarstone) November 16, 2021
On Monday, a state of emergency was declared for Abbotsford due to widespread flooding, which prompted evacuation orders and alerts for parts of the city.
Daily Hive has reached out to Castle Fun Park for more information on the extent of the damage.