(WICHITA, Kan.) — More than 200 trees, 31 buildings and even a 100-foot-tall cowboy sign; it all goes up for auction Saturday at Wild West World.
An auction company will sell off everything that remains on the land at the now defunct Park City amusement park. That includes buildings like the Johnny Western Theater and even the large Wild West World neon sign along the highway.
In October items like air conditioners, heaters and electrical equipment were sold off at the closed park.
Wild West World closed shortly after opening in 2007. At the time, former owner Thomas Etheredge blamed bad weather for poor attendance; Etheredge was later convicted of defrauding investors and is now serving time for that conviction.
Saturday's auction begins at nine o'clock at the Sleep Inn and Suites at 7575 N. Hydraulic right next to the park. Learn more about the auction and what is for sale by looking at the auction listing.