This place is on private property. Listing for informational purposes only. Please do not visit without express permission from the land owner. Bell's Amusement Park was an amusement park located in Tulsa's Expo Square, part of the Tulsa County Fairground in Oklahoma. It operated for 55 years before closing in 2006. The park was especially known for its large wooden roller coaster, called Zingo, designed by John C. Allen and built in 1966–68. UPDATE: Bells is now open to the public at the Swick's Flea Market! Open rides only cost $1!
drove right by there, nothing was going on there. Interesting. Wasn't our favorite place, what with gang-bangers shooting in the hood around there.
It's being rebuilt! Now it's just a few tiny rides but it's on it's way!
Back when I was a kid my mom used to take me to this theme park. It was very lively during the Tulsa State Fair, too! Now it’s replaced with the Expo Center. 😢
Unfortunately, this has been closed for several years. The area is the Tulsa State Fairgrounds. Some of the equipment from parts of the old rides are on display and at the flea market in west Tulsa.
Bells is closed. It was fun to go there but the fairground was updated and it was taken out. Nothing left but the cable ride and memories.
The old Bells is now a parking lot... The new location is just kiddie rides at the flea market, but it looks like a lot of fun for toddlers. :) I miss the old Bells, lots of good memories there.
You need to put in the address with all the other facts...like being rebuilt and everyone behind the Bell family!
Bell's is Back
5802 West 51st Street
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