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Bell's Amusement Park Returns

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The rides return to Bell's Amusement Park this weekend.

Right now, it's a smaller version that what you might remember, but the goal is to build up to something much bigger.

There are four kid's rides with the plan to expand with more rides for adults.

After their lease was terminated with the Tulsa State Fair, Bell's was offered a space at a flea market on Tulsa's west side.

"He said, 'Come on out, I got a spot for you.  Let's put up some rides and have some fun' and I said, 'OK!'" said Robby Bell, the president of the amusement park.

Bell's is now open on weekends.  Robby says the profits will go straight back into improving the park.

They're using social media to spread the word.

Find them on Facebook or go to their web site for hours of operation and updates.

http://www.bellsisback.com

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Bells-is-Back/227315583990587

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