I visited Canobie Lake Park on April 24, 2010, opening day. The photos in this gallery are dedicated to the public doman.
Some trees were blown down in a recent wind storm.
Tall Timber Splash.
I didn't see any damage to the Policy Pond Log Flume lift hill.
Paintball Alley will replace Barnyard Golf.
The renovated gift shop next to Lumberjack Ice Cream building.
Back of the renovated gift shop.
Interior of the renovated gift shop.
Lumberjack Ice Cream's front porch was renovated.
There's now a new accessible window.
The Be-Bop ice cream sundae statue is behind Lumberjack Ice Cream.
Three Sea/Land Rescue planes were missing.
A missing tree that possibly fell on Sea/Land Rescue.
One of the backstage buildings of the Village Stage was demolisshed by a tree.
The stump of the offending tree.
The Chicken Coop replaced the Pick Axe Pub.
Chicken Coop sign.
Chicken Coop menu.
Chicken Coop signboard.
Long Shot had its basketball hoops/backboards replaced.
Part of the counter was renovated, possibly to fix tree damage.
Tall Timber Splash's shoe shelves are in the shape of a shoe.
Concessions gazebo in Olde Canobie Village.
The Canobie Ramblers Gazebo was renovated, with a new base.
Unthemed trash can!
The Whac-A-Mole building's facade was renovated.
The teepee was removed, replaced with a fence.
Uh oh. Another unthemed trash can.
And, yet another unthemed trash can.