Friends of Fort Dells
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drew greenwood said:   July 22, 2013 6:27 am PST
Never got to go, born in 85. But am getting to do some work on a guard tower from there!

Jennifer Woyczik said:   June 14, 2013 6:43 pm PST
My parents took my sister and I to Fort Dells when we were kids in the early 80's. We rode the space needle, the train, the old cars, and watched the gun fight to put Black Bart in jail. (We were young and a little too afraid to help.) I still have my leather purse with the little beaded indian girl on the front and the fringe on the bottom with "Fort Dells" printed across it. Good memories!! Wish I could have taken my own children to it! (Also loved Storybook Gardens.)

Kathy RozenboomSwank said:   April 7, 2013 12:28 pm PST
Downsizing and "trying" to throw away old mementos. Came across items from Fort Dells and Storybook Gardens in the Dells from 1970 vacation. Thought I would investigate and see if both parks were still in operation. Sad to say I found out they were not. Had thought to bring my Grandchildren there. Sad, but time changes things. Had a ball on our vacation there in 1970.

Tom Simonis said:   March 17, 2013 8:16 am PST
Great memories of Fort Dells!. Was a marshall in 1972 and drove the boat and trailn the year before

Karen Byers said:   November 18, 2012 2:29 pm PST
Our family visited the Dells 2 summers in a row in the early 60's, we stayed at Chula Vista. I have fond memories of Fort Dells. I still have a picture of me on the stuffed horse. In 1894 I moved to Wisconsin and ended up living in the Dells. I worked as a nurse at the nursing home in the Dells and was honored to take care of one (if not the) original Black Bart, Mr. Buster Reinboldt. I absolutely loved hearing his stories.

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