Firefighters had a tough time battling a fire at Joyland Friday. The fire started in a building on the property around six o'clock.
The building was fully engulfed in flames. Firefighters struggled to get it under control because there weren't fire hydrants nearby. They finally got in out after eight o'clock.
"We don't have any hydrants near so we had to pull hoses and water supply lays," said Tammy Snow, deputy fire chief.
Neighbors from the area, gathered around, to watch the fire burn.
There are no reported injuries at this time and the fire remains under investigation.
Joyland has a history of fires and vandalism. In August of 2012, a fire there caused $15,000 in damage and is was ruled arson.
A March 2011 fire was also intentionally set. Neighbors said the flames came dangerously close their backyard.
And in April of 2009 arson destroyed an old opera house at the park.
Joyland closed in 2004 after 55 years in business. and has been vandalized several times since then. Efforts to reopen it hasn't worked out.