Rocky Glen opened in 1885 and ran until 1987. A year later it was auctioned off, but not much was done with it. The park lay abandoned for a few years when a fire broke out in 1994, destroying much of the rollercoaster. The coaster was completely demolished not long afterward.
Today, little is left to indicate this once was a park. The sign still stands. The parking lots are torn up and overgrown. Walkways, foundations, and remants of rides can be found here and there.
There are talks of either reviving the amusement park or turning the property into a community park.