Bell Gardens To Open Sunday
North County Times, April 20th, 1967
A new garden park, Bell Gardens is set ot open to the public for the first time this Sunday and the turn out is expected to be quite large. The gardens will feature five attractions, and beautiful scenery to admire. The park manager, Alexander Knight, has declined an interview at this time, say only this: "I have worked hard to make this park become a reality over the past several years, and I think people need to come see for themselves, and not just let me describe it for them". The park, located in Rancho Santa Fe, is expected to become a hit with locals, and tourists who come to San Diego for parks like Sea World and Belmont Park. North County Times will have a full report on opening day, as Mr. Knight has invited us to attend the opening. The park will cost five dollars to enter, and will include free rides on the Bell Gardens Express, the parks train. The other four unknown rides are expected to cost $0.50 each.
Hello, I am Alexander Knight, and I would like to welcome you to Bell Gardens. Oh! I see you saw this article in the paper! Well, thank you for checkng out the park! You are one of our first guests, why don't I show you around? Are you a thrill seeker? You are! Oh how wonderful, you will love our park's midway! Anyway, I'm getting ahead of myself, why don't we get started on our tour?