Real Life Flintstones Bedrock Town

In Valle, Arizona there’s a theme park made after a town found in the popular cartoon known as The Flintstones. This real life town features all the popular things found in the actual cartoon, including homes of both Fred and Barney, and even the infamous dinosaur slide. This is a cool place to check out and popular among tourists heading home from the Grand Canyon.

Flinstones Bedrock Town

 

Flintstones Car

Flinstones Bedrock Town

 

The Man Himself – Fred Flintstone

Flinstones Bedrock Town

 

Bedrock Petting Zoo

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Bedrock Gas Station

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Bedrock Cart Track

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Flinstones Bedrock Town

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Bedrock Grocery Store

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Flinstones Bedrock Town

 

Bedrock Barber Shop/Beauty Salon

Flinstones Bedrock Town

Flinstones Bedrock Town

 

Bedrock Fire Department

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Rubble’s House

Flinstones Bedrock Town

Flinstones Bedrock Town

 

Bedrock Dinosaur Slide

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Flintstone’s House

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Flinstones Bedrock Town

 

Bedrock School

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Flinstones Bedrock Town

 

Bedrock Doctor’s Office

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Flinstones Bedrock Town

 

Bedrock Post Office

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Bedrock General Store

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Bedrock Theatre

Flinstones Bedrock Town

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42 Responses to “Real Life Flintstones Bedrock Town”
  1. Kristi says:

    Wow. What a waste of money to build all that stuff. I can think of a few things more worthy to spend money on.

  2. Zee says:

    I’ve been there. There were two other people at the time. Everything is broken down and the place is all crap. It is always as deserted as you see in these photos.

  3. Elliott says:

    Actually looks like a very depressing and sad place, how awful…

  4. Nick says:

    wow that looks like the worst theme park ever. it looks so decrepit and old and run-down. BLA

  5. STEVE says:

    It’s a piece of the 1960′s and 1970′s tourist trap past. There was a similar place near Mount Rushmore in South Dakota, I was there in the 1970′s. It’s amazing this place in Arizona might still be around. What a run down decrepit mess. It makes me sad. On childhood vacations, my family always stopped at these sorts of places.

  6. Cody says:

    That place sure looks lively.

  7. evan says:

    piece of shit

  8. mandy says:

    that place looks so cheap, trashy, and dirty.

  9. patrick says:

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  10. jesssi says:

    I’ve been there too. It was closed in the middle of the day and we snuck in. It was pretty run down and this was in 2000. Even though it was run down, it was still cool and I think it is worth stopping in on your way to the Grand Canyon. It is someone’s work of art and tribute to the Flintstones. It’s also a reminder of happier times when people could afford to take road trips.

  11. Sally says:

    Oh my, that looks a bit battered, but a real piece of roadway history. Have to say that I’d love to visit it.

  12. Poker_Thom says:

    I`ve always wanted to BONE Betty.

  13. Sweetie says:

    that looks like my dream theme park. The OPPOSITE of disneyland perfection – and NO gift shop!! wonderful.

  14. Dawn says:

    I loved this place as a child. I went there in 1977 and just thought about it because my daughter had a project to do. I am just happy to see that one of my favorite childhood memories is still a place.

  15. Tara says:

    It is easy to bash this place because of all the great amusement parks that we have in the 21st century. But when I was young, around 1974, my parents drove out of their way to take me this park because I loved the flintstones. I never forgot going to this park, imagine it in the eyes of a 3-5 year old child. I was blown away and again flintstones were on every Sat. morning. This place wasn’t made for adults who are used to going to hi tech parks, it was created a long time ago for children who loved the flintstones. I recently saw a couple of slides my parents had from my childhood and I brought back memories of the slides taken at this park.

  16. paul says:

    i went here when i was a youngster. we were the only people there and they had a buffalo that looked like it was suicidal. the giant snake that you climb through is the best, no photos of it though.

  17. Angela says:

    I loved the place it is run down but i love the Flinstones so it was really cool to look at.

  18. J says:

    This place is awesome….I went their as a child and still have memories of it. We were the only people there and we had a run of the place….very cool for kids!

  19. crickett says:

    I remember going as a child. It was great as a child havent heard about in 30 yrs and came across some old pics and remembered how I thought it was the greatest thing to go to a place that I loved to watch on T.V. .

  20. Treasa says:

    Who owns this place for real? I think it is awesome!

  21. Claudia says:

    Reading these reviews has provided my comedy for the night!

  22. Bedrocks says:

    Yabba Dabba Don’t.

  23. Ed says:

    All I know I have to go!!!!! And I will soon, can’t believe this place exist. My daughter is 11 yr old and she can’t wait to go visit this awsome place.

  24. elizabeth says:

    this looks awesome, i cant wait to go. and the fact that me and whoever i go with will probably have the run of the place sounds perfect

  25. kayona says:

    even thou it looks ran downed i still would like to go to see for myself i would love to take my children so i think we just might have to take a road trip

  26. kelsey says:

    wow you guys are such critics.some places are alot better to be hardly empty than completely full.i havnt been there yet but i think it sounds like a pretty cool place.and to have it allll to me and who ever else is gna b there i think that would be freakn awesome cause i wuldt have to worry bout people like you getting in the way…

  27. Rembrandt says:

    Sweetie from 2008 is wrong because the place did have a gift shop .THey sold postcards and candy cactus and crap like that . The village was lure for the kids and the adults would shop. The place was cheesey but I loved when i was young. This was back in the 80s

  28. Whitley says:

    Everyone keeps bashing this place but I thought it looked super cool. I was watching the show Kendra and seen that her and Hank went. I thought it was the cutest little place so I came on here to see what it was all about, and I cant believe the trash that people are talking about it. I guess its cuz everyone is so used to rides and all the technology, we forget about the stuff like this and just talk about how boring it is!

  29. BILL MAULDING says:

    HOW CAN I GET TO BEDROCK TOWN

  30. Bass says:

    We are taking our 3 children in June to the Grand Canyon so we are, for sure, going to stop by and see this place. Society in general loves to complain. Of course the place is a little run down, it has been operating since the 60′s or 70′s. Look at it from the viewpoint of a child. This place is going to be awesome for my kids to run through. Relax and don’t get so worked up.

  31. Gail says:

    I can’t wait to go. I loved the Flintstones and am a child at heart. I never liked the rides at most of the amusement parks so this will be perfect. I wished that I had known about it when my children were little. They would have loved it. I hope that there is still a gift shop. I really want to take home a suvenior.

  32. K says:

    This place is really great to visit. I was in Arizona on vacation in 2003 and had to stop when I saw the bedrock sign. It was just me and my best friend and we had alot of fun. We both loved the flintstones as kids. We had only planned on being there for a short visit but got caught up in the moment of just being kids again and we were there for hours. We had the park all to ourselves and it was awesome. We went thru all the buildings, took the train ride thru the volcano, and went down the Dino slide. We even ordered brontosaurus burgers and ate in the bedrock theater watching the flintstones. I would love the chance to go back and maybe take my nieces this time. Bottom line is it is a great place to stop and check if for nothing else than childhood memories of better times and better days.

  33. Kelly says:

    It’s much more magical when you’re little (as is everything). I wish they would fix it up and not let it run down into shit. Very disappointing.

  34. ketriba says:

    i went here as a child i thought it was cool so i brought my children in 1994 havent been there since but wish i could go back it is a cute place nothing spectacular but i love flintstones so yah its cool and when i went they had a restaraunt and gift shop also

  35. DangerWilRobinson says:

    I’ve been there a few times over the years having grown up in AZ. Wow, you people are awful just bagging on it. I thought it was kind of a blast to go. Like a big ole blast from the past. It’s like being emmersed back in the 60′s or something. I have some GREAT pictures of my siblings and I in the snake’s mouth from like 1982. Not every theme park needs death defying rides and cost $50 or more to get in. How about you visit the place before just ripping it apart.

  36. Tina says:

    I love that place as a child! Sad to hear its so run down. Its a part of history and should be restored. I still would like to take my kids there for a visit.

  37. Romance says:

    I wanna eat some mushrooms and go!

  38. Editor says:

    That could make things interesting…

  39. Marsha says:

    When I was a child we happened to run into this town and no one believed me until the pictures were printed – I absolutely loved it and plan on taking my kids this summer

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