The San Diego County Fair: June 15 - July 7, 2002
The photos on these pages are courtesy of Ryan Snooks.
The Mega Drop, owned by Talley Amusements, was one of the most popular attractions at the fair. Fabbri built this exciting ride and it is one of a handful that is traveling the country.
This Majestic Scooter is from B&B Amusements As the logo on the doghouse says, "We Make Memories."
The Zierer Wave Swinger, owned by Davis Enterprises, has a great paint job and is one of the more unique-looking swing rides in the country.
The Dartron Cliff Hanger (Davis Enterprises), Chance Zipper & Sellner Tilt-a-Whirl (both from Ray Cammack Shows) were all popular family rides that lined the midway. The Cliff Hanger ran full for most of the fair.
B&B Amusements' Chance Alpine Bobs was a huge hit with the tween and teen set. It doesn't matter that the Flying Bobs-style ride has been around since the 1960s, it still draws a crowd when the music is thumping.
The Tivoli ReMix, owned by Wood Entertainment, is one of two in the country Over 36-passengers are spun like clothes in a dryer.