Author’s Note: Team Zuhl is not affiliated with the owners of Bowcraft or the Purchaser of the property.
With the Bowcraft property being sold (not by Team Zuhl) it appears that the amusement park will be razed. The current plan is for an apartment complex to be built on the site.
I grew up in Cranford, and in my youth, Bowcraft was a place where I spent many, many days. Riding the rides, when I was a bit older (probably 17) we would go there for the arcades and mini-golf. I have fond memories of bringing my nieces and nephews there and my own children got to enjoy Bowcraft in their younger years also.
So now, it is going to be a memory. But a memory will be kept alive as long as people keep talking and sharing about it.
Here’s where you come in. Please leave your memories and photos about Bowcraft in the comments below. I’m sure that even though we will all miss Bowcraft, sharing these memories will help keep Bowcraft alive and will brighten the faces of many young and old.
As soon as we find out any new information about the site, we will post it here or on our website: http://www.waynezuhl.com/