As many are eagerly awaiting the total lifting of the lockdown and making their plans to which places, as Maria Kondo says it “sparked joy” in our life, like public areas, lakes, and theme parks.

There is one happy place that will only live the memories of others that gave them joy.  

Boomers in Kearny Mesa announced Monday that it’s closing for good, said CBS8.

Boomers posted on their businesses’ Facebook page: Boomers! San Diego is permanently closed.

On their website page, the company apologized for any inconvenience and informed park visitors that season passes, play cards, and boomers bucks will be honored at all eight of their APX Operating properties, said CBS8.

The company also said a representative would contact any park-goers who pre-booked an experience prior to the COVID-19 closure, it added.

There are now only five remaining Boomers parks left in the country.

These are in Irvine, three in northern California, and the other in Boca Raton, Florida.

Meanwhile, SeaWorld San Diego, Legoland California, the U.S.S. Midway Museum and other large tourist attractions had a phone meeting with San Diego County officials

This is to seek permission to reopen by July 1.

All of the theme parks shut down mid-March in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

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