Americana or LeSourdesville, however you remember it, Monroe wants to transform the old amusement park into a public park for all

WATCH: A $10M plan is set for the former Americana Amusement Park. Take an aerial tour.

The city of Monroe has unveiled a nearly $10 million plan to redevelop Monroe Bicentennial Commons, formerly known as Americana/LeSourdsville Lake amusement park.

WHAT ARE THE PLANS? Developers want to keep look and feel of amusement park

As those plans unfold, watch the video above to take an aerial tour of the site in a unique view from our Sky7 drone.

Remnants of the park can still be recognized, and some work is already being done near the site, as Butler Tech is building a $3 million adult education campus on 36 acres.

VIDEO: MORE ABOUT THE PARK’S PLANS

Monroe to rename former Americana Amusement Park property

VIDEO: ABOUT THE PARK’S HISTORY AND PURCHASE

Butler Tech has bought the former Americana Amusement Park for its next school campus.

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