Of course, my first creepy location is located in Japan!
Takakanonuma Greenland Park in Japan first opened in Hobara in 1973 but closed without warning just a few years later. The official claim for the shut down is repairs and improvements, but locals claim the park had to shut down after a large number of accidental deaths on their rides.
Oh yes, that looks completely safe.
The reason the two versions circulate is because information on the park is virtually impossible to find. The only other information that can be discovered is that the park opened again in 1986 and stayed open for a good 13 years, at which point it closed down permanently.
Now it simply sits there, rusting in the middle of no where and being slowly hidden away by fog and trees. I say middle of no where because I cannot give an exact location. The park can no longer be found on a map. Anywhere. People of the area just pretend it's not there.
If you're still willing to try and locate this place, bear this in mind. To get there, you take Highway 4 north for about an hour, then take a left before the train station in Hobara. Also, you take Highway 4 from Fukushima, whose nuclear power plant had a meltdown after the powerful tsunami that hit Japan, and radiation swept over the park as a result.
Rust, creepy trees, fog, and radiation. Yeah, I think I'll go to Disneyland, thanks.