OCEAN CITY — An iconic amusement park reopened Saturday almost two months after damage from a fire later ruled accidental.

Brian Hartley, vice president of Playland's Castaway Cove in Ocean City, confirmed Saturday that the park reopened as scheduled at noon.

On Sunday, the rainy weather led to rides being closed, according to the amusement park's Facebook page. Ticket sales were still happening online and until 5 p.m. on the boardwalk.

A side entrance is being used while a temporary deck is built in place of the structure at the entrance that caught fire.

The Jan. 30 blaze broke out on a Saturday morning, sending smoke billowing across the skyline, and did extensive damage to a building housing the park's arcade, offices, and two fast-food restaurants.

Police said the building was empty at the time and no fire-related injuries were reported.

The city said in a press release last month that an investigation by multiple agencies concluded that the fire was accidental and stemmed from an undetermined electrical source near the front of the building.

Officials vowed to rebuild and reopen "sooner rather than later." Hartley said earlier in the week that the plan was to have 22 out of 32 rides operational, but he noted that the park was operating at 50 percent capacity due to COVID-19 restrictions.

"Judging just by the amount of emails and phone calls, people are ready to get outside," he said.

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