Buy this Flintstones-themed campground and theme park for $2 million

Just 30 miles south of the Grand Canyon there's an even grander wonder of the world: Bedrock City. Established in 1972, this Flintstones-themed compound occupies 30 acres and has a gift shop, restaurant, RV park, and convenience store. The current owner is ready to retire and would like to sell the business for $2 million. There's just one snag: "The license agreement with Hanna-Barbera, the studio behind the campy 1960s cartoon, The Flintstones, is not a part of the sale and would need to be renegotiated."

"Thirty acres offers plenty of room to grow," the brochure states. "This unique property has unlimited potential."

Besides a green brontosaurus with a tail people can slide down, the property includes "a 3,800-square-foot residential housing that offers two separate living areas, two kitchens, four bedrooms complete with vanity sinks, and two-and-a-half baths."

According to the brochure, "This would provide excellent employee housing."