The CherryBerry frozen yogurt location in Nelson Park will close permanently on Oct. 7, the business announced on its Facebook page.

The news follows an announcement last week that the adjacent Ted's Taters restaurant would close Sept. 30. Both opened in 2014 as part of Overlook Adventure Park, which includes a miniature golf course, ropes course and batting cages. A new water park is slated to open next year. 

Kendall Peterson, the owner of both businesses, told the Herald & Review on Sept. 26 that he did not plan to close the CherryBerry restaurant "at this time." He said at the time he and his family have experienced health concerns that will prevent them from continuing to operate the restaurant, which he owns with his wife Linda.

In an email Tuesday night, Peterson cited the same health concerns for himself and his family that caused them to close Ted's Taters as the reason CherryBerry would be closing as well.

He said CherryBerry will be open a week longer to accommodate previously scheduled parties.

The CherryBerry restaurant at 130 S. Oakland St. will remain open, the business said. 

Until Oct. 7, CherryBerry in Nelson Park will be open 3 to 8 p.m. on weekdays and noon to 8 p.m. Saturday. 

This story will be updated. 

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