Organizers with Cumberland Valley Shows worked through Monday night to tear down its operation following the Rotary Club of Brazil's annual 4th of July Celebration.
Brazil City Parks Superintendent Bill Houck told The Brazil Times he expects the final remnants of the carnival will be out of the city by Wednesday.
But then the real work begins.
Houck said city parks associates will start the task of re-seeding and re-strawing the park as soon as possible.
"It may take a couple of weeks," Houck said. "The main thing is filling in the ruts and grading it down."
Houck said the Rotary Club of Brazil had a group coming to Forest Park each morning picking up trash, which he added helped with the cleanup process.
Houck, who has been the City Parks Superintendent for seven years, said every year prior to the festival, he and a member of the Rotary Club conduct a pre- and post-inspection of the park. He said he anticipated the post-inspection would take place Wednesday.
"This is not much different from other years," Houck said.
He added the park would be "back to normal" by the Popcorn Festival of Clay County, scheduled for Sept. 30-Oct. 2.
"If we have enough rain," Houck said.