David Humphrey Scott, Euclid Beach Park enthusiast, founded Euclid Beach Park Nuts in mid-1989, after the book, "Euclid Beach Park is Closed for the Season", showed that there was strong interest in Euclid Beach Park. After giving presentations in and around Cleveland, David started having monthly meetings at house to share memories and and learn more about the park. As interest increased, he started a fan club, and which grew to include over 1000 "Nuts". David's daughter and daughter-in-law suggested publishing a newsletter to keep members informed of club activities and updates; the newsletter continues to be published on a quarterly basis.
EBPN continues to hold its memorabilia shows during the last weekend of September, which coincides with the park's closing, at Euclid Square Mall; every year, the memorabilia show continues to grow. In addition, EBPN has held memorabilia shows at other venues, including at Columbia Station at Trolleyville U.S.A., a museum of old restored, operating trolley cars.