In case you’re after roller coasters and theme parks in your next vacation, then it’s a wonderful thing that you’re going to be in U.S.A. for the obvious reason that there are numerous spots with so much to offer for every thrill seeker. Whatever state you’re going to visit, rest assured there is a park nearby. Here is a partial list of some of the most famous ones.
Located between Chicago and Milwaukee, Six Flag Great America consists of a water park and pleasure ride amusement park ideal for the whole family. The park features 3 areas designed for little kids, a 20 acre water park and 14 roller coasters. Furthermore, there are food, live shows as well as childcare options. You’ll have to pay $45 for each child and $65 for an adult as admission fee.
Because of the presence of roller coasters that can go 120 mph and have 80° drops, Cedar Point is known as the World’s Roller Coaster Capital. What’s more, Cedar Point has other family rides as well as thrill rides and live family entertainment and shows, not mentioning great places to eat and water rides. Ticket prices vary based on age and group number. For instance, groups of at least 15 people get discounts on food packages and other special deals.
Named after country western star Dolly Pardon, Dollywood is an award-winning park located in the Great Smokey Mountain region. Within the 150 acres of the park, there is everything and every member of the family will find something to enjoy including attractions, rides, shows and demonstrations. If you wish to stay overnight, there is a 300-room hotel luxury resort as well as cabins and a water park.
In this Orlando dream theme park, your family can have the pleasure of its kind with a choice of different six magical lands. The park has characters from Disney movies as well as plenty of rides for every member of the family regardless of their ages. This theme park also has attractions such as Tomorrow Land, Main Street as well as Adventure Land and Fantasy Land. If you’re going to stay overnight you can warm up for fireworks, night events as well as food and drinks just to mention a few. Admission is $89 for adults and $83 for children aged 3 to 9.