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A-Z Theme Parks in America

​ https://mrprintables.com/printable-map-of-the-united-states.html

​By: Ayla Davis


​ ​ ​A​ i​ s for​ Adventure Park

​ https://www.adventurepark.com.au/

Adventure Park has some obstacle courses in it.     


​B​ is for ​Busch Gardens

https://www.thepennyhoarder.com/life/busch-gardens-coupons-savings/

The tallest drop is 335 ft on the Falcon’s Fury.                 


​C​ is for ​Cedar Point

https://u.osu.edu/portage4h/tag/cedar-point/

Cedar Point is the only place that has 18 roller coasters.                 


​ D​ ​is for​ ​DelGrosso's

​https://www.tripadvisor.com/LocationPhotoDirectLink-g53828-d613870-i64319263-DelGrosso_s_Amusement_Park-Tipton_Pennsylvania.html

The ​ ​stratosphere is 886 ft tall it is the 3rd highest amusement ride.                   


​E​ i​ s for Epcot

https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/destinations/epcot/

Epcot has different worlds to visit.


​ ​F​ ​is for Fun World

http://www.grand-indonesia.com/shopping-directory/new-york-new-york-by-funworld/?location=funworld

             

Fun World is in New Hampshire.


G​ is for Go Bananas

​ https://www.virginia.org/listings/Shopping/GoBananasToyStore/

  To go to Go Bananas you have to be 12 months  or 12 years old.             


​H​ is for Hersheypark

http://thecentralhotelharrisburg.com/attractions/local-attractions/

HersheyPark has rides for all kids but you have  to be a certain size to ride some of them.               


​I​ is for IT’Z

​https://www.abqjournal.com/752474/itz-calls-it-quits-in-a

             

IT’Z is in Houston, Texas


​ ​J​ ​is for the Jolly Roger  

​ https://jollyrogerpark.com/

The Jolly Roger has roller coasters and a water park in it.                   


​ ​K​ is for Knoebels

​https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Knoebels_Amusement_Resort

  The Phoenix was the first wooden roller coaster  at Knoebels.               


​L​ is for Lagoon

​http://www.waymarking.com/gallery/image.aspx?f=1&guid=9a9f4e84-4f7f-43fd-b7a0-39ae278feac0

In 1953 a fire destroyed the front of a roller  coaster.             


​M​ ​is for Magic Forest

                 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F8QM_RmHqJ8

Magic Forest has 19 kiddie rides in it.


​N​ is for ​Nickelodeon Universe

​https://www.minneapolisnorthwest.com/directory/nickelodeon-universe/

Most of the rides there are named after Nickelodeon shows are people.               


​ O​ ​is for Oaks Park

https://www.hereforthebeer.com/listing/oaks-park-in-portland-oregon/

Oaks Park opened in 1905.


​ P​ is for Playland

https://www.tripadvisor.com/LocationPhotoDirectLink-g40792-d2256951-i97201646-Palace_Playland-Old_Orchard_Beach_Maine.html

There is a beach on the outside of Playland and a pool on the inside.                 


​Q​ ​is for ​Quassy

http://www.behindthethrills.com/2013/03/quassy-amusement-park-hosting-t hird-annual-wooden-warrior-day/

Quassy only has one wooden roller coaster in it.                 


​R​ is for​ Riverfront

​http://www.spokesman.com/blogs/down-earth/2014/mar/26/riverfront-park-master-plan-discussion/

                 

Riverfront has 100 acres of land and water.


​S​ is for ​Six Flags America

https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Roar_(Six_Flags_America).jpg

Six Flags gets its name from the six different nations, Texas, Spain, France, Mexico, the, and  the United States.               


​T​ is for ​Trimpers Ride

https://mdcoastdispatch.com/2016/07/19/trimpers-rides-confirmed-as-countrys-oldest-family-owned-amusement-park-likely-even-the-worlds/

Trimpers Ride expands three blocks downtown in Ocean City.                 


​U​ ​is for ​Universal Studios Hollywood

https://www.discoverlosangeles.com/blog/top-10-must-sees-universal-studios-hollywood

In Universal Studios all of the rides or features is named after a movie or show.                     


​ V ​ ​ ​is for​ Valleyfair

http://www.mnsdce.org/valleyfair

There is 54 things to do in Valleyfair.  Including roller coasters, water rides, and  sports.                       


​W​ is for ​Walt Disney Studio Parks.

​http://www.magicbreaks.co.uk/disney-parks/walt-disney-studios-park/

Walt Disney Studio Parks was named after  Walt Disney, who created MIckey Mouse, and a  lot more.                     


​X​ is for​ X2

http://www.thecoasterguy.com/wordpress/wp-content/gallery/x2/sfmm_x203.jpg

X2 is a rollercoaster but is in Six Flags Magic  Mountain.                   


​Y​ ​is for​ Yellowstone Bear World

​http://amusementparkstuff.blogspot.com/2015/08/day-7-happiest-place-on-earth-3.html

In Yellowstone Bear World the theme park is mostly based off of bears.                   


​Z​ is for ​Zonker’s  

https://www.facebook.com/Zonkers-Family-Entertainment-Center-173415401371/

                   

Zonker’s is a indoor theme park.  


In summary this A-Z theme park book is to help kids learn about the alphabet. Also that there is so many theme parks in America that we don’t know about, but this can help your kids learn about different ones and what is in the theme parks.

A Z Theme Parks in America  

In summary this A-Z theme park book is to help kids learn about the alphabet. Also that there is so many theme parks in America that we don’...

A Z Theme Parks in America  

In summary this A-Z theme park book is to help kids learn about the alphabet. Also that there is so many theme parks in America that we don’...

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