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Amusement Parks from A-Z! Table of Contents A - Adventure Park…. P.2 B - Blackbeard’s cave….P.3 C - Coney Island….P.4 D - Disneyworld….P.5 E - Enchanted Forest….P.6 F - Fantasy Island….P.7 G - Gillian’s Wonderland Pier….P.8 H - Hershey Park….P.9 I - Indiana Beach….P.10 J - Jolly Roger Amusement Park….P.11 K - Knobels….P.12 L - Legoland Florida….P.13 M - Mt. Olympus Water & Theme Park….P.14 N - Nickelodeon Universe….P.15 O - Old Town….P.16 P - Pacific Park….P.17 Q - Quassy Amusement Park….P.18 R - Riverfront Park….P.19 S - Six Flags….P.20 T - Tuscora Park….P.21 U - Universal Studios Florida….P.22 V - Valleyfair….P.23 W - Waldameer Park….P.24 X - Xtream Ride….P.25 Y - Yellowstone Bear World….P.26 Z - Zuma Fun Center….P.27 Summary….P.28


A is for Adventure City!

Adventure City, Anahiem, California. California Beaches

Adventure City is fun for the entire family with its eleven rides; two roller coasters for the kids, and of course, one roller coaster that attracts the adults! Parents are allowed to let their children run freely because of how small the park is!


B is for Blackbeard’s Cave!

Blackbeard’s Cave, Bayville, New Jersey-Pinterest

The park’s 20-miniature golf course, paintball, arcade, go-karts, bumper boats, and their famous roller coaster, the Dragon!


C is for Coney Island!

Coney Island, Brooklyn, New York- New York Times

Coney Island is one of the most popular amusement parks in New York! Famous rides include Thunderbolt, Cyclone, Spook-A-Rama, Switchback Railway, and Loop the Loop.


D is for Disneyworld!

Walt Disneyworld, Orlando, Florida-Walt Disneyworld.com

Disney World is one of the most popular amusement parks in the USA; and many, many duplicates around the world. This is a place where dreams come true for many kids and adults with mesmerizing attractions and rides!


E is for Enchanted Forest!

Enchanted Forest, Turner, Oregon-Pintrest

Exciting times await at Enchanted Forest, Turner, Oregon! All ages are welcome to the English Village, Western Town, and Storybook Lane parts of the amusement park, and the rides are just as fun!


F is for Fantasy Island!

Fantasy Island, Beach Haven, New Jersey-Pinterest

With a Victorian theme, the amusement park is family friendly including its live entertainment, arcade, kiddie rides, and edible treats. Decorations include oak benches, Z-brick hallways, ornate lamp posts, and vintage chandeliers to reflect on the lives of the past.


G is for Gillian’s Wonderland Pier!

Gillian’s Wonderland Pier, Ocean City, New Jersey-Pinterest

Customers will never get bored once they know what this attraction has to offer! Two-dozen rides, that include a roller coaster, log flume, giant wheel, a carousel, and ten indoor kiddie rides!


H is for Hershey Park!

Hershey Park, Hershey, Pennsylvania-Wikipedia

One of the most famous attractions in the state of Pennsylvania is Hershey Park! It’s popular for its historical background and exciting rides the park holds.


I is for Indiana Beach!

Indiana Beach, Monticello, Indiana-Yipit

Indiana Beach is an amusement park and water park all in one park! This attraction includes over thirty rides, which are roller coasters, arcade games, paddle wheel boat, and miniature golf!


J is for Jolly Roger Amusement Park!

Jolly Roger Amusement Park, Ocean City, Maryland- Image by YouTube

This amusement park is Ocean City Maryland’s only completely family friendly park! Rides include Wildcat and Wacky Worm roller coasters, several go-kart tracks, mini golf, antique train, and a log flume; just to name off some of them.


K is for Knoebels!

Knoebels, Elysburg, Pennsylvania-Gina Alyse

Tucked away in the wood of Pennsylvania, there’s Knobels! With their most famous ‘Phoenix’ roller coaster and their newest trackless roller coaster ‘Flying Turns’.


L is for Legoland!

Legoland, Winter Haven, Florida-LEGOLAND.com

This colorful attraction is absolutely perfect for adults and children alike! Florida’s Legoland is the largest park out of the handful of other Legolands around the world!


M is for Mt. Olympus Water & Theme Park!

Mt. Olympus Water & Theme Park, Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin- Wisconsin Dells Fun!

This Park holds an indoor and outdoor theme and water park attraction! The amusement park is commonly known for its world’s largest go-kart complex!


N is for Nickelodeon Universe!

Nickelodeon Universe, Bloomington Minnesota-Explore Minnesota

A Nickelodeon-themed amusement park is a dream resort for ages young and old! Looking for thrilling rides? Search for the five roller coasters including SpongeBob SquarePants Rock Bottom Plunge and Avatar Airbender!


O is for Old Town!

Old Town, Kissimmee, Florida-Experience Kissimmee Florida!

Old Town is family friendly with exactly 75 specialty shops, 8 restaurants, and 18 thrilling rides! One of their most famous rides is the Windstorm roller coaster.


P is for Pacific Park!

Pacific Park, Santa Monica, California-Southern California

This amusement park is the only park that is located near an oceanfront pier! Pacific Park holds the world’s very first solar-powered Ferris Wheel and twelve roller coasters fit for the entire family!


Q is for Quassy Amusement Park!

Quassy Amusement Park, Middlebury, Connecticut

The park is a waterpark and a theme park with exciting rides in both of the parks. The theme park holds the popular Wooden Warrior while the waterpark has the Big Flush Water Coaster.


R is for Riverfront Park!

Riverfront Park, Spookane, Washington-Alamy

This park is more historic than anything when it’s grand opening in 1909! Attractions include ice skating rink, IMAX Theater, and many, many more!


S is for Six Flags!

Six Flags Upper Marlboro, Maryland-Wikipedia

Six Flags is an amusement park franchise that’s all around the USA. Famous rides include Ragin Cajun, Apocalypse, Batwing, and many more thrill rides!


T is for Tuscora Park!

Tuscora Park, New Philadelphia, Ohio-WetCanvas

One of the most popular rides at this amusement park is the Ferris Wheel that has been operating properly since the 1940’s! More rides include batting cages, mini golf, kiddie roller coasters, train rides, and a carousel.


U is for Universal Studios!

Universal Studios, Orlando, Florida-Universal Studios Orlando

This grand Movie Theme Park is home to the highest dollar attractions out there! With thrilling ride such as The Hulk, Revenge of the Mummy, Hollywood Riptide Rockit, Harry Potter and the Escape from Gringotts, and so many others!


V is for Valleyfair!

Valleyfair, Shakopee, Minnesota-Valleyfair.com

Cosmic Coaster, Renegade, Steel Venom, and Wild Thing are all exciting roller coasters in Valleyfair, Minnesota! The attraction has a theme park and a waterpark section for all sorts of fun rides all around the park!


W is for Waldameer Park!

Waldameer Park, Erie, Pennsylvania-TripAdvisor

This attraction features a theme park as well as a waterpark with the same amount of exciting rides. Those rides include Ravine Flyer II, Ravine Flyer 3, Steel Dragon, and Comet!


X is for Xtream Ride!

Xtream Ride-YouTube

You may have seen this ride at many local fairs because this is almost a must-have ride. This thrilling ride can be found in many amusement parks such as Knoebels.


Y is for Yellowstone Bear World!

Yellowstone Bear World, Rexburg, Idaho-Visit Salt Lake

This for sure is one of the odder “amusement� parks. The attraction holds a baby bear petting zoo for the patrons and tour buses for viewing the larger and older bears!


Z is for Zuma Fun Center!

Zuma Fun Center, Houston, Texas-YouTube

With batting cages, miniature golf, go-karts, and an arcade, this attraction is completely safe for the whole family! There is only one steel roller coaster in the entire park, and that is Minor Mike!


Summary This book is all about different amusement parks that are scattered all around the United States of America. Each park starts with one letter of the alphabet and then goes down the list of letters and no two parks start with the same letter! Some of the parks are Enchanted Forest, Six Flags, Universal Studios, Knoebels, and many, many more! There are some very intense and odd carnivals on the list that you might want to read more about and I would encourage you to research more about the amusement parks that you find would interesting!

Olivia harrison unit 2 lesson 7 american places (1)  

This book is all about different amusement parks that are scattered all around the United States of America. Each park starts with one lette...

Olivia harrison unit 2 lesson 7 american places (1)  

This book is all about different amusement parks that are scattered all around the United States of America. Each park starts with one lette...

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