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American Amusement Parks By: Tanaira Hunt

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A ​is for Adventureland

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Adventureland has been Long Island's main amusement park since 1962.  


B ​is for Baja Amusements

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Baja Amusements is known for having the fastest go karts in the area.


C ​is for Castle Park

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Castle Park offers a variety of amusement rides and attractions on twenty-five acres of award-winning landscaped grounds.


D ​is for Disneyland Park

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Disneyland Park is known as the "Happiest Place on Earth" and since its debut has set the standard for which all other theme parks are judged.


E ​is for Enchanted Forest

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The park has nine amusement park rides, a video arcade with 60 games, 18 holes of miniature golf and the recently added inflatable slide park.


F ​is for Funland

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Funland offers twelve amusement rides, including a train, Ferris wheel, kiddie coaster, tilt-a-whirl thrill ride and more.


G ​is for Grady’s Family Fun Park

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One of the most popular attractions is the bumper cars, and each one is equipped with a laser light.


H ​is for Hershey Park

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Hersheypark​ has been rated the #1 Amusement Park in the Northeast by FamilyFun magazine.


I ​is for IT’Z Willowbrook

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IT’Z Willowbrook​ is home to many fun attractions, such as bowling lanes, laser tag, bumper carts and a full arcade.


J ​is for Jolly Roger Amusement Park

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The property consists of three separate attractions – Jolly Roger Amusement Park, Speedworld go-karts and Splash Mountain water park.


K ​is for Kemah Boardwalk Amusements

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In total there are 13 amusement rides on the Boardwalk, including a Ferris wheel, Double-Decker Carousel and high-energy thrill rides like the Wipeout and Inverter.


L ​is for Lakemont Park

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As the 8th oldest amusement park in the United States, the park began in 1894 as a trolley park.


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​is for Michigan’s Adventure

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Michigan's Adventure boasts seven roller coasters to excite thrill seekers of all ages.


N ​is for Nickelodeon Universe

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Nickelodeon Universe offers more than 30 rides and attractions for all ages and excitement levels.


O ​is for Oasis Lanes

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Besides, the game zone Oasis Lanes has 40 lanes of extreme bowling, billiards, darts, and shuffleboard.


P ​is for Pacific Park

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Pacific Park​ is the West Coast's only family amusement park located on an oceanfront Pier.


Q ​is for Quassy Amusement Park

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Founded in 1908, this small amusement park is a hidden gem and offers families a safe, affordable good time.


R ​is for Riverfront Park

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Attractions at Riverfront Park include a historic Looff Carousel, IMAX Theatre, ice skating rink, scenic skyride over Spokane Falls.


S ​is for ​Sylvan Beach Amusement Park

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This amusement park has 25 attractions and 1 roller coasters.


T ​is for Trimper’s Rides

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Trimper's Rides offers both and indoor and outdoor ride park, plus games and food.


U ​is for ​Uncle Bernie’s Amusement Park

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This amusement park has 2 roller coasters.


V ​is for ​Victorian Gardens at Wollman Rink

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This amusement park has wonderful attractions with one roller coaster and it was opened in 2003.


W ​is for Waldameer Park

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The park has a reputation for offering affordable family fun since park admission.


X ​is for ​X-Flight Six Flags Great America

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X-Flight rises twelve stories, reaches a speed of up to 55 miles-per-hour and features five thrilling inversions.


Y ​is for York’s Wild Kingdom

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York's Wild Kingdom is a combination zoo and amusement park located in York Beach, Maine that is visited by more than 200,000 people annually.


​Z ​is for ZDT’s Amusement Park

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ZDT's Amusement Park is a family friendly amusement park in Seguin, Texas.


The United States is home to many wonderful amusement parks. My primer is  mostly about the different American  amusement parks, that all start with a letter  of the alphabet. I chose to do amusement  parks for my theme because they are one of  my favorite places to go. Also I thought it  would be really fun to learn a lot about some  of them. There are many wonderful fun facts  about some amusement parks that are in my  primer. A crazy fun fact is that, there are over  400 amusement parks and attraction all  across the United States!        

American Amusement Parks  

The United States is home to many wonderful amusement parks. My primer is mostly about the different American amusement parks, that all star...

American Amusement Parks  

The United States is home to many wonderful amusement parks. My primer is mostly about the different American amusement parks, that all star...

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