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Top 10 Amusement Parks in the US
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Cedar Point
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Cedar Point, Sandusky, Ohio
Touting itself as the roller coaster capital of the world, Cedar Point’s 17 coasters will ensure you’re riding all day. Enthusiastic reader Alicia Goettemoeller describes the park as an “adrenaline junkie’s paradise,” while reader Nick Schuyler says it is “built for grown-up kids.”

1 Cedar Point Dr
Sandusky, OH 44870 US

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This old-fashioned amusement park is a must for nostalgic types as well as the budget conscious – Admittance and parking are free of charge. Reader Tracy Ginsburg Maier says “a family of 4 can eat, swim and ride all day for $100” at Knoebels.

391 Knoebels Blvd
Elysburg, PA 17824 US

Walt Disney World the Magic Kingdom
No list of amusement parks would be complete without the happiest place on earth, Disney’s the Magic Kingdom. Transport yourself back to your childhood with a trip to Space Mountain, or say hello to one of your favorite Disney characters.

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1180 Seven Seas Dr
Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830 US

Schlitterbahn Water Park
Spread across 65 acres, Schlitterbahn has held the Amusement Today title for the best water park for the past 13 years. It features an uphill water coaster ride, beaches, surfing, and more.

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400 North Liberty Ave
New Braunfels, TX 78130 US

Universal's the Island of Adventure
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Although most people associate Universal’s Islands of Adventure with the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, the park also has some roller coasters, 3-D rides and nearby restaurants and nightlife. Don’t forget to try the wizarding non-alcoholic beverage, butterbeer!

6000 Universal Blvd
Orlando, FL 32819 US

Six Flags Magic Mountain
This park kicked Cedar Point out of its top spot ranking as the amusement park with the most roller coasters. Six Flags Magic Mountain has 18 coasters, including the Green Lantern. Located near Los Angeles, the park also has plenty of Hollywood flair for those who prefer to stay on the ground.

26101 Magic Mountain Pkwy
Valencia, CA 91355 US

Kings Island is one of the most visited theme parks in the US, with more than 3 million visitors per year. The park is especially known for its family-friendly attractions, such as Snoopy Island. Tickets to the main park also include admission to the nearby water park, Boomerang Bay.

6300 Kings Island Dr
Mason, OH 45040 US

Dells Water Parks
Wisconsin Dells
Noah's Ark Waterpark
Wisconsin Dells is a water park aficionado’s dream, with dozens of indoor and outdoor water parks to splash around in. One of them, Noah’s Ark, is the largest outdoor water park in the US. Many are open year-round.

1410 Wisconsin Dells Pkwy
Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965 US

Created as a recreation area for employees of the Hershey Chocolate factory, today Hershey Park boasts plenty of chocolate paraphernalia, as well as roller coasters and a water park. Tickets include admission to the nearby ZOOAMERICA.

100 West Hersheypark Dr
Hershey, PA 17033 US

Knott's Berry Farm, Voyage to the Iron Reef, 3D, Buena Park, California
Knott’s Berry Farm
Originally owned by the Knott’s jam producers, Knott’s Berry Farm amusement park is one of the older parks in the US, Knott’s Berry Farm is a classic for those looking for thrill rides, water rides, and family fun.

8039 Beach Blvd
Buena Park, CA 90620 US