Well, I realized I don't actually go to theme parks very often. Of course, there might be some monetary reasons, but I've decided for my incredibly belated New Year's resolution to go to more parks. So please help me! My only requirement is that it's in America, because I can't afford that high of airplane fare.
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Do you want heavily themed parks with dark rides? Do you want extreme coasters? Do you want a more relaxing park? Do you like shows? Do you like animal experiences? Do you like slammin' perogies? Are you traveling with kids?
I feel like we need more information to really help you out. There are tons of parks out there and they're all very different and they appeal to different tastes.
Also, realize to save on your ticket costs, you can get season passes that work at multiple parks in the same chain. If you're planning on visiting a lot of parks, you might decide to visit a lot by the same company, making the pass worth it.
bert425 wrote:Knoebel's Busch Gardens Williamsburg Cedar Point
are must do's - as are these parks still on my bucket list:
Dollywood King's Island (for the Beast) Six Flags Magic Mountain
and very good, and well worth the trip:
Busch Gardens Tampa Disney Parks (of course) Six Flags Fiesta Texas Six Flags Over Texas Six Flags Over Georgia King's Dominion Carrowinds
I second this list, but I must add Kentucky Kingdom and Holiday World. And as for my views on CEDAR POINT I consider this park the Mecca of amusement parks. You haven't lived unless you spent at least a day of your riding life inside "American's Roller Coast". Can I get a "Amen" for that?
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