We took this trip to the park a few years ago, so the pictures are also a few years old.
Delgrosso's amusement park is located about an hour north of kennywood in west mifflin PA. It is not the worlds biggest and best park, but it was a lot of fun in the short amount of time we spent there. We actually made a pit stop to the park on the way home from Knobles park, and I am glad we did. I would deffinatly recommend checking this little park out if your in the area. It has a decent selection of rides, and a small waterpark for those hot summer days.
Admision to the park was free, and you can either buy an armband or tickets for the rides. We chose the tickets as we only had a short amount of time in the park. I can't remember how much the tickets were, but it was not that much and we were able to ride everything we wanted. The food was awsome. I would recommend the spaggetti, as the owners of the park also own a spaggetti sauce factory. It was delicious.
Onto the pictures.....
Are you wearing pants?
Looking across the street at the park.
This is one of the parks 2 coasters....the wacky worm.
The park has a nice kids area loaded with kids rides.
View of kids area.
Lots of classic kids rides
Outside of the kids area, the park has a nice selection of adult rides as well. This is the drop tower.
The park also has a great food lineup as well.
In case you forget where you are, they remind you.
View of the merry go round shelter.
Every good park has a tilt a whirl.
This was an interesting ride. It kind of reminded me of the indoor himalaya ride at Knobles
Inside of the ride. Since this picture was taken, I think they have removed this ride.
Here are some pictures of the spin and pukes the park offers.
Classic ferris wheel
I Love this ride. These are getting harder to find these days. This one looks to be in great condition.
I love the roulette theme of this ride.
This is the star attraction of the park.
It's a crazy mouse
Lift hill porn
I love the theaming of the cars
The park also has a mini railroad.
Here is the train, and the field that the corkscrew coaster is supposed to be built in.
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