Universal Studios Orlando, Florida
If you are traveling to Florida, happen to be near Orlando, and want to try an amusement park other than Disney, visit Universal Studios. This amusement park appeals to an older crowd with lots of thrilling roller coasters and fun attractions.
Six Flags Great America Gurnee, Illinois
Six Flags Great America is located in Gurnee, Illinois, off Interstate 94 north of Chicago. Built in 1976, Six Flags has a variety of roller coasters with the first inverted and first hyper coaster.
Hersheypark Hershey, Pennsylvania
If you are near Pennsylvania this summer, stop by Hersheypark. It offers a variety of coasters, dark rides, flat rides, and even a water park and zoo. You won’t be bored at this amusement park!
Cedar Point Sandusky, Ohio
Located near Lake Erie is Cedar Point, of the largest parks in terms of size and the number of rides. Cedar Point is known for it’s roller coasters and has set world records for some of their rides. This amusement park is perfect for the thrill seekers who love exciting rides and roller coasters.
General Admission: $44.99
Knott’s Berry Farm Buena Park, California
Knott’s Berry Farm is a 160 acre amusement park in California. The theme park is built on a former berry farm established by Walter Knott. The park is now owned by Cedar Fair and has shifted towards thrilling coasters and water rides. One of the rides at the park, Perilous Plunge, had been the steepest and tallest water ride in the world until 2012.
General Admission: $39.99