Most Iconic Amusement Park In Every US State 

Year-round, America's theme parks make for great day trips, a thrilling part of any vacation, and an excellent screen-free way to spend quality time together. Discover the magic in the Most Iconic Amusement Park in Every State!

This theme park features 22 rides, from the thrilling Air Racer Roller Coaster to classics like spinning teacups, concerts, shows, and holiday events.

Alabama’s OWA Amusement Park

Experience the Alaska of 100 years ago, the history of the state, and the thrills of a theme park all in one place. Take a ride on the carousel and train or play a round of disc golf at Pioneer Park.

Alaska’s Pioneer Park

Opened in 1846, Lake Compounce is America's oldest continuously operating amusement park. Its 332 acres of fun include Boulder Dash, The World's #1 Wooden Roller Coaster, and the state's largest water park.

Connecticut’s Lake Compounce

Known for its thrilling rides, including the world record-breaking Maxx Force coaster with the fastest ride launch in North America, the park features 15 spine-tingling roller coasters.

Illinois’s Six Flags

A family vacation favorite in Ocean City, Jolly Roger offers rides, amusement, games, and waterslides across five different parks. Families return year after year to ride the go-karts, classic rides, or for rounds of mini-golf.

Maryland's Jolly Roger

Located in Omaha, it's the largest waterpark in the state and the only roller coaster in Nebraska. With rides and attractions for all ages plus an adult-only pool and swim-up bar,  there is something for everyone.

Nebraska's Fun-Plex

Home to infamous rides like the Cyclone Roller Coaster and Wonder Wheel, grab a hot dog from the original Nathan's Famous before your one-hour subway ride back to Manhattan.

New York’s Coney Island

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