The 50 United States' Most Famous Amusement Park

Whether you’re looking for world record extreme thrills, local gems, or water park family fun, the United States has the most amusement parks in the world to choose from.

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

Colorado’s Elitch Garden

Colorado’s only amusement and water park in one offers something for everyone across 54 rides and attractions. Score stunning views of Denver from the 20-story Observation Tower or at the top of the Tower of Doom before it drops 200 feet to the ground at 65 mph.

Connecticut’s Lake Compounce

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

Delaware’s Funland

Since 1962 this family-owned amusement park has been an iconic part of any Rehoboth Beach vacation. Offering 17 rides, including kid-friendly classics and more daring attractions like the Superflip 360, Funland is a boardwalk favorite.

Florida’s Disney World

The most visited vacation resort on the planet contains four amusement parks: Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Over 58 million people a year come to The Happiest Place on Earth to see their favorite characters or enjoy one of 49 rides from their favorite movies such as Star Wars, Toy Story, Frozen, or Avatar.

Georgia’s Lake Winnepesaukah

As it’s affectionately called, Lake Winnie has been thrilling local families and tourists for almost one hundred years. Named one of America’s Top 10 Favorite Family Amusement parks, it includes the world-famous wooden roller coaster, the Cannon Ball, 38 rides, and a waterpark to cool down from the summer heat.

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