Cedar Point is called the Roller Coaster Capital of the World due to having roller coasters that go 120 mph and have 80 degree drops! Plus, it has other thrill rides, family rides, live entertainment and shows, as well as water rides and great places to eat. Entry fees vary depending on age and groups of 15 or more can get special deals and discounts on rides and food packages.
Families can have the thrill of a lifetime with a choice of six different magical lands in this Orlando dream theme park. There are plenty of rides for all ages, as well as characters from Disney movies and books, attractions like Adventure Land, Tomorrow Land, Main Street, or Fantasy Land, as well as parades, fireworks, night events, food and drinks, and more. Park hours depend on the time of year, and single day tickets are $89 for adults and $83 for kids three to nine.
Kings Island Theme Park offers families over 80 different exciting rides and attractions that will make all ages happy. It's the biggest amusement and water park in this part of the US featuring the famous Diamondback Roller Coaster that goes 80mph, as well as the Vortex, the Beast and Windseeker thrill rides. Plus, there is Planet Snoopy for the little kids. The water slide area features slides and wave pools.
Hershypark is owned by Hershey Entertainment & Resorts, which is devoted to preserving Milton S. Hershey's legacy. It is a fun place for singles, couples or families and offers activities like Hersheypark in the Dark, rides such as roller coasters, water rides, family and kiddie rides, as well as entertainment, food, drink and more. Children 2 and under are free, 3-9 and seniors over 54 are $23 and 9-54 are $34 for day tickets.
Six Flags Magic Mountain is another park the whole family will love. The fun begins with the famous Batman the Ride' roller coaster and the Apocalypse roller coaster with its 52mph drops to less scary rides for the little ones, as well as live entertainment like meet and greets with the Justice League, a hypnotist show and the Loony Tunes Kid's Show. Plus there is food, drink, souvenirs, and special events like Holiday in the Park and Fright Fest.
When it comes to getting close to nature, enjoying the great outdoors, and taking in both fresh air and natural beauty, there is nothing quite like hiking. Despite the various modes of transport we use today, walking is still the most effective if you...