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The Best Small Town Theme Parks To Visit This Summer

The Best Small Town Theme Parks To Visit This Summer

Kids and adults love theme parks, and it’s easy to see why! These are the best small town theme parks to visit this summer!

If you are looking for a fun vacation to take this summer, you can’t go wrong with visiting a theme park! There are so many big theme parks located in tiny towns that are worth checking out! Here are the best small town theme parks to visit this summer.

The Best Small Town Theme Parks

Dollywood

If you like all things country, you have got to check out Dollywood! This theme park is packed full of country fun, and fantastic thrill rides everyone can enjoy.

Cedar Point

This park is located in Sandusky, Ohio, and is one of the oldest operating amusement parks in the United States! Cedar point is full of thrill rides and even home to some famous coasters.

Cliff’s Amusement Park

Located in Albuquerque, New Mexico, this park has 24 rides, and even some fun carnival-style games your kids will love! This park is a combination of both theme park and water park, making it a unique theme park to visit.

Silver Dollar City

You can Silver Dollar City in Missouri, and it’s located in Branson. This family-friendly destination has a down-home charm and an excellent place for kids of all ages to visit.

Knoebels Amusement Resort

Knoebels is America’s largest free-admission amusement park! While things will cost you inside of the park, nothing is stopping you from visiting! You’ll find a campground and picnic grove here as well as coasters, kid-friendly rides, and swimming.

Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park

Located above Glenwood Springs, you can find this theme park just 160 miles west of Denver. There used only to be cave tours, but then an amusement park was built on top of Glenwood! This park is 7,100 feet on a mountain, making it a pretty unique theme park.

Idlewild Park and Soakzone

This theme park is geared toward little ones, and you can find it in Laurel Highlands near Ligonier. Located along Route 30 and 50 miles east of Pittsburgh, this little slice of paradise is a great way to spend the afternoon.

Magic Springs Theme and Water Park

Magic Springs gives you access to both the water park and the amusement park with a single price admission! You can find this park located just 50 miles from Little Rock in Hot Springs, Arkansas.

Morey’s Piers

If you are looking for some beachfront fun this summer, you can’t go wrong with this park! This amusement park has over 100 different rides and attractions, as well as seasonal water parks. This park is so massive it takes up six blocks!

Kings Dominion

Located in the small town of Doswell, VA, this massive theme park is one you’ll want to add to your bucket list! Located just 20 miles north of Richmond and 75 miles south of Washington D. C., you’ll find everything from thrill rides to kid-friendly rides here for your kids!

While some of these theme parks might not seem very small, the city they’re in is! These gems are worth the visit itself, but it’s worth taking some time to enjoy the small town too.

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