Where to go this Fall? From the latest thrill-making roller coaster to the themed costumed character park, this list of amusement parks offers fun for everyone!
travel.usnews ~ "Cedar Point: Sandusky, Ohio
Located along the shores of Lake Erie, Cedar Point is known for its diverse selection of 70-plus rides, including 18 world-class roller coasters. Notable coasters range from Steel Vengeance – boasting 30 seconds of airtime, the feeling of weightlessness – to Valravn, which drops riders from 223 feet in the air at a 90-degree angle before spinning on a 270-degree roll. Cedar Point also features events, festivals and live shows
Knott's Berry Farm: Buena Park, California
Knott's Berry Farm near Anaheim may have started as a small berry farm in the early 1920s, but today's visitors will find a large theme park featuring four distinct regions, all with unique rides and attractions. The Old West Ghost Town is equipped with Western-themed coasters and a saloon, while Camp Snoopy's rides and attractions are designed for young kids. Fiesta Village, meanwhile, recognizes California's Hispanic roots in its architecture and rides.
Dollywood: Pigeon Forge, Tennessee
Dollywood is home to 160 acres of theme park and water park fun with more than 50 world-class rides and a family-friendly atmosphere. Top attractions at the Dolly Parton brainchild include the Tennessee Tornado coaster, which takes you on a 128-foot drop through a mountain at speeds nearing 70 mph, as well as the Lightning Rod, a wood and steel hybrid coaster. Little kids will also stay happy and entertained at Dollywood thanks to small rides like Black Bear Trail and the Busy Bees ride." ~ travel.usnews