Top 10 of the best under-the-radar amusement parks in the US
Knott's Berry Farm started as a little berry ranch that gradually ventured into the 10th most visited amusement park in North America.
Ohio is for sweethearts - and there's apparently no greater date spot than Cedar Point.
Possessed by Dolly Parton, Dollywood is an absolute necessity visit stop for Tennessee local people and vacationers the same.
Hershey Park is genuinely the smartest possible solution: chocolate and carnival thrills.
Certain individuals go to New Hampshire to ski, others wind up at Canobie Lake Park
Michigan's Adventure is the state's biggest entertainment mecca, spreading over 250-sections of land
With areas in Tampa Bay, Florida and Williamsburg, Virginia, Busch Gardens offers East coast guests two times how much tomfoolery
Opened in 1898, Pennsylvania's Kennywood amusement park is viewed as America's "best" conventional event congregation
Cedar Point isn't the main amusement park Ohio brings to the table. Refered to as the biggest event congregation in the midwest, Kings Island has a great deal of history
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