Sunday, January 8, 2012

10 Best Amusement Parks in North America

Who said amusement parks were only for kids? Besides, don’t we all have a child in us? Of course we do, so why not satisfy that primal desire and visit some of the top amusement parks in North America? I have something for the sci-fi lover as well as the thrill seeker, so buckle up because your heartbeat will surely rise.

So here some of the most best amusement parks in North America. So start packing now and get yourself thrilled by these amazing rides.
Busch Gardens, Florida

Who said that Florida is only nice on the Atlantic coast? Well, one reason why the Gulf has just as much to offer is Tampa Bay’s Busch Gardens; a beautiful and breathtaking amusement park.
Sea World, California

We may have a bias, but we strongly urge you to visit the Shark Encounter, and explore the world and kingdom of sharks. Yes, you will be protected in a viewing tube as you visit the wonders and animals that live in the depths of the seas.
Disneyland, California

This one may be more for the kids, but even adults can enjoy leaving this world to head off to Fantasyland or dream in Tomorrow land, before heading off to visit Mickey’s Toon town.
Sea World, Florida

If you were the kind of child who worried that a monster would creep up from beneath the bed and eat you in the middle of the night, have we got the ride for you: Kraken, hailed as the tallest, fastest, longest, and only floorless roller coaster in Orlando.
Six Flags Great Adventure, New Jersey

There is so much to say about Great Adventure in New Jersey’s swamps, but all you need to know is that you can tame tigers in the 350-acre Wild Safari or have your heart ripped out in the 230-foot tall Nitro. Pick your vice.
Universal Studios, California

Universal Studios has the impressive Terminator ride. This amusement park is perfect for the movie aficionado who is eager and interested in knowing how the epics were made, and how the classics came about.
Six Flags Magic Mountain, California

If you were one of the few people on earth that thought this amusement park did not already have enough roller coaster rides, you will be glad to learn that this park introduced three more: Goliath Jr., Déjà Vu and X.
Cedar Point, Sandusky, Ohio

Cedar Point bills itself as the Roller Coaster Capital of the World, and we cannot exactly fault it. If you want to get the rush of a lifetime, visit the Power Tower, which blasts you 24 stories into the sky and rockets you toward Earth from 240 feet up.
Disney World, Florida

The granddaddy of all amusement parks, Disney World in Florida has the amazing Magic Kingdom as well as Epcot Center, which revitalized the famous park. The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror in MGM Studios will make your stay unforgettable.
Canada’s Wonderland, Ontario

While many people think that Canada is all about igloos and hockey, Canada’s Wonderland destroys that myth with its amazing water roller coasters. Near the city of Toronto, Wonderland offers almost 200 fun attractions.

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