Most Popular Theme Parks in The United States
Six Flags has 227 parks in the United States, Mexico and Canada with world-class roller coasters, family trips for all ages, intimate animal encounters and exciting water parks.
#02 Disneyland Park
Disneyland Park, the first of two theme parks originally built at Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California, opened on July 1, 1955. It is the only theme park designed under the direct supervision of Walt Disney.
Universal Orlando Resort, commonly known as Universal Orlando or simply "Universal", formerly Universal Studio Escape, is an American theme park and amusement complex located in Orlando, Florida. The complex is managed by Universal Parks and Resorts, a division of NBC Universal. Universal Orlando is the second largest resort in Greater Orlando, after the nearby Walt Disney World Resort, covering 541 acres.
#04 Cedar Point
Cedar Point is a 147-hectare (364-acre) amusement park located on Lake Erie Peninsula in Sandusky, Ohio. Opened in 1870, it is the second oldest functioning amusement park in the United States, just behind Compound Lake. Cedar Point is owned and operated by Cedar Fair and is considered a major theme in the amusement park chain. Known as the "Roller Coast" of America, the park boasts a world record of 69 attractions, including 16 roller coasters, the third largest in the world behind Canada's Wonderland and Energeland (both 17) and the Six Flag Magic Mountain. Its new coaster, Steel Revenge, is open to the public on May 5, 2018. The normal operating season at Cedar Point runs from early May to Labor Day in September. The park only reopens on weekends in late October or early November for Halloween-themed events known as Hallowekends. Other attractions near the park include a mile-long (1.6 km) white sand beach, an outdoor water park called Cedar Point Shores, an indoor water park called Castway Bay, two marinas, and an outdoor sports complex. Several resorts nearby.