Free theme parks and amusement parks in the United States

In addition to zoos, there are theme parks and amusement parks that offer free admission to the United States of America. In this article we will talk about the 5 most important amusement parks in the USA, in which you can enter for free.

Free amusement parks in the USA

Knoebels a Elysburg in Pennsylvania

Knoebels Amusement Park in Elysburg, Pennsylvania is one of the few parks still free of entrance fees, and one of the largest in the United States.

The attractions have an individual cost and the ticket can be bought at the ticket offices of the single attractions, or you can buy a single ticket valid for all the attractions.

With its Fascination salon, generous collection of classic spinning rides, dizzying array of colored lights, and other retro touches, Knoebels transports guests to a bygone vintage park.

Coney Island a New York

The Coney Island park located in the Brooklyn neighborhood of New York, is one of the most famous parks in the world, appeared in many films and images. Admission is free, as is admission to the adjacent public beach.

The park has a particular and suggestive charm, especially due to the fact that it is built on a beach by the sea. Even though Coney Island is more of an amusement park than a theme park, it remains one of the main attractions of New York and America in general.

Family Kingdom a Myrtle Beach in South Carolina

The Family Kingdom of Myrtle Beach in South Carolina is a free admission park, where you only pay for admission to individual attractions. Instead, the nearby Family Kingdom Water Park requires an entrance fee.

Waldameer a Erie in Pennsylvania

Erie Pennsylvania's Waldameer Amusement Park still has a free admission policy, while an entrance fee is required for the adjacent Water World water park.

Highlights include Ravine Flyer II, a wooden roller coaster and the classic dark ride, Whacky Shack. The Waldameer also offers entertainment shows and free parking.

Holiday World a Santa Claus nell’Indiana

Holiday World is a park where an entrance ticket is required but many things inside are free. Located in Santa Claus, Indiana, various things are offered for free inside, such as sunscreen, balloons, free entry to the Safari Splashin water park, free parking and a free drinks machine.

Lake Compounce a Bristol in Connecticut

The Lake Compounce in Bristol, Connecticut, like Holiday World "colleague", offers free admission to Splash Harbor water park and a drinks machine.

The other theme parks in the United States with free admission, i.e. without an entrance fee, are:
Indiana Beach a Monticello in Indiana
Belmont Park in San Diego California also offers free parking
Pacific Park in Santa Monica (on the pier) in California
DelGrosso's Amusement Park in Tipton, Pennsylvania, also offers free parking
Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk a Santa Cruz in California.

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