Ackerman Island Ackerman Island was a sandbar located in the Arkansas River in Wichita, Kansas.
Action Park Action Park was an amusement park located in Vernon, New Jersey, USA. The park was located on the grounds of what is now part of the Mountain Creek and Crystal Springs Resort ski areas in Vernon...
Adventure River Adventure River was a water park located in Memphis, Tennessee.
Adventureland (Illinois) Adventureland was an amusement park located in Addison, Illinois which operated from 1961 to 1977.
Al-Tro Island Park Al-Tro Island Park was an amusement park built in the early 20th century in the village of Menands near the border with city of Albany, New York; formerly the park was known as Pleasure Island.
Angela Park (amusement park) Angela Park was an amusement park located along PA Route 309 in Butler Township, seven miles north of Hazleton, Pennsylvania.
Aquarena Center Aquarena Springs is a former resort and amusement park built around San Marcos Springs in San Marcos, Texas, United States, which various owners operated from 1928-1996.
Aquarena Springs Aquarena Springs is a former resort and amusement park built around San Marcos Springs in San Marcos, Texas, United States, which various owners operated from 1928-1996.
Arda E. Lee's Hidden Hollow Arda E. Lee's Hidden Hollow is an recreational park in Cookeville, Tennessee created by Arda E. Lee in the 1970s.
Astroland Astroland was a amusement park in Coney Island first opened in 1962.
AutoWorld AutoWorld was an indoor theme park in Flint, Michigan, USA, built to make the town attractive to tourists.
AutoWorld (theme park) AutoWorld was an indoor theme park in Flint, Michigan, USA, built to make the town attractive to tourists.
Babb's Beach Babb's Beach, also known as Babb's Beach Amusement Park, is located at 435 Babbs Rd. in Suffield, Connecticut.
Beachland Amusements Beachland Amusements, colloquially known as The South Beach Rides, was an arcade and kiddie park that operated in Staten Island, New York from 1941-2006.
Bell's Amusement Park Bell's Amusement Park was a small amusement park located in Tulsa's Expo Square, part of the Tulsa County Fairground in Oklahoma.
Benson's Wild Animal Farm Benson's Wild Animal Farm was a long-running private zoo and amusement park in Hudson, New Hampshire, United States.
Bertrand Island Amusement Park Bertrand Island Amusement Park was located on Lake Hopatcong, New Jersey in the Borough of Mount Arlington, NJ. It was actually located on a narrow finger-shaped peninsula, surrounded by water ...
Big Island Amusement Park Big Island Amusement Park was a popular Twin Cities tourist destination that existed between 1906 and 1911.
Boardwalk Fun Park Boardwalk Fun Park was a amusement park located in northeast Grand Prairie, Texas near the intersection of Belt Line Road and Interstate 30.
Brigantine Castle Brigantine Castle was a popular funhouse and haunted house attraction by the beach in Brigantine, New Jersey.
Bud Boogie Beach Bud Boogie Beach was a small water park located on Mud Island in Memphis, Tennessee.
Carson City and Indian Village Carson City and Indian Village was a road-side Wild West-themed amusement park located in Catskill, NY, approximately 2 miles north of the former Catskill Game Farm on New York State Route 32.
Castle Golf and Games Castle Golf and Games was a small amusement park located near I-10 and Loop 610 in Houston, Texas.
Celebration City Celebration City was a "night-time theme park" located in Branson, Missouri, USA. It was themed after America in the 20th century, with areas based on Route 66, Small-town America in the 1900s, ...
Chippewa Lake Park Chippewa Lake Park was an amusement park once located in Chippewa Lake, Ohio, Medina County.
Eldora Park Eldora Park was an amusement park that opened in 1901 in Eldora, Pennsylvania.
Eldorado Amusement Park The 25-acre Eldorado Amusement Park opened in 1891 in the Highwood Park section of Weehawken, New Jersey.
Electric Park Electric Park was a name shared by dozens of amusement parks in the United States that were constructed as trolley parks and owned by electric companies and streetcar companies.
Electric Park, Baltimore Electric Park was a amusement park in Baltimore, Maryland, located near the intersection of Belvedere Avenue and Reisterstown Road.
Electric Park, Detroit Electric Park was an amusement park in Detroit, Michigan that was in operation from 1906 to 1928.
Electric Park, Kansas City Electric Park was the name shared by two amusement parks in Kansas City, Missouri, USA that were constructed by Joseph Heim (then president of the Heim Brothers Brewery) and his brothers Michael...
Flint Park Flint Park was a theme park located in the city of Flint, Michigan, USA. The park was located next to Flint Park Lake on the north side of the city.
Fontaine Ferry Park Fontaine Ferry Park was an amusement park in Louisville, Kentucky from 1905 to 1969.
Forest Park, Chalfont Forest Park in Chalfont, PA was originally picnic grounds and later a small amusement park.
Freedomland U.S.A. Freedomland U.S.A. (usually just called Freedomland) was a short-lived, U.S. history-themed amusement park in the Baychester area in the northeastern part of the borough of The Bronx, New ...
Hamel's Amusement Park Hamel's Amusement Park was for almost 20 years one of the few amusement parks located in the state of Louisiana, USA. Located in Shreveport, it was relatively small and yet hugely popular.
Hanna-Barbera Land Hanna–Barbera Land was a theme park based on the cartoons of the Hanna-Barbera animation studio.
Hanna–Barbera Land Hanna–Barbera Land was a theme park based on the cartoons of the Hanna-Barbera animation studio.
Happyland Amusement Park The Happyland Amusement Park was an amusement park in the South Beach neighborhood of Staten Island, New York from 1906 till about 1935.
Heritage USA Heritage USA was a Christian theme park, water park, and residential complex built in Fort Mill, South Carolina, US, by PTL Club (short for "Praise The Lord") founders televangelist Jim Bakker a...
Holy Land USA Holy Land USA was an theme park in Waterbury, Connecticut, inspired by selected passages from the Bible.
Hunt's Pier Hunt's Pier was an amusement pier located along the Wildwood, New Jersey boardwalk from 1957 through 1985.
Idora Park, Youngstown Idora Park (1899–1984) was a northeastern Ohio amusement park popularly known as "Youngstown's Million Dollar Playground."
International Village International Village was a small theme park, shopping, dining and entertainment center located on the south side of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.
J's Amusement Park J's Amusement Park is a defunct amusement park in Guerneville, California.
Jantzen Beach Jantzen Beach Amusement Park was a popular amusement park from 1928 to 1970 in Portland, Oregon, on Hayden Island in the middle of the Columbia River.
Jantzen Beach Amusement Park Jantzen Beach Amusement Park was a popular amusement park from 1928 to 1970 in Portland, Oregon, on Hayden Island in the middle of the Columbia River.
Kid's World (amusement park) Kid's World was an amusement park along the boardwalk on Ocean Avenue in Long Branch, New Jersey, United States.
Kiddieland Amusement Park Kiddieland Amusement Park, was an amusement park located just west of Chicago at the corner of North Avenue and First Avenue in Melrose Park, Illinois.
Krug Park (amusement park) Krug Park (currently known as Gallagher Park) was an amusement park located at 2936 North 52nd Street in the Benson neighborhood of Omaha, Nebraska, USA at the turn of the 20th century.
Krug Park (Omaha) Krug Park was an amusement park located at 2936 North 52nd Street in the Benson neighborhood of Omaha, Nebraska, USA at the turn of the 20th century.
Krug Park (Omaha, Nebraska) Krug Park was an amusement park located at 2936 North 52nd Street in the Benson neighborhood of Omaha, Nebraska, USA at the turn of the 20th century.
Lakeside Amusement Park (Salem, Virginia) Lakeside Amusement Park was an amusement park located in Salem, Virginia at the intersection of U.S. Route 460 (East Main Street in Salem) and State Route 419 (Electric Road in Salem).
Land of Makebelieve Land of Makebelieve was an amusement park located in the hamlet of Upper Jay, New York.
Land of Oz (theme park) The Land of Oz is a mostly now-defunct theme park located in the resort town of Beech Mountain, North Carolina.
Legend City Legend City was an amusement park that existed on the border of Phoenix and Tempe, Arizona from its opening in 1963 to its closing and demolition in 1983.
LeSourdesville Lake Amusement Park LeSourdsville Lake Amusement Park (previously Americana Park) was an amusement park located in Monroe, Ohio, USA. This park is currently closed with no immediate plans to be reopened.
LeSourdsville Lake Amusement Park LeSourdsville Lake Amusement Park (previously Americana Amusement Park) was an amusement park located in Monroe, Ohio, USA. This park is currently closed with no immediate plans to be reopened.
Levi Carter Park Levi Carter Park is located at 3100 Abbott Drive in East Omaha, Nebraska.
Libertyland Libertyland was an amusement park located in Memphis, Tennessee.
Lincoln Park (Dartmouth, Massachusetts) Lincoln Park was a park opened in 1894 by the Union Street Railway Company of New Bedford, Massachusetts, located in North Dartmouth, Massachusetts on the border of Westport, Massachusetts on U....
Luna Park, Coney Island Luna Park was an amusement park at Coney Island, Brooklyn, New York City from 1903 to 1944.
Luna Park, Houston Houston's Luna Park, was an amusement park that was operated from 1924 until about 1934.
Luna Park, Johnstown Originally known as Roxbury Park, Luna Park was an amusement park located near Johnstown, Pennsylvania, USA. Located by a loop at the end of the Franklin Street line of the Johnstown Passe...
Luna Park, Olcott Beach Luna Park (also commonly known as Luna Amusement Park) was an amusement park on the shore of Lake Ontario in Olcott Beach, New York, USA. A popular venue for live entertainment (with the D...
Luna Park, Pittsburgh Luna Park was an amusement park in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA, from 1905 to 1909.
Luna Park, Schenectady Luna Park was one of several names for an amusement park that existed in Rexford, New York, near Schenectady, from 1901 to 1933.
Luna Park, Scranton Luna Park was an amusement park in Scranton, Pennsylvania, USA, from 1906 to 1916.
Magic Landing Magic Landing was a theme park located in El Paso, Texas, operating from 1984 to 1988.
Marshal Scotty's Playland Park Marshal Scotty's Playland Park is a mostly abandoned theme park located in Lakeside, California, off of the Interstate 8 on Lake Jennings Park Road.
Marshall Hall (amusement park) Marshall Hall was an amusement park at Marshall Hall, Maryland, next to the Potomac River, more or less across from Mount Vernon, Virginia, the home of George Washington.
Maywood Beach Maywood Beach was a water park located in Olive Branch, Mississippi, just across the Mississippi state line from Memphis, Tennessee.
MGM Grand Adventures Theme Park MGM Grand Adventures Theme Park was a theme park adjacent to the MGM Grand hotel and casino in Paradise, Nevada, United States.
Myrtle Beach Pavilion The Myrtle Beach Pavilion was an historic pay-per-ride park, no parking fee 11-acre amusement park that was located in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina at the corner of 9th Avenue and Ocean Boulevar...
Norumbega Park Norumbega Park was a recreation area and amusement park located in "Auburndale-on-the-Charles" near Boston, Massachusetts.
Nunley's Nunley's was an amusement park located on 850 Sunrise Highway, Baldwin, Long Island, New York which operated from 1939 to 1995.
Nunley's Happyland Nunley's (later called Smiley's) Happyland was an amusement park in the hamlet of Bethpage on Long Island, New York, located at the intersection of Hempstead Turnpike (Route 24) and...
Ocean View Amusement Park Ocean View Amusement Park was located at the end of Granby Street at Ocean View Avenue in Norfolk, Virginia.
Old Chicago Old Chicago was a combination shopping mall and indoor amusement park that existed in the Chicago suburb of Bolingbrook, Illinois, from 1975 until 1980.
Old Indiana Fun Park The Old Indiana Fun Park was an amusement park located near Thorntown, Indiana off I-65 at 7230N 350W. It is now a privately owned property that has been transformed into the state's largest pri...
Opryland USA Opryland USA (later called Opryland Themepark and colloquially referred to simply as Opryland) was an amusement park located in suburban Nashville, Tennessee.
Palace Amusements Palace Amusements was a historical indoor amusement park in Asbury Park, New Jersey, USA.
Palace of Depression The Palace of Depression was a building made of junk that was located in Vineland, New Jersey.
Palisades Amusement Park Palisades Amusement Park was a thirty-acre amusement park located in Bergen County, New Jersey, across the Hudson River from New York City.
Paradise Lake Paradise Lake was an amusement park located in the Appalachian region of Ohio in the United States.
Paragon Park Paragon Park was an amusement park located on Nantasket Beach in Hull, Massachusetts.
Paxtang Park Paxtang Park was a trolley park that existed near Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
Peony Park Peony Park was an amusement park located at North 78th and Cass Streets in Omaha, Nebraska.
Playland Park (Texas) Playland Park, a defunct amusement park formerly located in San Antonio, Texas, is most notable for being the former home of "The Rocket", a wooden roller coaster which now operates as The Phoen...
Rock Springs Park Rock Springs Park is a defunct amusement park once located in Chester, West Virginia, Hancock County.
Rockaways' Playland Rockaways' Playland was an amusement park located on Beach 98th Street in Rockaway Beach in the Borough of Queens, New York City, at Beach 98 Street between Rockaway Beach Boulevard and the beac...
Rocky Glen Park Known by a variety of names over its 101-year existence, Rocky Glen Park was a park near Moosic, Pennsylvania, USA. Founded by Arthur Frothingham in 1886 as a picnic park, it was transformed int...
Rocky Point Amusement Park Rocky Point Park was a highly popular amusement park on the Narragansett Bay side of Warwick, Rhode Island.
Rose Island (amusement park) Rose Island was a popular amusement park near Charlestown, Indiana, situated on a peninsula (the "Devil's Backbone") created by Fourteen Mile Creek emptying into the Ohio River.
Roseland Park Roseland Park is a now defunct amusement park previously located at 169 Lake Shore Drive in the city of Canandaigua, New York.
Round Top Park Round Top Park was a Gettysburg Battlefield excursion park of east of Little Round Top near the end of the Round Top Branch and owned by the Gettysburg & Harrisburg Railroad (cf.
Round Top, Pennsylvania Round Top is a populated place in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania; near Little Round Top that is notable for 2 Battle of Gettysburg hospitals, the 1884 Round Top Station, and several battlefield ...
Six Flags Astroworld AstroWorld was a seasonally operated theme park located on approximately of land (later expanded to over ) between Kirby Drive and Fannin Avenue, directly south of Loop 610 in Houston, Texas, U...
Six Flags AstroWorld AstroWorld was a seasonally operated theme park located on approximately of land (later expanded to over 75 acres) between Kirby Drive and Fannin Avenue, directly south of Loop 610 in Houston, ...
Six Flags New Orleans Six Flags New Orleans, also abbreviated to SFNO, is an abandoned theme park in New Orleans, Louisiana that has been closed since just before Hurricane Katrina struck in August 2005 and is...
Southern Nevada Zoological-Botanical Park The Southern Nevada Zoological-Botanical Park, informally known as the Las Vegas Zoo, was a nonprofit Zoological park and botanical garden located in Las Vegas, Nevada that closed in Sept...
Spanish Fort, New Orleans Spanish Fort, also known as Old Spanish Fort, Fort St. Jean, and Fort St. John, is a historic place in New Orleans, Louisiana, formerly the site of a fort and later an amuseme...
Starlight Park Starlight Park was an American amusement park, near West Farms Square east of the Bronx River in the New York City borough of The Bronx, New York, from 1918 to 1932.
Steeplechase Park Steeplechase Park was an amusement park in the Coney Island area of Brooklyn, New York from 1897 to 1964.
Suburban Gardens Suburban Gardens was the first and only major amusement park within Washington, D.C. Located at 50th and Hayes Streets, NE, in the Deanwood neighborhood near the National Training School for Wom...
West View Park West View Park was an early 20th-century American amusement park.
Whalom Park Whalom Park was an amusement park located on Lake Whalom in Lunenburg, Massachusetts, that operated from 1893 to 2000.
White City (Chicago) White City (sometimes listed as White City Amusement Park in print advertisements) was a recreational area located in the Greater Grand Crossing and Woodlawn community areas on the south s...
White City (Indianapolis) White City (also known as White City Amusement Park) was an amusement park in Indianapolis, Indiana's Broad Ripple Park that was in operation from 26 May 1906 until 26 June 1908.
Willow Grove Park Willow Grove Park was an amusement park located in Willow Grove, Pennsylvania (the part which is in Abington Township), United States, that operated for eighty years from 1896 until the 1975 season.
Wonderland Amusement Park (Indianapolis) Wonderland Amusement Park (usually simply called Wonderland) was a trolley park that operated on the east side of Indianapolis, Indiana, USA, from 1906 to 1911.
Woodside Amusement Park Woodside Amusement Park was an amusement park that existed inside West Fairmount Park that was constructed in 1897 by the Fairmount Park Transportation Company, and that continued operations u...