Is there a better way to spend a day than at a theme park? The rush of the roller coasters, the splash of the log flume, the crunch of a plate of fried dough, it’s all hard to beat. There are hundreds of amazing theme parks all across this country, in fact, it would take you years to be able to tackle them all!
Maybe that’s a challenge you’d love to accept?
In the meantime, with the summer in full swing, we figured we’d give you a list of some of the very best theme parks for families across the US. On your next vacation, you might want to make one (or all) of these theme parks your main destination, you won’t regret it!
You can’t have any list of amazing family friendly theme parks without having Disney World on the list! As one of the most popular parks around the world, Disney attracts families of every age and nationality every year to it’s Orlando headquarters.
What makes Disney World so special is it’s a number of parks wrapped into one. Explore incredible wildlife on safari at Disney’s Animal Kingdom, go for a full splashdown to escape the Florida heat at Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park, or enjoy the wonder of it all (and catch a princess or two) at Disney’s Magic Kingdom.
What kid doesn’t love Lego’s? Well any trip to Legoland in Carlsbad, California will make sure your kids will never get enough of them. This park is well suited for families of all ages, and features a lot more than just those famous building blocks.
There are over 60 different rides and attractions all split into ten different themed areas, like Land of Adventure, Legoland Water Park and Castle Hill. Some of the best attractions are the gigantic Lego sculptures that dot the park including a 34 foot long dinosaur that is made entirely of Legos!
For a more relaxed (but no less fun) family theme park adventure, many families love visiting Storyland in Glen, New Hampshire. What makes this park so special is it appeals to people of all ages by recreating the timeless stories we’ve all grown up with over generations into characters and attractions.
For the kids, there are over 20 child friendly attractions including roller coasters, shows and a log flume. If you want to get your groove on, be sure to stick around as the park is closing because there is a nightly dance party both kids and adults love to enjoy!
No matter which of these family friendly theme parks you choose, you can be guaranteed your family is going to have an amazing time. Going to theme parks that are specifically geared towards kids can help them feel like they’re having as many thrills as the parents on rides and attractions.
You really can’t miss! Now, we’d love to hear some of your favorite family friendly theme parks, which ones do you keep going back to again and again? Let us know in the comments.