Although it seems like summer is a lifetime away, the warm weather will be blanketing the country in just a few short months. If you’re starting the vacation planning process, here are a few of the many different amusement and water parks in NJ and around the country.
Water And Amusement Parks In NJ
If you’re looking to stay on the East Coast, a trip to Wildwood, New Jersey can be the place to be. Although the ‘Jersey Shore’ is now known around the world for being a place for 20-somethings to enjoy a summer of carefree fun, it’s been a place for families and friends to enjoy for years. Morey’s Piers, located in Wildwood is one of these water and amusement parks in NJ. Morey’s Piers offers a number of different activities for guests, including waterslides, wave pools, roller coasters, a giant ferris wheel, swings and more. These attractions open April 7th, dependent on weather and one-day tickets start at $48 for children and $64 for adults. Families can take advantage of a special family pass that offers 4 tickets for $225. Season passes are available for residents at $300 for children or adults over 25 and $425 for adults 25 and under.
Finding A Water Park In The Midwest
If you can’t make it to New Jersey, you’re still in luck. Cedar Point in Sandusky, OH is located just on the coast of Lake Erie. Here, visitors can experience a water park with dozens of attractions, slides and more. The park also has four different areas for kids that feature special roller coasters, games and shows that are all designed especially for children. Season tickets for Cedar Point cost $110 per person, while a daily pass costs $52 for adults and $27 for children. If visitors want to experience the water park, they’ll need to pay an additional $25 per person.
Florida is known for Disney, but that’s not the only place to visit in the Sunshine State. At Islands of Adventure, visitors can experience The Wizarding World of Harry Potterï and visit the village of Hogsmeade and enjoy new rides such as the Flight of the Hippogriff and Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey. If Harry Potter isn’t for you, you can still enjoy Islands of Adventure. If you’re with small children, visit Dr. Seuss in Seuss Landing, while dinosaur fanatics can experience Jurassic Park first hand. A one day pass to Islands of Adventure costs $85 for adults and $79 for children. It’s possible to combine your visit with Universal Studio’s Florida and guests receive a discount if they stay for more than one day.
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