The Top 5 Amusement Parks in the United States!

There’s nothing like a family vacation. Between the hundreds (or thousands) of dollars you spend, the stress of keeping track of all the kids, and creating the perfect trip, it’s a grand ol’ time! Let Serendipity take the stress out of tracking down the teeny boppers. Use the Serendipity app to keep track of the family in some of the largest open playgrounds in America. In the meantime, have a look at the top 5 best amusement parks in the United States!


  • Cedar Point: 1 Cedar Point Dr. Sandusky, OH 44870
    • Cedar Point claims to be the “Roller Coaster Capital of the World”, and we must say, it is pretty true.  Cedar Point is the second oldest amusement park in America and has 72 total rides!


  • Universal’s Islands of Adventure: 6000 Universal Blvd. Orlando, FL 32819
    • NBCUniversal owns this 110 acre theme park. With a total of 16 rides, 3 of them being water rides, you’re sure to have a great time at this Universal park.

Universal Islands of Adventure, Orlando

  • Six Flags Magic Mountain: 26101 Magic Mountain Pkwy, Valencia, CA 91355
    • This 262 acre theme park holds over 40 rides and a whole lot of fun. From the Tatsu to the Batman roller coasters, you’re sure to have a great time filled with family fun!


  • Disney’s Hollywood Studios: 351 S Studio Dr, Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830
    • Hollywood Studios is the 3rd of 4 theme parks built in the majestic World Resort in Bay Lake Florida. Hollywood Studios spans over 130 acres and is the 5th most visited theme park in the United States and 8th in the entire world! A pretty magical place if I do say so myself.


  • Disney’s Animal Kingdom: 2901 Osceola Pkwy, Orlando, FL 32830
    • Disney’s Animal Kingdom was opened on Earth Day on April 22nd, 1998 and covers 500 acres. This is the second largest theme park behind Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson, New Jersey. Animal Kingdom is the first and only Disney park to be themed entirely around animal conservation. A true family favorite, but be sure you’re wearing the right shoes! 500 acres is larger than you’d think.