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Parks are arranged alphabetically.
Galveston Island Historic Pleasure Pier
Small seaside park with a coaster, thrill rides, family rides, and kiddie rides.
Medium-sized, traditional park with a small Galaxi steel coaster, a Mad Mouse coaster, a log flume, and a couple of "dry" wet rides (no bathing suits required).
An entertainment, amusement, shopping, and restaurant complex. The rides include the Boardwalk Bullet wood coaster.
Small park with a few kiddy rides (well, duh!) and miniature golf.
Another small park with a few kiddie rides. Open since 1925, it's billed as America's oldest children's amusement park. Features a classic antique carousel.
A unique park designed specifically for children and adults with special needs, their family members, caregivers, and friends. Reservations are required.
Traditional picnic grove amusement park with a couple dozen rides, including bumper cars, Tilt-A-Whirl, Scrambler, and a classic Rock-O-Plane.
Six Flags Astroworld
The park closed at the end of the 2005 season.
Six Flags Over Texas
Arlington (near Dallas)
Major theme park. The original Six Flags park.
Medium-sized amusement park with a small roller coaster, kiddie rides, some thrill rides and a few water rides.
Classic amusement park with three major coasters, a slew of innovative water rides, and the Fantastic Journey dark ride.
Extreme thrill ride park