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Traditional ride park with a good-sized waterpark.
Walt Disney World
Lake Buena Vista
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At the Sawgrass Mills Mall in Sunrise (Greater Fort Lauderdale)
Indoor theme park
Primarily a waterpark. Also has a wooden roller coaster plus laser tag, go-karts, and other family entertainment center attractions.
Weeki Wachee Springs
Weeki Wachee Springs (near Tampa)
(877) GO WEEKI
The park with the famous mermaid show now also features a waterpark.
Medium-sized amusement park with a small roller coaster, kiddie rides, some thrill rides and a few water rides.
Valdosta (near the Florida border)
A hybrid zoo/amusement/water park.
Federal Way (near Seattle)
More a waterpark than a ride park, Wild Waves offers a modest assortment of thrills, including a steel looping coaster and a splashdown ride. The park used to be run by Six Flags.
Wild West City
Nestled in the rough-and-tumble wilds of New Jersey is this "western heritage" park for the young-uns. No amusement park rides, but there are shoot-em-up shows, panning for gold and other wild west diversions.
Wild West World
Park City (near Wichita)
Mechanicsburg (near Harrisburg)
The park closed in 2005.
Classic amusement park with three major coasters, a slew of innovative water rides, and the Fantastic Journey dark ride.
Worlds of Fun
175-acre park includes the Mamba hypercoaster, the inverted Patriot coaster, and the Timber Wolf woodie. Operated by Cedar Fair. Separate admission to adjacent Worlds of Fun waterpark.
Powell (near Columbus)
The park will be closed for the 2007 season and reopen in 2008.
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