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Have a Fun Time at Pennsylvania Amusement Parks

Visit Allentown and spend the day with family at Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom. This fun amusement park is a historic fixture in central Pennsylvania, spanning a whopping 200 acres. Dorney Park features close to 60 exciting rides and attractions for all ages and is open to the public from May through October. During your visit, make sure to take a ride on the thrill steel roller coaster, Steel Force, and cool off during your summer break at Wildwater Kingdom.

AvalancheXpress

Winter-time fun is easy to find in the Philadelphia area. Head a short distance west to York for a fun day in the snow at AvalancheXpress. This wonderful family snow tube park is ready for downhill tubing action.

The park features two powered rope-lines for pulling tubers to the top of the 80-foot hill, where they have fun sliding down the sleek tubing lanes. The whole family has fun, whether tubing down the intermediate lanes or cruising down the extreme lanes.

Since the tubing lanes are powered with lights, the fun continues into the night. Take a break and enjoy a snack or meal at Knickers Pub or enjoy a special gourmet meal at Ironwoods Restaurant. Bring your ice skates too, for a fun time gliding across the ice.

Dutch Wonderland Family Amusement Park

Those ready for a fun day in the rolling hills of Pennsylvania Dutch Country know where to go –the Dutch Wonderland Family Amusement Park in Paradise. Since 1963, this wonderful park has been filled with laughing children, having fun on the variety of rides. This is truly "A Kingdom for Kids!"

Some of the popular rides for young children include, the Choo Choo Charlie, Silo Slide, Wiggle Racers and the Sky Fighter. Family rides include the Double Splash Flume, Lady Gay River Boat, the Crazy Plane, the Turtle Whirl, Bumper Cars and the Merry-Go-Round.

Cool off in Duke's Lagoon, with the water jets, water slides and enjoy the shade underneath the umbrellas.

Sesame Place

Opened in July of 1980, Sesame Place is a theme park aimed at children with the Sesame Street television show used as it's central theme. You'll find Sesame Place in Langhorne, a borough northeast of Philadelphia. On your next trip to the Philadelphia metro area, be sure to plan a visit to Sesame Place, an ideal destination for a fun-filled afternoon with the kiddos.

You'll find a wealth of activities for you and the kids to enjoy when you visit Sesame Place. Take a spin on Grover's Vapor Trail, a kid-friendly roller coaster, be sure to explore Twiddlebug Land, and don't miss out on Sesame Island where you'll find Big Bird's Rambling River and Ernie's Waterworks – two excellent choices on your summer or spring visit to Sesame Place.