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Located at former dock of steamboat service to Manhattan in Keansburg in northern Monmouth County. Fishing pier over Raritan Bay. Thrill rides such as Wildcat Roller Coaster, Double Shot, and Cliff Hanger, Log Flume, go-karts, bumper cars, tilt-a-whirl. Hollowgraves Haunted Manor returned to Keansburg from Seaside Heights following Superstorm Sandy in 2012. Also rock climbing wall, arcades with skill and video games. Dining includes snack bars and restaurants. Also operates adjacent Runaway Rapids water park.
Features Grand Theft City Laser Blast with fog and bubble machines, state-of-the-art lighting and sound effects; Experience Viper Simulator full-motion, virtual reality attraction with 360 degrees of interactive pitch and roll technology; Monkey May-hem spin ride; Rock-Wall Climbing Adventure; Bumper Cars; Apache Helicopter Ride; children's Bounce and Play Area. Offers private party rooms with seating from 20 to 75, along with full-service snack bar and fresh-made pizza station.
Follows Victorian design theme with Z-Brick walkways, oak benches, ornate lamp posts and Tiffany-style glass chandeliers and panels. Carousel with Bradley & Kaye molds of horses dating to early 1900's. Ferris wheel, tilt-a-whirl, games, arcades, snack bar and ice cream parlor. Free entertainment and free parking.
Located on Route 9 three miles south of Route 72, five minutes from Long Beach Island Causeway. Primarily center for go-karts, Kiddie Go Karts, Single-Rider Go Karts and Double-Seater Go Karts. Limited collection of outdoor thrill rides including free fall ride, sky glider ride and The Tornado. Bungee trampoline ride; golf driving range; batting cages; miniature golf; and arcade.
20-hole miniature golf course, go-kart track with bridges and tunnels and bumper boats. Batting cages with pitching machines up to 92 mph, Battle Tank Tags where players can ride as gunners or drivers in their special battlefield. Located southeast of Toms River 5 miles from Garden State Parkway.
Indoor and outdoor rides and games on Ocean City boardwalk. Best known for 144-foot Giant Wheel, one of largest Ferris wheels on east coast. Carousel built in 1926, also 35 rides for adults and children, including slide, monorail, raceway whip, kite flyer and glass maze house. Founded 1929 by David Gillian, remains in family ownership. Gillian's Funland of Sea Isle City opened 2009 by another family member closed 2014, largely due to damage suffered in 2012 from Superstorm Sandy..
Rides include bumper cars, Ferris wheel, hot air balloon ride and merry-go-round, thrill rides include Gravitron where centrifugal force explodes at speed of 24 RPM's, upside down roller coaster and Wipe Out ride where guests twirl and tumble while suspended 43 feet high. Go-Kart Speedway. 19-hole miniature golf theme park featuring replica of Ocean City's historic shipwreck "The Sindia," and maritime fishing village. Concession stands.
Open year-round, oriented toward children up to 10 years old, pursues fairy tale theme with characters like Mother Goose, Goldilocks. 17-acre facility two miles west of Garden State Parkway with 15 rides and small zoo with goats, peacocks and chickens. Rides include Rockin' Tug, Tick-Tock Clock Drop, Beanstalk Bounce, Happy Dragon and Jumping Jumbos. Founded 1955 by late Esther and John Tricano, remains in Tricano family ownership.
- South Jersey
25-acre complex of air conditioned indoor and outdoor attractions including Splashplex waterpark. Bumper cars, indoor electric go-karts, laser tag, bowling, outdoor pool, Free Fall ride with 30-foot drop, 4D Dark Ride, mini golf, tilt-a-whirl, Fun-A-Whirl, AirShot, 2-Story Foam Frenzy, updated arcade with over 100 games. New Funplex Boardwalk with midway games and new rides Fun-A-Whirl & AirShot. Cafe that serves snacks, hosts birthday parties and special events.
Roller skating with kids and adult roller hockey leagues, indoor multi-level jungle gym, 18-foot Inflatable Slide and 36-foot Inflatable Obstacle Course, snack bar and arcade. Hit music played by disk jockeys, largest Tween night in South Jersey every Friday.
Indoor amusement park with nearly 20,000 square feet of space. Twirlin' Taxi ride, Rollerball Bowling and Black-light Mini-Golf, Ballocity multi-level soft play and slide area, and Gem Mining and DinoVenture attraction. Skeeball and basketball, classic arcade and racing games. Snack Bar.
Amusement and water park 15 minutes from downtown Philadelphia on Clementon Lake. Giant Ferris Wheel and vintage carousel. Thrill rides include Laguna Kahuna, five-story, one-acre Polynesian water play land; Ring of Fire, 60-foot looping coaster; Thunder Drop 100-foot free fall; and Torpedo Rush, world’s tallest dueling trap door speed slides. Safari Train and Castle Bounce for younger children. Also operates adjacent Splash World water park. Among oldest operating parks in US, opened in 1907 as simple swimming operation on Clementon Lake, steadily added attractions. Acquired in November 2011 by investor group led by former Six Flags executives.
Two indoor turf fields, roller skating, 5-level indoor jungle gym, 18-foot Inflatable Slide, snack bar, arcade. Disk jockeys play all hit music while playing games and interacting with kids. Programs and leagues for youth and adults including roller skating and hockey, soccer, lacrosse, volleyball. Two other locations in Deptford and Mount Laurel.
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