6201 Kellogg Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45230 Directions
Coney Island has the kindest recirculating swimming pool in the globe, and it is a unique and nostalgic destination. It has located right on the Ohio River; everything about Coney Island is created to turn moments into memories. The park has spread over 400-acre apple orchard on the banks of the Ohio River. It has become an edge to splash, ride, cheer, and play for over 130 years. It’s a home with historical roots and modern temptations, a place that’s built not just on childhood charm, but on bringing people together. The Challenge Zone will highlight more than 150 feet of escalating obstacles, slides, monkey bars, and stability beams organized in the form of two obstacle courses. The water park surely provides visitors a great place to play, but it also turns moments into memories for generations, and it provides something thriller for everyone with rides that range from kiddie to family.
Ferris Wheel, The Flying Bobs, Giant Slide, TopSpin, Canoes on Lake Como, Como Cruisers, Dodgems, Grand Carousel, Paddle Boats on Lake Como, The Python Family Roller Coaster, River Runner, The Rock-O-Plane, The Scrambler, The Scream Machine, Super Roundup, Tempest, Tilt-A-Whirl, Wipeout, Fender Benders, Airplanes, Frog Hopper, Helicopters & Trains
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6300 Kings Island Drive, Kings Mills, Cincinnati, OH 45034 Directions
Kings Island is one of the most considerable Amusement and waterpark in the midwest. The park is the place to some of the top-ranked roller coasters in annual management and enthusiast polls, including Mystic Timbers, and Amusement Today voted it as the “Best New Ride” in 2017. It has featured more than 100 world-class rides, exhibits, and temptations, with 36 water slides, two massive wave pools, rushing rivers, unwinding lagoons, and kids play areas. Kings Island amusement and thrilling wooden roller coaster take riders on an escapade through 3,265 ft of track through wooded terrain and over water at speeds up to 53 mph. The Island Beast, which is registered in the prestigious Guinness Book of World Records as a colossal wooden roller coaster in the world at a staggering 7,359 ft. Their riders sprawl across 35 acres of densely wooded terrain at speeds up to 65 mph on The Beast. 25.2 distance from downtown of Cincinnati.
Diamondback, Delirium, Drop Tower, Mystic Timbers, Banshee, Firehawk, The Beast, Invertigo, The Racer, Vortex, Adventure Express, Backlot Stunt Coaster, WindSeeker, The Bat, Flight of Fear, Sling Shot, Xtreme Skyflyer, Congo Falls, Scrambler, Monster, Viking Fury, Zephyr, Grand Carousel, Eiffel Tower, Dodgem & Boo Blasters on Boo Hill
Price: Good Any Day Ticket - $41.99
Two Day Ticket - $72
Coaster Combo Ticket - $65
Funday Bundle - $49.99
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11490 Hamilton-Cleves Road, Hamilton, Cincinnati, OH 45013 Directions
'Stricker's Grove' is a family-run and managed private entertainment park. It has featured a diversity of rides, 18 holes miniature golf, an arcade with video games and skeeball, shooting galleries, and horseshoes, and it's allowed for entertainment for all generations. The park's famous Tornado is a wooden roller coaster intended by Al Collins and built by Ralph Stricker. Ralph Stricker is the only person in the United States to make his coaster, and the second roller coaster is the Teddy Bear. Their original Teddy Bear was found in kiddie land at Coney Island in Cincinnati, Ohio. Their event teams are caterer groups, organizations, and churches for family parties, wedding parties, meetings, and other such occasions. 32.7 miles from city Cincinnati.
Boats, Carousel, Dumbo, Electric Rainbow, Ferris Wheel, Flying Scooters, Half Mile Train Ride, Helicopters, Rockets, Scrambler, Teddy Bear Roller Coaster, Tilt-A-Whirl, Tip Top, Tornado Roller Coaster & Turtles