The United States is home to many amusement parks with record-breaking and one-of-a-kind rides. Here's a look at remarkable parks in every state ... including yours.
Located a quarter mile from the beach in Gulf Shores, Alabama, Waterville features 17 water slides, including these 55-foot tall racers.
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This 56,000-square-foot Anchorage attraction is Alaska's largest indoor water park and the fifth-largest in the United States.
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This Phoenix amusement park has Arizona's only double-loop roller coaster, Desert Storm.
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This Hot Springs attraction is the only one in the state to offer a theme park, water park and concert amphitheater in one place.
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Sure, California has plenty of top-notch attractions like SeaWorld, Universal Studios and LegoLand, but Disneyland beat out all of them with an attendance of 18.3 million guests in 2015.
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Glenwood Caverns is the only mountain-top theme park in the entire country.
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This Bristol attraction is the oldest continuously-operating amusement park in North America, established in 1846.
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This Rehoboth Beach water park is Delaware's largest.
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Disney once again wins the day despite stiff competition in Florida's theme-park game. The park welcomed 20.5 million visitors in 2015.
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Meet North America's first-ever virtual reality coaster, The New Revolution at Dare Devil Dive.
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This Oahu theme park has dolphin, sea lion and shark exhibits.
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This park has dozens of rides, including the 104-foot-high Spincycle.
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The Gurnee park recently debuted the Joker Free Fly Coaster, which flips brave riders six times.
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This park's Hoosier Hurricane coaster was built directly over Lake Shafer.
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This water park in Waterloo features the Lost Souls Fall, which drops guests a stomach-turning 28 feet per second.
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This water park has an interconnected river system that transports guests to any part of the park.
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This Louisville theme park hosted the World's Largest Swimming Lesson event in 2017.
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One of the main attractions is the Ragin' Cajun coaster, which zigzags as high as 14 stories in the air.
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This amusement park is the only one in New England that's located directly on the beach.
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This Ocean City park has been owned by the same family since 1980.
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One of the main attractions is the New England SkyScreamer, which is more than 400 feet high.
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Michigan's Adventure is the state's largest amusement and water park.
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Nickelodeon Universe takes up seven acres of the Mall of America.
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The Backsplash at this water park is the first of its kind, turning guests around before they finally land at a pool at the end of the ride.
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The Mr. Freeze roller coaster blasts riders from 0 to 70 miles per hour -- backwards -- within 3.8 seconds.
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With 10 water slides, Big Sky Water Park is Montana's largest.
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This Omaha theme park has Nebraska's one and only roller coaster, "The Big Ohhhhhh!!!"
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This five-acre indoor park in the Circus Circus Hotel & Resort in Las Vegas has two roller coasters and dozens of other rides.
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Cranmore Mountain Adventure Park is a ski resort in the winter, but when the snow melts, it transforms into an amusement park.
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Six Flags Great Adventure is home to the tallest roller coaster in the world and the fastest in North America, Kingda Ka.
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Cliff's has the only wooden coaster in New Mexico, the New Mexico Rattler.
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The Cyclone, Coney Island's iconic wooden coaster, celebrated its 90th birthday in 2017.
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The Fury 325 coaster reaches speeds of 95 mph, making it one of the fastest in the world.
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This park has slides and rides -- and free admission every day.
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This park calls itself "the roller coaster capital." When the Valravn coaster first opened here in 2016, it was the tallest, fastest and longest of its kind in the world.
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Oklahoma's oldest theme park boasts "a trip back in time," but it also has several modern roller coasters.
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The storybook-themed theme park took seven years to construct before opening in 1971.
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Kennywood, one of the oldest amusement parks in America, was the site of filming for the movie "Adventureland."
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This water park has more than 1,000 feet of slides.
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The Carolina Beach Boardwalk was named one of the top 10 in the country by Food & Wine Magazine.
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Five thousand gallons of spring water flow into the Evan's Plunge water park every minute.
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Dollywood has dozens of rides and water slides, and also a rotating lineup of music and theater shows.
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SeaWorld San Antonio is one of three SeaWorld locations in the United States.
Lagoon's Cannibal coaster has one of the world's steepest drops.
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In the summer, this ski resort features rides, a water slide, a giant swing and trampolines.
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Busch Gardens is often voted the World's Most Beautiful Theme Park by the National Amusement Park Historical Association.
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Great Wolf Lodge in Grand Mound is one of 15 of the chain's indoor water parks around the country.
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Camden Park has been a West Virginia mainstay for 114 years.
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Kalahari in Wisconsin Dells is one of three Kalahari parks in the United States.
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In the summer, this mountain resort features a bungee trampoline, a roller coaster and an alpine slide.
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