Maryland attractions are listed below in alphabetical order.
Jolly Roger features two large classic amusement parks located in Ocean City. Both parks are open March though September with varying hours and offer passes that include admission to both parks.
Jolly Roger at the Pier is the smaller of the two locations and is located along the beaches of the Atlantic Ocean.
It includes midway games and ten carnival rides, including the “Looping Star” roller coaster and the “Tornado” and “Slingshot” thrill rides. Other attractions include a giant Ferris wheel, two-level carousel and “Morbid Manor II”.
Jolly Roger at 30th Street includes midway games, over two dozen rides and attractions, Go-kart park, miniature golf park and small water park.
The four different entertainment areas are listed below.
• The amusement park includes two roller coasters, log flume, “Tilt-a-Whirl” and “Rip Tide Express”. Other rides include a Ferris wheel, swings and bumper cars. Kiddie rides include the “Circus Train”, “Tea Cups, “Balloon Ride” and “Double Carousel”.
• Speedworld go-kart track includes 300 cars and ten tracks for different age and skill levels. It also includes an arcade.
• The Mini Golf area includes the “Treasure Hunt” and “Jungle” themed miniature golf courses.
• Splash Mountain Waterpark is open June through August and includes a wave pool, lazy river, three kiddie pools and over a dozen slides. Thrill rides include the “Eye of the Hurricane”, “Master Blaster” water coaster and the four-story half pipe, “Stealth Mark III”. Other slides include the six-lane “Super Racer”, “Black Hole” and “Cannonball” slides along with the “Rapids” ride. Families can enjoy the “Lost Lagoon” family activity pool and “Rain Forest” multi-level treehouse with tunnels, fountains and slides. Kids can also have fun at the “Waterfall Bubble Pool”, “SCS Activity Pool” and the “Kiddie Pirate Ship Activity Pool”.
For more information on these Maryland theme parks, please contact:
Jolly Roger at the Pier
2901 Coastal Highway
Ocean City, MD 21842
Jolly Roger at 30th Street with Splash Mountain & Speedworld
30th Street and Coastal Highway
Ocean City, MD 21842
Six Flags America is a 58-acre theme park in the Baltimore area that also includes Paradise Island Water Park. Open April through October, it features over 100 rides and attractions as well as a variety of live entertainment and meet-and-greets with Bugs Bunny and other Looney Tunes characters.
The park is home to eight roller coasters that include the “Superman: Ride of Steel”, “Joker’s Jinx” and “Batwing” along with the “Mind Eraser” and the “Two-Face: The Flip Side” inverted coasters.
Free fall rides include the “Tower of Doom” and the 180-foot tall “SkyCoaster”.
Six Flags America features several family rides including the spinning “Rodeo”, “High Seas” pirate ship and the “Cyclone” scrambler.
Other family attractions include the “Flying Carousel”, “Avalanche” and the “Octopus”. Water rides include “Shipwreck Falls” flume and the “The Penguin’s Blizzard River” and “Renegade Rapids” whitewater raft rides.
Looney Tunes Movie Town is an area with over a dozen rides and attractions just for kids, including the multi-level treehouse, “Looney Tunes Prop Warehouse”. Movie Town rides include “Daffy’s Movie Town Tours”, PePe Lepew’s Tea Party”, “Taz’s Film Works” swings along with “Sylvester’s Pounce and Bounce” and “The Great Chase” family coaster. Other kiddie rides include the “Foghorn Leghorn’s Tinsel Town Train”, “Circus of the Stars” bumper cars and the “Animation Department” carousel.
Paradise Island Water Park is included in the price of admission and includes the “Castaway Creek” lazy river and “Hurricane Bay” wave pool. Thrill rides include the “Tony Hawk’s Halfpipe” and the “Tornado” six-story funnel ride. Guests can enjoy the spiral “Vortex” and “Riptide” slides as well as the”Paradise Plunge” and “Reef Runner” enclosed flumes. Other slides include the “Bahama Blast”, “Hammerhead”, “Mako” and the four slides of the “Hurricane Mountain” slide complex.
Kids can climb around in the five-story interactive treehouse, “Crocodile Cal’s Caribbean Beach House” and enjoy the mild “Bamboo Chutes” and “Calypso Cannonballs” slides.
For more information on this Maryland theme park, please contact:
Six Flags America & Paradise Island
13710 Central Avenue
Bowie/ Mitchellville, MD 20721
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