New York Attractions

New York attractions are listed below in alphabetical order.

Harris Hill Park

Harris Hill Park is a small family amusement park in Elmira that is open April through September. Attractions include an arcade, batting cages, miniature golf, driving range and go-karts. The park also features six kiddie rides, sailplane rides and The Sailplane Museum.

For more information on this New York amusement park, please contact:

Harris Hill Park
557 Harris Hill Road
Elmira, NY 14903

Midway State Park

Midway State Park is a small amusement park in Bemus Point that is one of the oldest continually operating amusement parks in the United States. Open Memorial Day through Labor Day. Attractions include an arcade, rock climbing walls, miniature golf, Go Karts and bumper boats. It also features over a dozen carnival rides that include a carousel, “Tilt-a-Whirl “, a kiddie coaster and the “Dragon” family coaster.

For more information on this New York amusement park, please contact:

Midway State Park
4859 Route 430
Bemus Point, NY 14712

Roseland Waterpark

Roseland Waterpark is a 56-acre park located in Canandaigua within the Finger Lakes Region. Open June through September, it includes a wave pool, the lazy “Adventure River” and the “Mammoth” family raft ride. Slides include the “Cliff” and Twister” speed slides and the “Hurricane”, “Tornado” and “Screamer” tube slides. Kids will enjoy the multi-level play structure, six slides and tipping bucket of the “Splash Factory” interactive play area. Other amenities include the “Water Wars” area and sand volleyball.

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Roseland Waterpark
250 Eastern Boulevard
Canandaigua, NY 14425

Rye Playland Park

Rye Playland Park is a 280-acre boardwalk amusement park located on Long Island Sound. Operated by Westchester County, it is the only government owned-and-operated amusement park in the nation and was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1987. It is open May through September and features over 50 rides and attractions, fireworks show and live music shows.

Rides include the “Super Flight” and “Dragon” roller coasters, “Double Shot” tower drop and the “Playland Plunge” and “Log Flume” water rides. The Kiddyland area features two dozen rides and attractions for the younger guests, including a kiddy coaster, “Flying Dragons”, “Sky Skater” and mini “Scrambler”.

Other park amenities include an arcade, miniature golf and the Ice Casino ice skating rink. Guests can also enjoy the park’s pool and beach and go boating and kayaking on Playland Lake.

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Rye Playland Park
Playland Parkway
Rye, NY 10580

Seabreeze Park

Seabreeze Park is a 40-acre theme park in Rochester that also includes Raging Rivers Waterpark. Located near Lake Ontario, this Victorian-themed park is the country's fourth oldest amusement park and is open May through September. The park includes an arcade, midway games, live shows and over 75 rides and attractions, including the Carousel Museum.

Seabreeze Park features four roller coasters, including the “Bear Trax” and “Bobsleds” coasters along with the “Whirlwind” spinning coaster. It is also home to the “Jack Rabbit” wooden coaster which is oldest continually operated coaster in America. Other rides include the log flume, carousel, “Crazy Cups” and “Sea Dragon”.

Raging Rivers WaterPark is located within Seabreeze Park and features a lazy ricer, wave pool and two children’s play areas. Tube slides include the “Helix” funnel slide along with the “Vortex” and “Riptide”. Other slides include the “Radical Run”, “Zoom Flume” and “Banzai Pipeline”. Kids will enjoy the mini slides and interactive water features of the “Looney Lagoon” and “Soak Zone”.

For more information on this New York theme park, please contact:

Seabreeze Park
4600 Culver Road
Rochester, NY 14622

Six Flags - The Great Escape
& Splashwater Kingdom

Six Flags - The Great Escape is a 140-acre theme park that also includes the 12-acre water park, Splashwater Kingdom.

Opened in 1954 as Storytown USA, it became Great Escape in 1983 and features five themed areas with over 100 attractions, 45 rides, live stage shows and meet and greets with favorite Looney Tunes characters.

The park is home to six roller coasters that include the world-famous “Comet” wooden coaster, “Canyon Blaster” and “Alpine Bobsled” coaster along with the “Boomerang Coast to Coaster” and Steamin' Demon” looping coasters.

Other thrill rides include the “Sky Coaster” and “Olympiad Grand Prix” go-karts.

Family rides include the “Giant Wheel” Ferris wheel, “Blizzard” scrambler, “Condor” and “Flying Trapeze” swings. Other rides include the “Cannonball Express”, “Turbo Bungee” and the “Trabant” spinning flat ride. Water rides include the “Desperado Plunge” log flume and the “Raging River” whitewater raft ride.

This New York theme park features three children’s areas that include Storytown, Looney Tunes National Park and Wiggles World. Storytown features many of the miniature nursery rhyme houses from the Storytown USA era and also includes a petting zoo, “Swan Boats”, “Storytown Train” and “Cinderella’s Coach”.

Looney Tunes National Park includes “TAZ’S Twisters”, “Tweety’s Tweehouse”, “Speedy Gonzales Camptown Racers” and the “Road Runner Express” family coaster. This area also includes the “Elmer Fudd Scenic Railway”, “Yosemite Sam Shore Patrol” boat ride.

Wiggles World is the newest children’s area in the park and features rides and attractions designed especially for children between two and six years old. It features the “Big Red Cars”, “Big Red Planes” and “Dorothy’s Rosy Tea Cups”.

Splashwater Kingdom is a small water park located within Great Escape and is included with the cost of admission. It is open Memorial day through Labor Day and features ten slides and attractions, including “Capt’n Hook’s Adventure River” and the “Lumberjack Splash” wave pool.

Slides include the two enclosed slides of “Black Cobra” and the “Banshee Plunge” tube slide as well as “Blue Typhoon” and “Twister Falls”. Raft thrill rides include the ”Mega Wedgie” and the six-story funnel ride, “Tornado”. Kids will enjoy the “Noah’s Sprayground” and the five-story tree house, “Paul Bunyan's Bucket Brigade”, with tunnels, slides and tipping bucket.

Six Flags - The Great Escape is open May through October with varying days and hours.

For more information on this New York theme park, please contact:

Six Flags - The Great Escape & Splashwater Kingdom
1172 State Route 9
Queensbury, NY 12804

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