Texas is a state in which everything is impressive. They do say that everything is big in the state and you can easily expect the theme parks to be the same. In the state there are actually 14 parks that are large and various different small ones. With this in mind, you can so easily find so many interesting options that can be taken into account if you love theme parks.
Six Flags Fiesta Texas
Six Flags amusement parks are renowned all around the country and the one in Texas is wonderful. Located at 17000 IH-10 West, entry fee is close to $60 for adults and $42 for children. There are many interesting rides that are available, allowing people of all ages and tastes to be entertained. That is especially the case for those that enjoy the big thrills.
The main attraction here is Rattler. It is a long wooden roller coaster, one of the largest in the world. Superman Krypton is a huge steel coaster that has no floor and speed goes as high as you would imagine with Poltergeist. Reaching 60 miles per hour in just 4 seconds is wonderful.
Six Flags Fiesta Texas offers over 20 rides that are tailored just for the children. If it is summer, a water park is also available so you can cool off as you wish.
Galveston Island Historic Pleasure Pier
The park is located on Galveston Island, on Seawall Blvd at 2501. An adult would need to pay $17 and for a child you have to pay $14. We are talking about a theme park that cost $60 million and now offers so much fun through 14 rides, entertainment, midway games, food venues and shops. There is a great opportunity offered here for those that love adventure, with some rides taking you right over the sea.
Those that visit want to seriously consider enjoying Iron Shark. This is a roller coaster that has a 100 feet vertical climb leading towards a drop at 52 miles per hour. We should include Revolution on the list and the tallest state swing ride, Texas Star.
When visiting San Antonio, theme park lovers want to go to 5223 David Edwards Dr. For $15 per adult and $10 per child, a great experience can be enjoyed. Morgan’s Wonderland is basically a theme park that is unique, living up to the wonderland name.
All things present here are accessible for people with disabilities. That is because of the wishes of owners, the Hartman family. Their daughter is a child with special needs. You can thus experience wheelchair swings, fishing ward and some off road vehicles, together with pirates island and a music garden.