It’s a Funhouse! Wisconsin Amusement Parks
Last Updated: 6/30/2013
For a fun afternoon with the family, you don’t have to travel far. There are amusement parks, arcades, waterparks and play places dotted all over Wisconsin. You’ll find a few of our picks below, from timeless attractions to a high-tech indoor complex.
Bay Beach:Bay Beach Amusement Park has been a popular recreation spot since 1910. (Fun fact: Its first roller-coaster attraction opened in 1901!) Take your pack to this Green Bay amusement park and enjoy boats, bumper cars, and a 100-foot slide. And at 25 cents per ride ticket, Bay Beach is a travel bargain. Later, you can tour the park grounds and take in a view of the bay on the Bay Beach Train, a visitor favorite since 1956.
Action City:With rides, arcade games and a rock-climbing wall, Action City is the perfect weekend getaway. Located in the Metropolis Resort in Eau Claire, Action City also boasts an indoor go-kart track -- making it a great rainy day destination for the family. Visitors are welcome for the day and don’t have to be guests at the hotel.
Little Amerricka:Boasting 26 attractions, including the Whiskey River Railway, Little Amerricka offers big fun to the Madison region. Bring the family, pack a picnic, and enjoy a ferris wheel, bumper boats, and parachute tower.
Breaker Bay Waterpark: Blue Harbor Resort’s 54,000-square-foot indoor water park and entertainment area is a year-round destination in Sheboygan. You don’t have to stay at the resort to enjoy slides, tubing and climbing ropes.
Affordable, accessible entertainment awaits! What is your favorite Wisconsin amusement park? Let us know in a comment below.This entry was posted in Things to Do