Saddle Up! These Texas Theme Parks Offer Some Wild Rides

If you're betting on the Lone Star state to deliver Texas-sized fun, you'll win that bet. Everything is bigger in Texas, and theme parks are no exception.

Statista forecasts annual revenue from Texas amusement and theme parks to top 779 million U.S. dollars by 2024. With so many to choose from, theme parks are one of the best entertainment options, no matter which part of the second-largest state in America you visit.

It opened in 1961 and was the first theme park to feature Broadway-style shows. With award-winning roller coasters, dining, shopping, and other entertainment, you'll find plenty to do at this popular destination.

Six Flags Over Texas

Six Flags offers some of the most exciting rides in Texas, including the Titan. This hyper coaster features a twister track layout, and at 245 feet high and 85 mph, it holds the record for the tallest and fastest roller coaster in Texas.

Look no further than Morgan's Wonderland in San Antonio for an inclusive theme park in Texas. This fantastic attraction was explicitly designed for people with special needs and features 25 accessible rides and facilities for guests of all ages and abilities.

Morgan's Wonderland

Here, you will find natural beauty, history, and adventure all rolled into one. Wonder World is known as the first show cave in Texas and is America's only real example of an earthquake-formed cave.

Wonder World Cave and Adventure Park

This inspiring marine-life theme park offers countless exhibits, shows, attractions, and experiences to explore. You'll learn about different species of marine animals, interact with them up close, and enjoy exciting rides and activities.

SeaWorld San Antonio

Located in New Caney, Big Rivers is a family-friendly waterpark that offers 6-story water slides, wave pools, and the largest lazy river in the Houston area. It's the best place to visit during the hot Texas summers.

Big Rivers Waterpark & Adventures

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