From huge roller coasters and magical parades to fun games and even water parks, these places to get away from it all are full of things to do. There will always be a lot of people, especially during busy times or special events, but the memories you make will last forever. Florida’s best theme park is a difficult choice, in my opinion.
TravelPulse made a list of the best theme parks in each state. The website says, “From world-famous names like Walt Disney World to small family-owned parks on the boardwalk, this collection of great theme parks in each state is full of great places to feel like a kid all over again.”
“Nothing has been the same in the theme park game since Walt Disney World in Orlando, so with all due respect to the awesome honorable mention that is Universal Orlando Resort, nothing can top the ‘House of the Mouse.’ No matter your age, all four parks of Walt Disney World (Animal Kingdom, Magic Kingdom, Epcot, and Disney’s Hollywood Studios) will whisk you away to another place and create memories you’ll cherish for a lifetime.”
Me, personally… I guess if we are looking at overall enjoyment, I can see why this takes the cake. But in MY opinion (and my opinion only), the constant inflating prices at all things Disney has me a bit upset. This is supposed to be the most magical place on the planet. And, I would think Walt would have wanted his world of amazingness to be consumed by any and all. And with today’s prices, that seems more and more difficult. In my humble opinion… our very own Busch Gardens Tampa holds a special place in my heart, and it’s always a good time! Not to mention, you don’t have to hop on I4 to get there. Ok. Rant off.
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