Named for its proximity to Washington D.C., this park is full of history. Check out one wild rollercoaster that has been delighting its riders since 1917, as well as plenty of other modern thrills for both kids and adults alike.
With the chance to view a number of exotic animals like sharks, lions and tigers (just to name a few), this California location is ideal for animal lovers. Make sure not to miss all of the great animal performances, thrilling rides and great attractions this California theme park has to offer.
Featuring an intense steel coaster, a fun kids area and a convenient location near San Antonio, this Texas park is much more fun than your average fiesta.
This New Jersey theme park is one of the biggest and best around. Featuring famous coasters, exotic animals and even a safari, this rip-roaring theme park offers something for everyone.
Located in the suburbs of Chicago, this theme park has it all. Test your fortitude on super speedy rollercoasters, let the kids frolic in their very own play area or cool off at the adjacent water park for a vacation you'll never forget.
Located in Lake George, this New York park offers exciting rides and thrills for every member of the family.
Featuring more rollercoasters than you will find pretty much anywhere else, this California classic is a thrill-seeker’s paradise. Whether you want to experience insane drops, intense speeds or mind-bending loops, twists and inversions, there is a coaster at this park with your name on it.
This park stands as perhaps the best theme park in all of New England. With more than 10 rollercoasters, it is easy to see why. With plenty of options for smaller visitors and an adjacent water park, this place is a must-visit for anyone in the northeast.
When it opened, the this Georgia family-favorite held the record for tallest, longest and fastest rollercoaster in the world. While this may no longer be the case, this classic wooden rollercoaster and a number of modern steel rollercoasters still serve up plenty of heart-pounding excitement at this Austell, Georgia theme park.
This Arlington theme park was the first to be called Six Flags. Hotel locations nearby make it easy to access the kind of Texas-sized attractions that have been keeping visitors happy for years. Make sure not to miss the classic thrills of the wooden rollercoaster or the chance to swing suspended 400 feet in the air on another coaster.
This theme park near St. Louis offers nearly 40 rides and 10 rollercoasters. With the adjacent water park, there is no shortage of thrills and excitement for guests both big and small.
This 69-acre water park northwest of Atlanta offers something for everyone. Stay at Choice Hotels to enjoy all the fun!