Chippewa Lake Amusement Park is off of 82 Big Injun Trail, the village of Chippewa Lake, Medina County, Ohio.
The abandoned Gingerbread Castle is on 43 Gingerbread Castle Road in Hamburg, New Jersey.
Morgan’s Island Aruba Water Park is on J. E Irausquin Boulevard in Sasakiweg, Eagle Beach, island of Aruba.
The New Loudoun Castle Theme Park is off of route A719 in the town of Galston, East Ayrshire, the United Kingdom.
Boblo Island Amusement Park can be found on the lower portion of Bois Blanc Island (commonly referred to as Boblo Island), just below Sunset Court Road, in Amherstburg, Ontario, Canada.
The Enchanted Forest amusement park is on 909 Main Street (also called Nooseneck Hill Road / route 3) in Hope Valley, Hopkinton, Rhode Island. 02832.
The now derelict Splendid China Amusement Park is located on 3000 Splendid China Boulevard in Kissimmee, Citrus Ridge, Four Corners, Florida. It can also be viewed from Funie Steed Road and Formosa Gardens Boulevard.
Camelot Theme Park can be found at the end of Park Hall Road at the last left before Mill Lane, Charnock Richard, Chorley, Lancashire, England.
The now abandoned Mr. Blobby House ‘Dunblobbin’ is located in the rear of the former ‘Crinkley Bottom’ Cricket Park Wildlife Park, in Cricket St. Thomas, Somerset, England.
Nara Dreamland (奈良ドリームランド or Nara dorīmurando) is a well known shut down theme park located on Nara-ken, Nara-shi, Hōrensahoyama, ２丁目１−１in Japan.
Freestyle Music Park (formerly the Hard Rock Park) is located on Theater Drive, Myrtle Beach, Horry County, South Carolina.
This abandoned amusement park is located in Chake-Chake city, on Pemba Island, Zanzibar, Tanzania, Africa.
Kulturpark Plänterwald, better known as Spreepark, is located in Plänterwald, the borough of Treptow-Köpenick, Berlin, Germany.
The Six Flags (also known as Zombieland) located on 5930 Michoud Blvd in New Orleans, Louisiana. Abandoned since 2005 it has become a popular attraction for Urban Explorers as well as Hollywood. The park was featured in the upcoming film Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters.
Disney's River Country was the first water park at the Walt Disney World Resort. It was originally thought to be called "Pop's Willow Grove".