Ride a Sprinter Van Rental in NYC and Explore Pennsylvania’s Amusement Parks

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Pennsylvania is home to at least 12.8 million people and is known as the State of Independence because of its historic sites some of which go back to the time of the Revolutionary War. It is also a contrast of ideas from having bustling metropolitan areas to farming communities. You can just expect a diverse set of attractions that you can visit on a sprinter van rental in NYC.


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The state is the sixth most populous in the United States and its five most populous cities include Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Allentown, Erie, and Reading. Its state capital is Harrisburg. It is one of the 13 founding states of the country. It has a variety of amusement parks that you definitely should not miss. So call Custom Coach and Limo at +1 (866) 952-8737 and visit these amusement parks soon.


Conneaut Lake Park, which is open in the summer and is a well-known tourist attraction in the region. The amusement resort has the Blue Streak Coaster, which the American Coaster Enthusiasts has declared as historic. The park has two dozen rides and a pair of roller coasters in its 200 acres of space. The park also features a Kiddieland with 12 rides for the tykes, including Water Rotters, Kiddie Carousel, Little Dipper, and Dune Buggies, among others.


Then go to DelGrosso's Amusement Park in Tipton, where you have two roller coasters and five water rides. It also features a go-cart racing track, a water park pavilion, a mini golf course, and a huge kiddie land. It also hosts events such as the Summer Thunder fireworks display on Independence Day, Native American Pow Wow, HarvestFest and Italian Festival.


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Safety, convenience and luxury are just some of the reasons why you should get on a sprinter van rental in NYC if you plan to have a family vacation. Custom Coach and Limo is encouraging you to check out the amusement parks in Pennsylvania.


Dutch Wonderland has 48 acres of space and features rides for families and small kids. Dutch Wonderland gives you a kingdom for kid. It has close to three dozen rides, an interactive water play area, and several seasonal events for both Christmas and Halloween. Check out the two roller coasters here, including Kingdom Coaster and Joust. Other rides include bumper cars, Astroliner, Capital BlueCross Monorail, Dutch Wonder House, Double Splash Flume, Gondola Cruise, Wonder Whip, and the Twister.


Knoebels Amusement Resort combines a picnic grove, campground, and amusement park in one place. It has been open for nine decades and features more than five dozen rides, including six roller coasters: Phoenix, Twister, Flying Turns, Kozmo's Kurves, Black Diamond, and Impulse. The Elysburg, Pennsylvania amusement park has been named by Travel Channel as the second top family friendly amusement parks in the United States, as well as 15 Golden Ticket Awards from Amusement Today. The kids would love the two carousels, and two miniature railways. Other rides here include bumper cars, the Flyer, the Satellite, Roto-Jet, Haunted Mansion, Cosmotron, Scenic Skyride, the Aladdin Carpet, the Wipeout, PowerSurge, StratosFear, Crazy Sub, and the Skyslide.


After spending a day at these great amusement parks, relax inside a sprinter van rental in NYC where you can stretch your legs and have a nap while you go to your next destination. You will have your own driver to do all the driving for you so all you need to think about is where you want to go next. Call us at +1 (866) 952-8737 to reserve yours today!


Get on a sprinter van rental in NYC and go to HersheyPark.


Hersheypark in Derry Township was founded as a leisure park for Hershey Chocolate Company employees but is now open to the public. There are around 70 rides in the amusement park, including 13 roller coasters and 14 water rides. With close to 3.2 million visitors, the chocolate themed park has 121 acres of space separated into several themes:


Founder’s Way: The first themed area in Hersheypark that features rustic architecture and several stores. You can eat at Hersheypark Place or buy from the gift shops located in this area. Kissing Tower Hill where you can find several rides such as the Convoy, Flying Falcon and Red Baron, as well as the classic attractions, such as the Sunoco Twin Turnpike, Kissing Tower, Great Bear, and Coal Cracker, as well as the Minetown Arcade, Hersheypark Amphitheater, Minetown Restaurant, and the Hersheypark Aquatheater.


Music Box Way has several musical entertainment available for you. While, Pioneer Frontier is southwestern themed and has four roller coasters: Trailblazer, Storm Runner, Fahrenheit, and Sidewinder, as well as the Frontier Flyers, Mini Scrambler, and the Howler. Further, there's Midway America, which has three roller coasters, the Whip, Music Express, Merry Derry Dip Fun Slides, three rides for the kids and a Ferris wheel. Lastly, there is the Boardwalk waterpark, the newest themed area where you have the Roller Soaker, Canyon River Rapids, Tidal Force, and the Seaquel.


Lakemont Park in Altoona, Pennsylvania, has the Leap-The-Dips, the world's oldest roller coaster that is still operating. It has more than two dozen rides, including four roller coasters and four water rides. Some of the rides you can find here include German Swings, Paddle Boats, Monster Motorway Go-Karts, Scrambler, Bumper Cars, Lakemont Park Railroad, Ferris wheel, and Wet Boats. The park also has some great kiddie rides as well, such as Pony Carts, Kiddie Wheel, 4 X 4, and Kid's Mini Indy. Lakemont Park, having opened in the 1890s is among the oldest amusement parks in the country.


Idlewild and Soak Zone opened in the 1870s and currently has 40 rides that includes 16 water rides and two roller coasters. Located in Laurel Highlands, the park's many attractions include:


Olde Idlewild, which is centered around the Philadelphia Toboggan Company Carousel. The carousel has been at the park since the 1930s. Other features here include the Merry-Go-Round, the wooden Rollo Coaster, the Wild Mouse, and the Scrambler. You also have the Hootin' Holler section, which resembles a common 19th century Western town complete with several structures such as a general store, wood shops, a blacksmith, a sheriff's office and a restaurant.


Soak Zone is Idlewild's water park, while Jumpin' Jungle is its interactive play area. Other attractions here include Raccoon Lagoon, Story Book Forest, and the Ligonier Highland Games.


Kennywood first opened in 1899 and is located in West Mifflin. This amusement park is special because it is one of only two that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Check out the themed areas here such as Kiddieland, which was among the first kids' ride areas in the entire world; Lost Kennywood, and Volcano Valley. It also has unique roller coasters such as the Jack Rabbit, Thunderbolt, Exterminator, and SkyRocket. Other rides you can find here include Auto Race, Bayern Kurve, Gran Prix, and Swing Shot. There are also three dark rides that you can go on: Ghostwood Estate, Noah's Ark, and Garfield's Nightmare. Lastly, go on their water rides, such as the Pittsburgh Plunge, Log Jammer, and Raging Rapids.


Erie, Pennsylvania has Waldameer Park and Water World, which is the fourth oldest amusement park in the state, and the tenth oldest in the United States. The park charges no admission fees and has picnic facilities and a midway. You would, however, need to pay for a wristband or individual ride tickets to ride. Rides here include roller coasters (Comet, Ravine Flyer III, Steel Dragon, and Ravine Flyer II), thrill rides (X-Scream, Ali Baba, Wipeout, Sea Dragon, Tilt-A-Whirl, Paratrooper, Spider, Mega Vortex, Flying Swings, and Music Express), Gentle rides (Ferris wheel, Whacky Shack, Dodgems, L. Ruth Express Train, Pirate's Cove Fun House, Grand Carousel, Sky Ride, S.S. Wally, and Wendy's Tea Party), kiddie rides (Frog Hopper, Big Rigs, Pony Ride, Kiddie Wet Boats, Sky Fighter, Umbrella Ride, Lil Toot, and Happy Swing) and the Thunder River water attraction. Water World, on the other hand, has close to a dozen major slides, Endless River, the Tad Pool kids complex and a heated relaxing pool.


You should also check out Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom. The amusement park also features a water park and has eight roller coasters and close to five dozen rides and around 18 water rides. For extra thrills, ride the Steel Force roller coaster, one of the longest steel roller coaster around the globe and the second in the East Coast. Or get on Demon Drop, which is a freefall ride. The kids would love the family rides here, including the Antique Carousel, the Cedar Creek Cannonball, Wave Swinger and Zephyr Railroad. Water rides include the Thunder Creek Mountain and White Water Landing.


A sprinter van rental in NYC can easily take you to all the places you want at a fraction of the cost that you would need to pay for public transportation and any other types of transportation.


You could also go to Sesame Place.


Sesame Place is a theme park that is based on Sesame Street. The children's park is located in Langhorne, Pennsylvania where they can enjoy the shows, water attractions and rides. The park is divided into several lands, including:


  • Grover's Vapor Trail: Located at the park entrance, this is a roller coaster that even the small kids would enjoy.
  • Twiddlebug Land: Features the Twiddlebug characters and has the Sky Splash, Teeny Tiny Tidal Wave, Slimey's Chutes, Silly Sand Slides, and Mix n' Match Twiddle Tracks.
  • Sesame Island: Features the lazy river Big Bird's Rambling River and Ernie's Waterworks, a water play area.
  • Sesame Street: Where you would find the Sunny Day Carousel and Sesame Studios.
  • Splash Castle Area: This has the Count's Splash Castle, the parks biggest attraction and is a multi-level attraction that has more than 90 play elements, as well as the Sesame Streak and Slippery Slopes.
  • Elmo's World: Has Peek-A-Bug, Blast Off, Elmo's Cloud Chaser, and Flyin' Fish.
  • Sliding Land: Has Snuffy's Slides and Bert & Ernie's Slip & Slide.
  • Cookie's Monster Land: Features Captain Cookie's High C's Adventure, Oscar's Rusty Rotten Rockets, Honker Dinger Derby, Monster Mix-up, Flying Cookie Jars, Monster Clubhouse, and Mini Monster Clubhouse.


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