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There are two locally.

Darien Lake in Corfu, NY outer ring suburb of Buffalo, which used to be associated with Six Flags but is now independant. It has amusement rides and a full water park. It actually started in the late 70's as just a water park.

 

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Previous one

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We also have Fantasy Island in Grand Island NY, between Buffalo and Niagara Falls, which is geared more to the "Under 12" Crowd.

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I'm not a big fan of amusement parks, but Dollywood (Pigeon Forge, TN) has to be the one I've enjoyed the most:

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EDIT: @nash61, Canada's Wonderland's logo reminds me of King's Island (Mason, OH), which is also a theme park:

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35 minutes ago, timberwolf said:

Take out some of the gradients and little details and this would actually be a solid athletic logo. As a ride logo, it's one of the best.

 

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(In case you can't tell, this is at Canada's Wonderland)

 

 

 

I like it, but the neck seems too long and the jaw/teeth don't look right. It's a great logo, otherwise.

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41 minutes ago, leopard88 said:

 

Reminds me of this --

 

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And then there is my favorite amusement park --

 

 

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I spent a good bit of time at both of these as a kid (grew up in Lancaster, PA). I haven't been to either in years, but I drive past DW when on my way to my parents' house.

 

I wish the Hershey logo still had the rainbow ferris wheel thing on it, but I like how versatile the new one is for Halloween, Christmas and stuff

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On 8/9/2016 at 1:00 PM, mr.nascar13 said:

EDIT: @nash61, Canada's Wonderland's logo reminds me of King's Island (Mason, OH), which is also a theme park:

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Both parks are owned by Cedar Fair, and were both previously owned by Paramount from 1993-2006. Paramount parks had a logo template that included the movie studio logo and a standard typeface. Cedar Fair parks used to have unique logos for each park, but after they acquired the Paramount parks, they introduced new logos for all the parks based on the style and typeface of Cedar Point's logo. The only park that didn't adopt the Cedar Point typeface is Knott's Berry Farm.

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13 hours ago, burgundy said:

 

Both parks are owned by Cedar Fair, and were both previously owned by Paramount from 1993-2006. Paramount parks had a logo template that included the movie studio logo and a standard typeface. Cedar Fair parks used to have unique logos for each park, but after they acquired the Paramount parks, they introduced new logos for all the parks based on the style and typeface of Cedar Point's logo. The only park that didn't adopt the Cedar Point typeface is Knott's Berry Farm.

 

correct.

Carowinds (Charlotte NC/ Ft.Mill SC) was in that group too. the property is on the NC/SC state line so they promoted both state flags on the old logos.

 

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