Enjoy family-friendly thrills at affordable prices when you visit Fun Spot America in Orlando and Kissimmee (White Lightning wooden roller coaster pictured).
Updated May 5, 2021
With locations in Orlando and Kissimmee, Fun Spot America has been providing affordable, family-friendly fun for more than 20 years and counting. Here's a look at everything there is to see and do at both amusement parks, and why you'll want to check them out the next time you're in Orlando!
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Fun Spot America: Twice the Locations, Twice the Fun
Although they share a name, Fun Spot's Central Florida locations offer distinct experiences for visitors, and each park has some exclusive rides. However, both parks' attractions are grouped into parallel categories: Thrill Rides, Coasters, Family Rides, Kiddie Rides, Go-Karts and the Arcade Midway.
The Orlando location's newest thrill is Headrush 360, a patriotically painted, 40-foot-plus-tall attraction that will turn you upside down, sideways and just about every other way imaginable. Fun Spot in Orlando also features the second-tallest SkyCoaster ride. (Wondering where the tallest is? Fun Spot in Kissimmee!)
Other attractions at the Orlando location include the Hot Seat swing ride, the spinning Rip Curl and the gravity-defying Enterprise. At Kissimmee, which also has Hot Seat and SkyCoaster, you can go up and down on Screaming Eagles or spin round and round — and then backwards — on Flying Bobs.
Orlando's roller coasters are Freedom Flyer, an inverted steel coaster with a virtual-reality option, and the wooden White Lightning. At Kissimmee, you can choose between the Rockstar Coaster or the wooden Mine Blower — which also goes upside down!
Ready for some family fun? At Kissimmee, options include swinging on Yo-Yo or riding the Ferris Wheel, which was imported from Italy. Other family attractions at the Kissimmee park include Tilt-a-Whirl, Screamer and Bumper Kars.
Orlando's Ferris wheel is called Revolver, and this park's Bumper Kars attraction is joined by Bumper Boats. Orlando also has Tilt-a-Whirl and Screamer, as well as the Scramblur — named as such because everything's a blur while you're spinning!
Fun Spot's Orlando and Kissimmee parks also have gentler fun for younger guests, including the Carousel and Fun Slide at both locations. In Orlando, kid rides include Cadet Track, Frog Hopper, Happy Swing, Kiddie Swings, Sea Serpent, Scooby Boo, Super Trucks and Tea Cups. And in Kissimmee, children can look forward to Baron Planes, Castlemania, Convoy, Fun Slide, Kiddie Bumper Cars and Kiddie Coaster.
Last but not least, Florida's Fun Spot locations feature multiple go-kart tracks, including Chaos Track and Vortex Track in Kissimmee, and Commander, Conquest, Thrasher and Quad Helix in Orlando. Both venues also boast classic midway games and expansive video arcades. As if all that wasn't enough, admission is free, with attractions being available on an a-la-carte or day-pass basis. Have fun out there!
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