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Eight Animated Amusement Parks We Wish We Could Visit

Published on May 2, 2020

Right now, if you want to visit a theme park, your options are supremely limited. But after you’ve watched all of the roller coaster POV videos and walked around your favorite parks on Google Maps, there’s not much more you can do in order to scratch the theme park itch.

This got us thinking about fictional theme parks that have been depicted in movies, television shows, and in at least once case, inside of an already existing ride. While some of the parks are loosely-based on the “real” parks we know and love, we’ll never be able to visit these parks in person, even though we really want to.

Dream Park

Ocean Shores Amusement Park from Rocket Power

Appears In: Rocket Power (Season 1, Episode 5)

Rocket Power’s setting of Ocean Shores, California is an amalgamation of multiple southern California cities, so it would make sense that the seaside piers would make an appearance as well. Dream Park is loosely based off of Pacific Park at the Santa Monica Pier, and features a Ferris wheel, roller coaster, and multiple midway games.


Krusty at Krustyland

Appears In: The Simpsons Ride (Universal Studios Florida, Universal Studios Hollywood) & Multiple Simpsons Episodes

Wonder Wharf

Wonder Wharf from Bob's Burgers

Appears In: Bob’s Burgers

Glove World

Spongebob and Patrick outside of Glove World

Appears In: Spongebob Squarepants (Multiple Episodes)


Tiny Toon Adventures HappyWorldLand

Appears In: Tiny Toon Adventures: How I Spent My Vacation (1992)

Luna Park

Luna Park from Futurama

Appears In: Futurama (Multiple Episodes)

Moron Mountain

Moron Mountain from Space Jam

Appears In: Space Jam (1996)


Cartmanland from South Park

Appears In: South Park, Season 5, Episode 6 (2001)


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