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8 AMUSEMENT PARKS IN THE U.S.  CTHAT ARE COMPLETELY FREE TO ENTER 

Knoebels

Knoebels Amusement Resort, family-owned since opening in 1926, is America's largest free-admission amusement park. That means guests can choose what they'd like to spend their money on, be it rides (you pay per ride) or food.

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Navy Pier

Nestled on the shores of Lake Michigan in Chicago, you'll find 3,300 feet of family fun — with a view you can't beat.

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Luna Park in Coney Island

NYC's Coney Island is iconic and worth a visit in and of itself. While there, stop by the free-to-enter Luna Park.

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Hershey's Chocolate World

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Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk

Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk not only has an "open gate" policy, but it has a ton of free entertainment options too.

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Fun Spot America

You'll find those perks at all three locations (one of which is a stone's throw from Disney World, if you're already visiting).

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Adventurer's Amusement Park

One more for the Empire State! Located on the Gravesend Bay, Adventurer's Amusement Park is a quaint, almost fair-style park with an open-gate, pay-per-ride policy. All the classics — go-karts, slides, a ferris wheel — are there.

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Pacific Park on the Santa Monica Pier

Another boardwalk beauty! Santa Monica's famed pier is home to concession stands, biking routes, fishing spots and Pacific Park: Los Angeles's only admission-free amusement park.

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