Coney Island Amusement Park is classic in Cincinnati and has been entertaining guests since 1886.
Our family spent a relaxing afternoon exploring Coney Island. Coney Island brings back the nostalgia of the classic rides that you remember from your childhood.
The hard decision is deciding which area to start in first. Guest can chose rides at Coney Island or swim at Sunlight Pool. They can also purchase a combo ticket to enjoy the best of both worlds.
We decided to start at Coney Island and then head over to Sunlight Pool after a few rides.
There are a few thrill rides for guests to enjoy. We appreciated that the lines were pretty short for all of the rides that we chose that day.
Wipe Out is the newest thrill ride at Coney Island this year. It twists and turns in angles that keep riders on the edge…literally.
I can vouch that this ride will take you out of your comfort zone!
There are rides that are suited for every age and thrill level. Guests who do not plan on riding rides are not charged a fee and there are also free live performances several times a day as well. * There is a parking fee.
After riding a few rides we decided to cool off at Sunlight Pool. Sunlight Pool was originally built in 1925 and is STILL the world’s largest flat surfaced, recirculating pool.
You know the pool is HUGE when the lifeguards have a rowboat in the middle of the pool.
There is something for everyone at Sunlight Pool. There are lots of water slides and various water depths that are perfect for all age and swim levels.
We ventured back over to Coney Island after several hours at Sunlight Pool.
There are playgrounds at the amusement park and kids can use their imagination in the Kids Western Town.
There are also signs of floods of the past.
We loved riding the Como Cruisers and the paddle boats on the lake .
We missed the show at Moonlight Gardens that day but the building brought back memories or my grandparent’s 50th wedding anniversary celebration and my senior prom that both took place there.
There are plenty of food options located at various concession stands in the park if you get hungry during your visit.
Our family had a great time at Coney Island and created lots of great memories that day.
You can find out more about Coney Island Amusement Park to plan your next adventure from their website.
Coney Island is located at 6201 Kellogg Ave.,Cincinnati, OH 45230
Disclosure: I was given complimentary tickets for review purpose. All opinions are my own.