One man's love of trains turned into an amusement park to showcase the ones he owns. The surroundings at Little A-merrick-A are spartan. You will encounter rides set out on the pavement and not much else. There is a kiddie-ride area, but most rides can be enjoyed by the whole family.
Unfortunately for the city folk, you can smell the nearby farms, and there isn't much shade in the heart of summer. The park is serviced by a traditional snack bar.
Little Amerricka is far from little and few steps above a perma carnival. The owner builds and maintains the rides which shows a level of caring that you don't see at the major chains.
All of the rides are family friendly with nothing too extreme or over the top. Be sure to take a trip on the railroad or monorail as they offer views of the park you can't get by walking around. The woodie is nice but watch out for the tobagon!
Little Amerricka is a small family park serving a small town. It only has one thrill ride, a roll-o-plane, which is scarier than most modern day thrill rides. The three steel coasters are janky, but fun and the wood coaster is very smooth. The train is fantastic, taking riders through animal filled farmlands. The mini golf is also above average. Employees are nice and will have conversations with those waiting in line. The food is basic, but cheap and well made. Never had issues with trash.
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