On Friday, June 1, Quassy Amusement Park in Middlebury opens full-time for the 2018 season.

Lucky for you, mom and dad, Quassy is one of the most affordable amusement parks in the United States. Hometogo.com evaluated 45 of America's best theme parks across 31 states and have come up with The 2018 Amusement Park Price Rankings and I'm proud to report that Quassy is in the Top 5! Let's check out the 5 most inexpensive amusement parks across the country.

  1. Cliff's Amusement Park - Albuquerque, NM. - A One-day all-ride adult ticket runs $25.99 and kids(ages 3-7) cost $22.99.
  2. Castles & Coasters - Phoenix, Arizona - $29.99 for all-day unlimited rides
  3. Frontier City - Oklahoma City, OK - $31.99(adults) - $29.99(under 48")
  4. Quassy Amusement Park - Middlebury, CT. - $28.99(adults) - $24.99(under 45")
  5. Canobie Lake Park - Salem, NH. - $39.00(adults) - $29.00(under 48")

Lake Compounce in Bristol, CT came in #15 with their all-day ride pass price of $41.99 and Six Flags New England in Agawam, MA came in #29 with a price of $57.99 for their one-day pass.

Six Flags New England - Photo Credit - Coaster Studios YouTube Video

The most expensive theme park in the country is Universal Studios Hollywood with an average one-day ticket price of $129.00. If you want to get up close and personal with all sorts of wildlife, you can drop $170.00 at Discovery Cove in Orlando during the winter but close to $200 per person in the summer.

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