Choose from Three Options
- $25 for one day of unlimited rides with one corn dog or funnel cake and souvenir cup with unlimited Pepsi product refills for one ($36.99 value)
- $49 for one day of unlimited rides with two corn dogs or funnel cakes and souvenir cups with unlimited Pepsi product refills for one for two ($73.98 value)
- $75 for one day of unlimited rides with four corn dogs or funnel cakes and souvenir cups with unlimited Pepsi product refills for one for four ($121.99 value)
The park’s rides and attractions include a classic Ferris wheel, a swinging ship called the Sea Dragon. Guests may also visit the Riptide Roller Coaster, The Bullet, or The Trabant. Nostalgia enthusiasts can experience the 1937 Caterpillar Ride and cars from 1949.
Miracle Strip Amusement Park
Although true time travel is still a thing of science fiction, Teddy and Jenny Meeks have captured a similar sensation at Miracle Strip Amusement Park. Though the original, decades-old park closed in 2004, the couple brought it back to life In 2009 by purchasing the 1964 Allan Herschell Carousel that had previously been one of its most iconic attractions. The Meeks installed the ride in a 14 acre park beside Pier Park, and its 30 horses and two chariots were immediately swarmed with giddy riders—some children, and some adults who fondly remembered feeding the horses wooden apples at the carousel's former home. The spinning steeds so charmed the locals that Teddy and Jenny began a more comprehensive revival. They bought Miracle Strip's 1985 Balloon Race and 1952 Red Baron rides, and when they couldn't find the park's original 1975 Ferris wheel, they hunted for one of the same make and model.
The Big Eli wheel now awards its guests views over the Gulf of Mexico and several other classic rides, including a Tilt-a-Whirl. Flowers cloak hanging baskets adding to the venue's picturesque nostalgia.