Amusement Parks in Riverdale


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  • Global Rallycross Championship
    Atlanta Motor Speedway regularly hosts some of the most elite races in NASCAR driving; Richard Petty and Dale Earnhardt, Jr. have both hugged its curves. The Speedway offers a lot of opportunities for fans to get close to the action, as well: pre-race pit passes provide the opportunity to pow-wow with favorite drivers before the competition.
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    1500 Hwy. 19/41
    Hampton, GA US
  • Atlanta Rocks!
    Atlanta Rocks' expansive vertical playground is home to hundreds of climbs, 50 top-rope stations, and more than 12,000 square feet of professionally set routes atop a safe climbing surface. All passionate climbers themselves, the staff has created interesting and intricate problems to solve for climbers of all skill levels. Climbers looking to enhance their know how can participate in one of the gym’s many programs, and the staff also drops knowledge on beginners with introductory climbing courses that include all required gear and cover subjects ranging from advanced lead climbing to the fundamentals of massaging knots out of tense rope.
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    1019 Collier Road NW, Ste A
    Atlanta, GA US
  • Skyview Atlanta
    Centennial Park falls away as the SkyView Ferris wheel lifts its passengers nearly 20 stories into the air. At its peak, the attraction provides bird's-eye views of the downtown sights—views that earned praise from both Atlanta magazine and USA Today. The wheel supports 42 enclosed, climate-controlled gondolas, each of which can hold up to six friends, family members, or aspiring astronauts on a budget. Rides can take as long as 15 minutes while the wheel makes four full rotations, providing guests with multiple opportunities to spot their favorite landmarks as the gondolas gently rise and then sink back toward the ground. SkyView also offers a VIP experience inside a luxury gondola with cozy leather seats and a glass floor.
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    168 Luckie Street Northwest
    Atlanta, GA US
  • The World of Coca-Cola
    Exhibits shed light on the history and worldwide appeal of the popular drink. Guests will get to spy vintage promotional materials (like 1970s branded beach pants), the vault where the secret formula is kept, and, finally, the sampling room, where they can taste samples of Coca-Cola drinks from around the world.
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    121 Baker St NW
    Atlanta, GA US
  • Suburban Lanes
    Brightly colored bowling balls careen down slick lanes, colliding with upright pins that spill over in a cacophony of satisfying crashes. Despite the help of bumpers and a last-second push from the tooth fairy, the 6-year-old who rolled the ball couldn't be more proud of his first strike. Up to eight guests can share a lane at Suburban Lanes' family-friendly facility, splitting time between cathartic bowling matches and the plethora of games in the arcade, including Ms. Pac-Man, Whack A Duck, and skee ball. On weekends, guests stay late to indulge in the black lights and neon colors of cosmic bowling, sipping on draft glasses of Shock Top, Magic Hat, or Pabst Blue Ribbon and sharing snacks of pizza, chicken tenders, or funnel cakes. Bowlers can get serious about their hatred of gutter balls by joining a league or competing in a tournament, with youngsters starting their bowling careers early in youth leagues or summer camps.
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    2619 N Decatur Rd.
    Decatur, GA US
  • Hazard County Skate Park
    Crafted by the same wood wizards who built ramps at Woodward's renowned skateboarding camps, Hazard County Skate Park is chock full of ramps, rails, soapboxes, and sweet transitions to appease skaters of all ages and skill levels. Beginners can embark on a four-wheeled adventure, learning basic skills such as how to push properly, how to drop in, and how to perform a 900-degree spin by pressing up arrow while holding the B button. More advanced riders scoot closer to board mastery by focusing on kick flips, front 360 flips, the pop shove it, and various grinds and grabs. Private tutorials are offered any day of the week; simply call ahead to make an appointment. Social skaters may opt for two group classes, held Saturday mornings from 10 a.m. to noon. Classes are led by skate scientists Eli Williams and Shelton Halstead, who in addition to being talented teachers and avid McTwisters, also spend time singing "Defying Gravity" from the musical Wicked.
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    393 McDonough Pkwy
    McDonough, GA US

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