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  • Amusement Parks
    • Action Point
        • Amusement park that focuses on what you CAN do, instead of what you CAN'T do. Inspired by a real park also named Action Park in Vernon, New Jersey, but it is not meant to actually be the real park.
    • Agua Park
        • Water themed amusement park from the opening scene. Filmed at Schlitterbahn in New Braunfels, TX. "Take the plunge!"
    • Amusement Mile
        • Gotham City version of Coney Island.
    • The Arcade
        • Einmen Entertainment's The Arcade is the world's cutting edge, state of the art family entertainment center, featuring role-playing activities The Civil War and Emergency, as well as the Roman Spa for relaxation. "There are no limits at the Arcade", "The funnest place in the world" (Season 5 episode A Thousand Deaths)
    • Arnie's World Of Fun
        • Amusement park where Jimmy works out of the basement - also where the guys throw Doug his bachelor party.
    • Blocko Land
        • Theme park made of The Simpsons version of LEGO building blocks. Theme park is divided into three sections: Rectangle Land, Cube Country, and Squaresville. (Season 12 episode Hungry Hungry Homer)
    • Butterworld
        • Theme park joke Roz makes about Colonial Williamsburg. Frasier: "I'll get you a nice T-shirt from Colonial Williamsburg." Roz: "You're taking Frederick to Williamsburg? Eeew!" Frasier: "No, it's a wonderful vacation spot! We're going to dip candles, tan leather, churn butter…" Roz: "Hey, Frederick Crane, you just finished the first grade, what are you going to do now? I'm going to Butterworld!" (Season 3 episode Moon Dance)
    • Canadian Fun Country
        • Theme park Roz, Daphne and Daphne's mum Gertrude visit - and are thrown out of (Season 10 episode Lilith Needs a Favor)
    • Captain Stu's Space-O-Rama
        • Entertainment center (miniature golf, go-karts, video game arcade, etc.) where Jesse and Chester find the briefcase full of money in one of the lockers.
    • Cheeseland
        • Simon Masrani mentions that visiting famous theme park critic Larson Mitchell gave bad reviews to several theme parks, which have since closed down, including Cheeseland, Smelltown, Tooth fairy Mountain and Euro-Cheeseland. (Episode Mission: Critical)
    • Cletus Stiles Paintball Range & Monkey Farm
        • For the finest in paintball warfare and trained monkeys.
    • Colonial Phoenix
        • Before choosing to visit a dude ranch to escape the song that Homer wrote about Ned Flanders, the Simpsons consider other vacation destinations, including the Denzel Washington Monument, the Wax Museum, a Balloon Ride, Colonial Phoenix and Walter Gropius's Bauhaus Village. (Season 14 episode Dude, Where's My Ranch?)
    • Count Bowncelizar's Trampolarium
        • Wolf: Do you remember the time we jumped out of Count Bowncelizar's Trampolarium, and did not think that net was gonna hold? (Season 2 episode Ultra-Max)
        • New and daring section of Disneyland... How Dexter describes a daytime crime scene in Miami. (Season 1 episode Dexter)
    • Delos
        • A high-tech, highly realistic adult amusement park featuring three themed "worlds"—Westworld (the American Old West), Medievalworld (medieval Europe), and Romanworld (the ancient Roman city of Pompeii): "Boy, have we got a vacation for you!"
    • Disney's America
        • Walt's unrealized Civil War theme park, featuring the attractions: Donald's Slave Auction, Uncle Mickey's Cabin, Civil War Land and Goofy's Triage. (Lindsay Lohan and Pearl Jam episode April 15, 2006 TV Funhouse: Disney vault)
    • Diz-Nee-Land
        • Amusement park where Abe Simpson goes to have fun after his new girlfriend Beatrice Simmons dies. "Not affiliated with Disneyland, Disney World, or anything else from the Walt Disney Company." (Season 2 episode Old Money)
    • Dizz Knee Land
        • Song: Dizz Knee Land / Album: Puzzle.
    • Duff Gardens
        • When Krusty looks through the Simpson family photo albums, there's a photo of Homer and Bart on a roller coaster at Duff Gardens amusement park. (Season 3 episode Like Father, Like Clown) Daredevil Lance Murdock goes to Duff Gardens. "Where roaming gangs aren't a big problem anymore. Now featuring the clean-shaven sounds of Hooray for Everything." (Season 4 episode Selma's Choice)
    • Dum Park
        • Parody of Jurassic Park from video for Clever Girl.
    • Euro Itchy & Scratchy Land
        • European version of Itchy & Scratchy Land, parody of Euro Disney. (Season 6 episode Itchy & Scratchy Land)
    • Euro Krusty Land
        • Theme park where Mr. Black, the guy in charge of Kamp Krusty, used to be president until it blew up. (Season 4 episode Kamp Krusty)
    • Euro-Cheeseland
        • Simon Masrani mentions that visiting famous theme park critic Larson Mitchell gave bad reviews to several theme parks, which have since closed down, including Cheeseland, Smelltown, Tooth fairy Mountain and Euro-Cheeseland. (Episode Mission: Critical)
    • Family Fun Center
        • Marge's reward to Bart and Lisa for being selected to be included in the book "Who's Who Among American Elementary School Students”, which is actually a scam aimed at parents to pay $95 to have their kids included. "As seen on "When Disaster Strikes 4” (Season 10 episode Bart, the Mother)
    • Fantasy Planet
        • Parody of Fantasy Island, where George lives out his fantasy of owning his own company, Jetson's Sprockets. (Season 2 episode Fantasy Planet)
    • Fun World
        • When the Simpsons split up, Homer tells Marge to hide in the abandoned amusement park. (Season 11 episode Treehouse of Horror X - segment I Know What You Diddily-Iddly-Did)
    • Futureworld
        • Delos theme park. "Where you will be transported throughout the solar system commanding your very own rocket ship, enjoying the favors of robot women of weightless beauty, soaring through space like an astronaut."
    • Golf Land New record added 9/14/2021
        • Jerry returns to the office after hitting balls at Golf Land. (Season 3 episode Bob Hits the Ceiling)
    • Great Barrington
        • The name of the amusement park Tony told Danny that his parents were going to take him to for his birthday.
    • The Great Ferris Wheel Of 1980
        • Parks Department project commemorated on the wall of City Hall. (Season 3 episode Go Big or Go Home)
    • Grim Mini Golf
        • Creepy indoor mini golf park where the Blissfield Butcher (as Millie) goes with the jocks.
    • Happy Trails
        • The dude ranch near Phoenix the two old ladies playing Scrabble are talking about when Gloria appears out their window when she escapes from Turk and Whitey Jackson.
    • Hay Place
        • Dwight's amusement park made of hay bales. He trucks 300 bales of hay into a parking lot to rectify the childhood disappointment of never being crowned Hay King. See: Hay World. (Season 7 WUPHF.com)
    • Hay World
        • Dwight's Uncle Eldred's amusement park made of hay bales. When Dwight was young, his Uncle Eldred used to build a maze out of hay bales for the kids to play in, and then, at the end of the day he would crown one lucky boy Hay King. Uncle Eldred called it Hay World. The kids called it Hay Place. (Season 7 WUPHF.com)
    • Hinkle Extreme Lazer Tag Lazer Base
        • Family fun center that Saul wants Walt to buy to launder his money. (Season 3 episode Full Measure)
    • Homerland
        • Homer comes up with some big plans for an amusement park after picking up a free trampoline. (Season 5 episode Bart's Inner Child)
    • Humbug's Gulch
        • While trying to plot out the zombie barricades, the group splits up. John and June end up in Humbug's Gulch, a ghost town amusement park franchise where John used to work.
    • Hyams Amusement Parks
        • The name of the amusement park company on the side of the Joker's truck.
    • Ice Town
        • When Ben was 18 and he became mayor of his hometown, he used up the entire budget build a giant winter sports complex, but it was never completed, and he got impeached. The newspaper headline was, "Ice Town Costs Ice Clown His Town Crown." (Season 3 episode Go Big or Go Home)
    • The Immolation Station
        • Entertainment venue "Where you get to play with matches, and you get to watch it all burn. Every Wednesday kids eat free." (Season 2 episode You Might Also Like?)
    • Itchy & Scratchy Land
        • Itchy & Scratchy themed amusement park, parody of Disneyland.
        • Lenny and Carl take Homer to Itchy & Scratchy Land to explain how Marge and Moe are having an emotional affair.
        • Control room operator Lowry wears a vintage "Jurassic Park" T-shirt to work that he found on eBay.
    • L.A.I.R.E.
        • Live Action Interactive Role-Playing Explorers. Divided into countries fighting a never ending war to control the realm. A fantasy world where anything is possible.
    • Late 60s Land
        • Attraction at Oliver Stoneland, where the atmosphere's bitter and discontented but the salad bar is all-you-can-eat (Episode Sarah Jessica Parker)
    • Lazy I Ranch
        • The Simpsons visit a dude ranch to escape the song Homer wrote about Ned Flanders. "Formerly Wandering I Nudist Colony" (Season 14 episode Dude, Where's My Ranch?)
    • Lisa Land
        • When Lisa is believed to have been killed when the tree she was trying to save is struck by lightning, the Omni-Pave construction company promises to create a nature preserve. Lisa reveals herself to be alive when they go back on their word, declaring their intention to create a theme park called Lisa Land in her honor. (Season 12 episode Lisa the Tree Hugger)
    • Lost River Water Park Resort
        • Water themed amusement park full of bio-engineered piranha.
    • McCaffrey Pumpkin Patch
        • Ice Truck Killer crime scene, inspired by Dexter's family photograph. (Season 1 episode Let's Give the Boy a Hand)
        • Delos theme park. "An exact reconstruction of 13th Century Europe where you may live like an absolute king."
    • Middletown Amusement Park
        • The Temple of the Chasm church in the small town of Middleton worships "the Chasm", a remnant of an old amusement park ride that transfers emotions from the citizens of the town to one human vessel, who, when overwhelmed by the overload of emotions, jumps into the Chasm, passing the curse along to the next intended recipient. "Home of the World's Happiest Ride" (Season 4 episode The Chasm)
    • Mt. Splashmore
        • Water theme park where Krusty the Clown films his childrens show for a week, later visited by The Simpson family. (Season 2 episode Brush With Greatness)
    • Murder We Wrote
        • Mystery role-playing company that Brook hires for Game Night.
    • Ocean World
        • Far Side version of Sea World. Killer whale in pool below trainer holding a herring up in front of a crowd says to dolphin next to him: "The herring's nothin'… I'm going for he whole sheer"
    • Oceanland
        • Water theme park featuring The Deep on a bulletin board. (Season 1 episode The Name of the Game)
    • Olde Springfield Towne
        • After dropping Abe Simpson off at the Springfield Retirement Castle, the Simpsons brainstorm a more exciting place to take him next week. Marge suggests Old Springfield Towne, to see the glass blower. (Season 2 episode Old Money) A recreation of colonial America where Homer gets a job in the candle making shop. (Season 3 episode I Married Marge) Marge take Bart on a field trip when she homeschools him. (Season 4 episode Whacking Day)
    • Oliver Stoneland
        • A magical place where the objective is not to escape but to confront. Featuring Mr. Morrison's Wild Ride, Talk Radio Town The Platunes musical, Main Street 1964, Little Wall Street, The Born on the Fourth of July Bumper Chairs, Late 60s Land and The Hall of Conspiracies (episode Sarah Jessica Parker)
    • Oracle World
        • The religious group known as the Assembly of the Oracle World has a theme park called Oracle World, featuring an IMAX movie called The World in Six Days and a ride called The Dark Age Dungeon Ride, with new music this year by John Tesh. (Season 4 episode Prophets and Loss)
    • Outer Space Theme Park
        • George takes the family to Outer Space Theme Park, where they visit the circus. Astro sneaks in to watch the show, and fleas get on him, attempting to escape the circus ringleader. (Season 2 episode Fugitive Fleas)
    • Pacific Playland
        • Zombie infested amusement park that includes an evil clown.
    • The Park
        • Fake version of turn of the century London where "fractures” are taken to get better - people that snap after working themselves too hard. (Season 3 episode Murder Most Foul)
    • Pawnee Palms Public Putt-Putt
        • Also known as P.P.P.P.P., a local business impacted by Ron's latest budget cut proposal. (Season 5 episode Swing Vote)
    • Pax Romana
        • Virginia's number one Roman-era theme park - in Turaqistan.
    • Pengalaman Island Resort And Virtual Reality Theme Park
        • In the future world of 2038, rich folks live out their wildest fantasies on Pengalaman Island, a high-end virtual theme park operated by Derek Ambrose.
    • PhilipsLand
        • Amusement park. "The happiest place in New Jersey", "The home of that log ride that makes you look like you wet your pants". (Season 1 episode A Pig-boy and his Dog)
    • Pitch N’ Putt New record added 9/4/2021
        • Mini golf park that Tommy mentions.
    • Pitch 'n' Putt
        • Miniature golf course where Homer invites Ned Flanders to get in a quick nine. (Season 5 episode Homer Loves Flanders)
    • Postal World
        • Cliff's idea for a new amusement park (Season 7 episode 3 Executive Sweet)
    • Prehistoric Forest New record added 9/4/2021
        • Roadside attraction, where Tommy and Richard fight.
    • Rapid Kingdom
        • Theme park photo on the daughters' cake that got distorted, making their boobs super big.
    • Rickety Brothers Amusement Park
        • Amusement park in Niagara Falls, New York where Homer and Marge go to escape from Bart and Lisa - and where Bart and Lisa go to give their parents some space. (Season 15 episode Catch 'Em if You Can)
    • Ride World
        • Amusement park from various episodes. Logo seen on T-shirts (Season 2 episode 1 I See Her Face Everywhere). The park's giraffe mascot breaks kids' arms in the alley and brings them into the hospital (Season 2 episode 5 Give a Painted Brother a Break).
        • Delos theme park. "A lusty treat for the senses where beautiful robot women are yours to command and robot gladiators die at the point of your sword."
    • Ruffintumble's Fun Zone
        • Indoor amusement center where Marge takes Rod and Todd Flanders. "Ball pit dredged for homeless daily" According to Marge, "Everything's covered in foam, and it's owned by a corporation, so you know it's safe." (Season 17 episode Bart Has Two Mommies)
    • Sammy Land
        • Sam: She's skipping the thrill rides at Sammy Land for that? (Season 6 episode 10 A Kiss is Still a Kiss)
    • Sammy's Magic Kingdom
        • From a joke Sam makes: "Claudia's been a tough nut to crack, but tonight's the night. She's gonna be enjoying all the rides in Sammy's Magic Kingdom." (Season 4 episode 10 The Bar Stoolie)
    • Seisure World
        • The actual name of the amusement park gone awry in Geriatric Park, the Jurassic Park parody movie directed by Best Director nominee Steven Spielberg.
    • Shogun World
        • Amusement Park owned by the Delos Corporation (Season 2 episode Akane No Mai)
    • Sir Putts-a-Lot Miniature Golf Course
        • Local miniature golf course, host of the 1st Annual Miniature Golf Tournament. (Season 2 episode Dead Putting Society) Now called Sir Putts-A-Lot Merrie Olde Fun Centre,featuring Ye Go Karts, Her Majesty's Batting Cage, Merlin's Video Dungeon and Skee Ball ,where Homer and Marge get naked in the windmill. (Season 9 episode Natural Born Kissers)
    • Six Flags Over Crazy Ass Chick Land
        • Joke Charlie makes about Alan's new nester girlfriend that decorates the house for Christmas. (Season 3 episode Santa's Village of the Damned)
    • Skeleton Key
        • Escape room company where Captain Holt, Gina, Hitchcock and Scully work together to escape. (Season 3 episode Karen Peralta)
    • Slippy Village
        • Water park that The Tick mentions taking the mole-men to while they're visiting The City in Season 1 episode The Tick Vs. The Mole-Men.
    • Smelltown
        • Simon Masrani mentions that visiting famous theme park critic Larson Mitchell gave bad reviews to several theme parks, which have since closed down, including Cheeseland, Smelltown, Tooth fairy Mountain and Euro-Cheeseland. (Episode Mission: Critical)
    • Spaworld
        • Delos theme park. "A garden of pleasure where old age and pain have been eliminated."
    • Splash Zone Sandusky
        • Children's splash pad in Ohio where The Deep loses control and gets arrested for telling at kids and causing a disturbance. (Season 2 episode The Big Ride)
    • SplashDown
        • Water theme park Alison mentions. Donnie: "And we'll pretend it's a holiday, we'll send for the kids, and we'll go hide in one of those water park hotels." Alison: "The last time we went to SplashDown, Oscar got foot-and-mouth disease." (Season 4 episode The Mitigation of Competition)
    • Splatchee Lake Fun Park
        • Amusement park that Al visits, now abandoned, that Al used to visit when he was a kid.
    • Spooky Island
        • A theme park owned by a man named Mondavarious who needs the gang's help figuring out why his guests are leaving mellow and sober.
    • Springfield Aquarium
        • Abe Simpson tells the story of when they pulled his driver's license, after he crashed into the Springfield Aquarium. (Season 13 episode The Old Man and the Key) Springfield Elementary school field trip. "Dead fish skimmed daily" (Season 14 episode Brake My Wife, Please)
    • The Springfield Knowledgeum
        • The new hands on learning environment "Where science is explained with brightly colored balls." (Season 9 episode This Little Wiggy)
    • Springfield Tar Pits
        • Location where Bart goes looking for his elephant Stampy. The best Tar Entertainment -Time Magazine. (Season 5 episode Bart Gets an Elephant)
    • Storytime Village
        • According to Lisa, "an amusement park for babies" that the Simpsons visit. "Fun for ages 1 to 7½" (Season 7 episode Lisa the Vegetarian) Amusement park that went out of business when a kid got his head cut off, where Ned builds Praiseland, the Christian amusement park that Maude designed before she died. (Season 12 episode I'm Goin' to Praiseland)
    • TannerLand
        • ALF wants to create an amusement park (Season 3 Shake, Rattle and Roll)
    • TerryLand
        • Terry Faith Cosmetic-themed park (Season 1 episode Keepin' the Faith)
    • The Arena Of Death
        • Advertisement seen in Turaqistan. "Fight with our specially trained furious animals"
    • Three Maples Par-Three Golf Course
        • Dwayne gazed over the sleeping city. He had been born there. He had spent the first three years of his life in an orphanage only two miles from where he stood. He had been adopted and educated there. He owned not only the Pontiac agency and a piece of the new Holiday Inn. He owned three Burger Chefs, too, and five coin-operated car washes, and pieces of the Sugar Creek Drive-In Theatre, Radio Station WMCY, the Three Maples Par-Three Golf Course, and seventeen hundred shares of common stock in Barrytron, Limited, a local electronics firm. He owned dozens of vacant lots. He was on the Board of Directors of the Midland County National Bank.
    • Todd's Disneyland
        • Fake Disneyland that Todd builds in episode Yesterdayland, featuring the rides: Todd's Wild Death Coaster, Gabe Jr. The Grease Fire of the Caribbean, and Cinderella's Magical Pile of Used Mattresses. "The happiest place on Urf"
    • Tooth Fairy Mountain
        • Simon Masrani mentions that visiting famous theme park critic Larson Mitchell gave bad reviews to several theme parks, which have since closed down, including Cheeseland, Smelltown, Tooth fairy Mountain and Euro-Cheeseland. (Episode Mission: Critical)
    • Typhoon Falls
        • Eleanor's favorite water park when she was a kid, what the Good Place smells like to her. (Season 3 episode The Book of Dougs)
    • Vanderpark Raceway New record added 9/5/2021
        • Amusement park that Nick builds on his property.
    • VICE
        • Where anything goes and the customers can play out their wildest fantasies with artificial inhabitants who look, think and feel like humans.
    • The Village Of Dunsboro
        • Where Victor works - a recreation of colonial America.
    • Walter Gropius's Bauhaus Village
        • Before choosing to visit a dude ranch to escape the song that Homer wrote about Ned Flanders, the Simpsons consider other vacation destinations, including the Denzel Washington Monument, the Wax Museum, a Balloon Ride, Colonial Phoenix and Walter Gropius's Bauhaus Village. (Season 14 episode Dude, Where's My Ranch?)
    • Westworld
        • A technologically advanced, Western-themed amusement park populated by androids.
        • Delos theme park, location of disaster depicted in the previous movie Westworld, where robot hosts attacked park guests.
        • Amusement park containing android hosts, some of whom are beginning to become sentient...

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