Bay Beach Amusement Park
For over a century, Bay Beach Amusement Park has provided many families fun and enjoyment along the shores of the Bay of Green Bay. Located in the northeastern part of Green Bay, this amusement park is within walking distance of Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary and many of its hiking trails.
The park contains amusement rides such as the big wheel, tilt-a-whirl, bumper cars, a wooden roller coaster and giant slide, concessions, a roller coaster concessions and a food court. Dances, public showing of movies, and other community events are often held in the Bay Beach pavilion found inside the park, too. There is no admission to enter the park. Each attraction is rideable with the purchase of tickets.
Ride tickets are $.25 each with most rides requiring one or two tickets per rider. The Sea Dragon, Falling Star, Bumper Cars, and the Big Wheel are 3 tickets and the Zippin Pippin Roller Coaster requires 4 tickets. Tickets can be purchased from the ticket office on the park grounds during regular operation hours.
The Zippin Pippin is a wooden roller coaster re-created from the same plans of Elvis Presley’s favorite ride at a theme park called Libertyland in Memphis, Tennessee. Elvis would often rent out the entire Libertyland Park just so he and his friends could ride it. Just a week before his death, Presley rented the park for an entire night and rode Zippin Pippin for four straight hours without stopping. If Elvis is alive, he could be spotted in Green Bay standing in line for his favorite ride. Check out Bay Beach Amusement Park and ride roller coasters like a king!
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