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Make your own amusement park map

Chad Showalter

Director, Communications - Kings Island

Twitter: @ChadShowalter

If you’ve suddenly found yourself at home and are looking for kids or family activities to do, you’re not alone. Kings Island’s here to help! 

Create Your Own Kings Island Map

One of my absolute favorite parts of visiting any amusement park is picking up one of the maps at the entrance. I love the artistic renderings, and the handy pocket guide to find anything at the park. Have you seen Kings Island’s map?

If you have a large sheet of paper, or maybe an old roll of holiday gift wrap that you can flip over, you can make your own park map. 

Kings Island amusement park map

Make Your Map One-of-a-Kind

  • Add a Key or Legend that has your family’s favorite rides, shows or places to eat
  • Move around some of the rides or attractions to where YOU think they should be
  • Take out the rides you never ride
  • Design your own rides and add them to the map. Maybe a new roller coaster or water ride?
  • Cut out your own pictures of rides or your family in the park and add them to your map

If you try any of these fun activities, don’t forget to share your masterpieces on your favorite social media and tag us! We want to see your creativity! We’ll share some of the amazing creations when we see them out there.

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Director, Communications - Kings Island

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