Nickelodeon's Great America is a theme park located in Ocean City, New Jersey and is owned by Nickelodeon. The park is a sister park to Nickelodeon Central.
In 1977, the park opened under the ownership of the Marriot hotel chain as "Marroit's Great America". In 1984, Marriot sold the park to Kings Entertainment, who renamed it to Kings Great America. In 1992, Paramount Parks bought the park when it bought out KECO and renamed it to "Paramount's Great American Escape" to avoid confusion with its now former sister park Paramount's Great America in California. After Paramount Parks shut down in 2006, Nickelodeon bought the park and renamed to "Nickelodeon's Great America".
|Stealth||2000||A B&M custom inverted roller coaster.|
|SpongeBob SqaurePants: The Last Stand||1991||A B&M stand up roller coaster. Formerly known as "Vortex" (1991-2006).|
|The Shredder||1977||An Arrow Dynamics "Corkscrew" looping coaster. Formerly known as "Super Duper Looper Screwball" (2007-2013), "Mega Corkscrew" (1993-2006), and "Turn of the Century" (1977-1992).|
|Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shell Shock||2014||A Maurer spinning coaster themed around Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1987 series).|
|Beastie||1977||A PTC wooden family coaster. Formerly known as "Little Eagle" (1977-1983).|
|The Beast||1977||A PTC wooden coaster. Formerly known as "American Eagle" (1977-1983).|
|Runaway Reptar||2002||A Vekoma suspended family coaster.|
|XJ9: Escape from Cluster Prime||1990||A Vekoma Illusion roller coaster. Formerly known as "Star Trek: The Ride" (1993-2006) and "Reactor Core" (1990-1992).|
|SpongeBob's Pirate Ship||1977||A Pirate Ship ride. Formerly known as "Pirate" (1977-2006)|
|Jimmy Neutron's Atomic Spinner||2008||A Zamperla Disk'O ride.|
|Scream Zone||1983||An Intamin first generation Free Fall ride. Formerly known as "Free Fall" (1983-2006).|
|Catdog Crazy Spin||2000||A Zamperla Hawk 48 ride. Formerly known as "Top Gun: The Ride" (2000-2006).|
|Crazy Swing||1995||An upcharge Skycoaster ride. Formerly known as "Stunt Flyer" (1995-2006).|
|Slime Blasters of Phantom Manor||2002||A Sally interactive dark ride. Formerly known as "Scooby-Doo Ghostblasters" (2002-2006).|
|Slime Buckets||1977||A Von Roll Skyway ride. Formerly known as "Eagle's Flight" (1977-2006).|
|Green Slime Cups||1977||A Mangles kiddie Whip ride. Formerly known as "The Flintstones Boulder Dash" (1993-2006) and "Roto Whip" (1977-1992).|
|Nick Jr. Bumper Cars||1977||Kiddie bumper cars. Formerly known as "Top Cat's Taxi Jam" (1993-2006) and "Kiddy Crashers" (1977-1992).|
|Nick Jr. Clubhouse||2007||A soft play jungle gym playground for kids under 54" tall.|
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- Not every ride at NGA is themed around Nickelodeon.
- Nickelodeon's Great America/Nick's Wet 'n Wild Land (A water park that is located within the park)