Nickelodeon Funworld is an amusement park located in Detroit, Michigan.
The park opened in 1984 as Funworld Michigan under the ownership of Funtime Parks, Inc.. In 1990, Kennywood Entertainment bought the park. In 2004 it was sold once again to Nickelodeon for $10 million.
Slime Beach (Indoor water park)
Nick Jr. Land
Roller coasters Edit
Fairly Odd Coaster
A Gerstlauer spinning coaster.
A Morgan hypercoaster. Formerly known as "Demon" (1999-2003).
The Fiery Fist O' Pain
A Gerstlauer Eurofighter.
An Arrow Dynamics "Arrowbatic" inverted coaster. Only one of it's kind in the world. Formerly known as "Witches' Flight" (2001-2003).
A Vekoma looping coaster. Formerly known as "Cyclone" (1987-2003).
Danny Phantom Ghoster Coaster
A Zierer Tivoli family coaster. Formerly known as "Ladybug" (1995-2003) and Nick Jr. Express (2004).
The Flying Dutchman
A Caprio BatFlyer themed to Spongebob and the Flying Dutchman. Relocated from Kings Island.
Flat rides Edit
Loud House Ramp of Insanity
A Zamperla Disk'O ride.
A Zamperla Hawk 48 ride. Formerly known as "Tomahawk" (1997-2003).
Rock Bottom Plunge
An Intamin gyro drop tower. Formerly known as "Millenial Scream" (2000-2003).
Top Thrill Splatster
An S&S Screaming swing ride.
A Sellner Tilt-A-Whirl ride. Formerly known as "Tilt-a-Whirl" (1984-2003).
Jimmy Neutron Atomic Collider
A Mack Musik Express. Formerly known as "Musik Express" (1986-2003).
Fairly Odd-Parents Fairy Flight
A Zierer wave swinger. Formerly known as "The Wave" (1984-2003).
Nickelodeon Crash Course
A Nickelodeon themed bumper cars attraction. Formerly known as "Skooter" (1984-2003).
Teenage Robot Roundabout
A Mack Calypso relocated from Six Flags Great Adventure. Formerly known as "Calypso" (1988-2003).
Backyardagians Swing Along
A Zierer kiddie Wave Swinger ride. Formerly known as "Wee Swing" (1984-2003).
Breadwinners Rocket Van
A Zamperla kiddie jump tower.
A kiddie bounce-around ride themed to the Rabbids.