Mount Amazement is an amusement park in Great Barrington, Massachusetts owned by Carwardine Parks that first opened in 2003.


Roller coasters

  • F-1 Junior Grand Prix (2003; A Vekoma junior coaster themed to an F-1 race car)
  • Mountain Blaster (2003; A Vekoma Mine Train inspired by the Matterhorn Bobsleds)
  • Mr. Burns' Wild Ride (2022; A Zierer Tower Launch coaster)
  • Volare Flyer (2003; A Zamperla Volare roller coaster, formerly "Shine Sprite Coaster" from 2003-2006, when Nintendo didn't want to advertise GameCube games anymore)

Flat rides

  • Daredevil (2003; A Fabbri Kamikaze ride)
  • Golden Ring (2003; A Larson Super Loop ride)
  • Mega Twister (2011; A Zamperla Mega Disk'O ride)

Kiddie rides

  • Kiddie Wheel (2003; A kiddie Ferris Wheel ride)
  • Kite Flight (2003; A Zamperla Kite Flyer ride)
  • Runaway Railroad (2003; A kiddie handcart ride)

Waterslides (Mount Slidemore)

Water slides

  • Blackburn (2003; A ProSlide PipeLine in the dark)
  • Denali (2003; A ProSlide FreeFall)
  • Fairweather (2003; A ProSlide Mammoth)
  • Haleakala (2003; A ProSlide Twister with no tunnels)
  • Hayes (2003; A ProSlide CannonBowl)
  • Marcus Baker (2003; A ProSlide PipeLine with no tunnels)
  • Mauna Kea (2003; A ProSlide MultiBump)
  • Rainier (2003; A ProSlide Tornado)
  • Saint Elias (2003; A ProSlide PipeLine that's transparent)
  • Whitney (2003; A ProSlide Twister in the dark)

Restaurants and food stands

  • Dairy Queen Grill & Chill
  • Dunkin' Donuts


  • Mount Amazement's design is based off of Mount Splashmore from the Simpsons.
  • The park has a parody of Mount Rushmore, with stone carvings of Chris Carwardine, Alex Carwardine, Marv Simpleton and Wayne Carwardine II.
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