Amusement Park Pictures

Amusement park construction or remodeling with FauxPanels ® is a perfect combination. The panels and their accessories will add the authentic look of stone or brick to a ticket booth, concession stand, play area and more while saving you construction time and money – with very little maintenance required after installation.

See the pictures below of various amusement parks that have built or updated their structures with our versatile, affordable products.

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Amusement Parks

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AP1. Novi Stonewall Moka
AP2. Novi Stonewall Moka
This stack stone made from durable polurethane looks just as authentic as real stone. AP3. Wellington Drystack Earth
AP4. Wellington Drystack Earth
Wellington faux stone panels clad this ticket booth creating a welcoming appearance. AP5. Wellington Drystack Earth
The stone siding used at this amusement park ticket booth can withstand all the elements of nature. AP6. Wellington Drystack Earth
The barn wood wall paneling & stacked stone used in this ticket booth display are both made from faux materials. AP7. Wellington Drystack Earth
Faux wood and fake stone combine to give this booth a great new look. AP8. Wellington Drystack Earth
AP9. Wellington Drystack Earth
AP10. Wellington Drystack Earth
The artificial wood siding and faux stone used in this amusement park building complement eachother. AP11. Wellington Drystack Earth
Ledgers and trim blocks were used to complement the synthetic stone designs. AP12. Wellington Drystack Earth
Faux stone makes this booth very weather resistant and no maintenance is needed. AP13. Wellington Drystack Earth
The fake stone siding used on this ticket booth is easy to install using just a few simple tools. AP14. Wellington Drystack Earth
This faux rock siding can be easily cut with a regular wood saw to fit around windows, doors and openings. AP15. Wellington Drystack Earth
AP16. Wellington Drystack Earth
AP17. Wellington Drystack Earth
AP18. Wellington Drystack Earth
Faux stacked stone siding is a lightweight yet durable material that can hold up to the wear and tear of large crowds. AP19. Regency Stacked Stone Ponderosa
Outdoor faux stone looks truly realistic when used for the ticket booth at this amusement park. AP20. Regency Stacked Stone Ponderosa
AP21. Regency Stacked Stone Ponderosa
AP22. Regency Stacked Stone Ponderosa
Window keystones accent the faux stone used on this amusement park ticket booth. AP23. Regency Stacked Stone Ponderosa
AP24. Regency Stacked Stone Ponderosa
Exterior faux panels® look naturally realistic on this theme park ticket booth. AP25. Regency Stacked Stone Ponderosa
Window keystones accent the faux stone used on this amusement park ticket booth. AP26. Regency Stacked Stone Ponderosa
Faux stacked stone tiles complement the keystones and trim blocks of this ticket booth. AP27. Regency Stacked Stone Ponderosa
Outdoor faux stone looks truly realistic when used for the ticket booth at this amusement park. AP28. Regency Stacked Stone Ponderosa
Stack stone veneer is a practical yet affordable alternative to using real stone. AP29. Regency Stacked Stone Ponderosa
Faux wood panels add a traditional and rustic appeal to the amusement park signage. AP30. Brown Rustic Barnwood
AP31. Brown Rustic Barnwood
Nailon siding adorns the exterior of this sweets and treats shop. AP32. Nailon Random Rock Desert Buff
AP33. Nailon Random Rock Desert Buff
AP34. Nailon Brick Used Buff
AP35. Nailon Brick Used Buff
Cladding this utility shed with faux brick lets it blend into the amusement park design. AP36. Nailon Brick Used Buff
No need to hire a masonry team for this clock tower… its simulated brick siding. AP37. Nailon Brick Used Buff
AP38. Nailon Brick Used Buff
AP39. Oxford Stonewall Tan
AP40. Oxford Stonewall Tan
This stone column made from faux materials is an affordable way to incorporate stone into a design. AP41. Oxford Large Gray Riverstone
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