What a great small park! And I do mean small - Clementon Lake is like Cedar Point compared to Joyland. This is one of those small out-of-the-way parks I always try to hit if I can. I still want to get to Bell's, Seabreeze, Lake Winnie and Silverwood. Got a wristband for $12 and sampled the parks (few) offerings.

Roller Coaster - 3 out of 4 stars
Ah, the simple pleasures of life. Fixed lap bars. Well-padded leather seats. No seat dividers or headrests. Classic out-and-back layout. Skid brakes. This oldie-but-goodie has it all, including a very well done first drop (parabolic) and some air in the front seat. Not a wild ride, but a quality medium-sized coaster that everyone can enjoy again and again. Very hard to get any photos of the first part of the ride due to all the trees it runs through, but the L-portion of the ride is all the way out to the parking lot, allowing you to get up-close-and-personal with the structure. I could have spent all night riding this small gem.
You are hereAnother cool sign as seen from the park's trainWelcome to JoylandLouie plays quite the band organThe 1st drop into the treesA train beginning the 1st drop on  Roller CoasterUp the liftUp the lift with people this timeBeginning the return journeyGreat old station,  very thick foliage1950's vintage PTC  trains with fixed  lap bars, no seat  dividers or  headrests. Nice.No words do this clown justice