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Last week, Canada's Wonderland made their big announcement for 2019—a B&M dive coaster. The ride, dubbed Yukon Striker, will take riders to a height of 223 feet before holding them in a downward position just before the drop. Next, the train will dive 245 feet straight down into an...
Yesterday, the park made their full announcement, revealing Wildwood Grove, home to 11 new family friendly attractions that the back of the park has been needing.
After teasing their new ride all summer using the hashtag #project412, Kennywood surprised everyone with an announcement no one expected—plans to open a record-breaking 220 foot coaster along with a new zone themed to the Pittsburg Steelers.
Energylandia's stunning new mega coaster completed the testing phase and made its premiere at the park Saturday.
With June just around the corner (where did time go?), several amusement parks are already preparing to make way for new rides and attractions. Here are five developments to keep an eye on over the summer.
Yesterday, Cedar Point officially opened to the public, showing off the ride they've worked on for the past two years. Steel Vengeance is finally running alongside its coaster siblings at the Roller Coaster Capital.