Announcements

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.
While Rocky Mountain Construction has been hard at work installing (or converting) new rides here in the United States, two international parks have announced that they will be transforming their wooden coasters.
Along with Twisted Timbers, Kings Dominion has been giving the Candy Apple Grove section of the park a facelift. The park also announced that it will be renaming two of its rides: Richochet and Rebel Yell.
2018
With every year comes a host of new coasters, and if 2017's lineup was lackluster, this year is determined to make up for it. Here are my top 15 most anticipated coasters for 2018.