This year’s lineup of new coasters isn’t that impressive, with the best new ride for 2017 being a small GCI coaster. Thankfully, 2018 is already promising to make up for it, with lots of early construction taking place and some parks even making their announcements.
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While the official opening date for Skyplex has been pushed back to 2020 (due to ongoing permitting), several additional attractions have been announced for the entertainment center.
Continue reading Skyscraper to Feature Virtual Reality Option
Adding the biggest coaster in their history, SeaWorld San Diego promises to entertain families and thrill seekers alike with Electric Eel.
Continue reading Electric Eel Coming to SeaWorld San Diego in 2018
Next year, SeaWorld San Antonio will debut Wave Breaker: The Rescue Coaster, the first of its kind in North America.
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Just a year after adding their record-breaking launched wooden coaster, Dollywood is already making big plans for their future. In Summer 2017, a new drop tower and children’s coaster will join the park’s ever-growing lineup of thrills.
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Today, Six Flags revealed their plans for 2017. Like Cedar Fair, it appears that the chain’s next year will be a “breather year,” with few new major roller coasters.
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