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Time Traveler Now Open at Silver Dollar City

Time Traveler, the world’s tallest, fastest and steepest spinning coaster, is now open at Silver Dollar City. The park hosted members of the media yesterday for a preview of the record-breaking attraction. The Mack Rides designed and manufactured coaster features...

Coaster101 Takes on ACE Southeast’s Winter Warm Up

Earlier this month, two members of the Coaster101 team headed to Six Flags Over Georgia for the American Coaster Enthusiasts Southeast Chapter’s Annual “Winter Warm Up” event. There, we learned what several parks in the Southeast (and beyond!) are planning...

Time Traveler Testing at Silver Dollar City

We still have to wait a few months until Silver Dollar City’s new-for-2018 Time Traveler spinning coaster welcomes its first riders, but the coaster has already begun testing. The park sent us a video showing one of the intricately themed...

Silver Dollar City Time Traveler Spinning Car Unveiled

Today at the International Association of Amusement Parks & Attractions (IAAPA) Expo in Orlando, Mack Rides unveiled one of the cars of Silver Dollar City’s new-for-2018 Time Traveler launched, spinning coaster. When it opens next year, Time Traveler will be the...

Silver Dollar City Adding Time Traveler in 2018

Silver Dollar City announced today that it will be adding Time Traveler, the world’s fastest (50.3 mph), steepest (90 degrees) and tallest (100 feet) spinning coaster. “Time Traveler speaks to the dreamer in each of us. This custom-designed coaster defies...

A-Z Coaster of the Week: Outlaw Run

In 2009, Silver Dollar City solicited proposals from roller coaster manufacturers for the theme park’s next big coaster. A then-young Rocky Mountain Construction (RMC) submitted plans for what would become Outlaw Run, the company’s first built-from-scratch wooden coaster. Four years later...

Ozark Wildcat Wooden Roller Coaster Torn Down

In a controlled collapse, the Ozark Wildcat wooden roller coaster at the defunct Celebration City amusement park in Branson, MO, met its demise over the weekend. Branson local media reported the looming deconstruction in October. Hershcend Family Entertainment (HFE), which...