If you owned your own theme park in Theme Parks, Roller Coasters, & Donkeys! Posted August 31, 2017 My fictional park would be in Wisconsin of course (somewhere outside of Wisconsin Dells would work) and would be called Wisconsin's Great Escape and the roller coasters would be: Badger: A Gravity Group family coaster (Roar-O-Saurus and Wooden Warrior come to mind) Twisting Timbers: An RMC Topper Track (similar to Outlaw Run) Puma: A B&M Invert (kind of like Great Bear and Patriot) Cheese Cruiser: Zamperla Family Gravity Coaster Wild Mouse: Mack or Maurer Wild Mouse AirVenture: Vekoma Family Suspended Coaster Patriot: Vekoma Bermuda Blitz Ursa Major: B&M Hyper Coaster Ursa Minor: Zierer Medium Tivoli Harley-Davidson Adventure: Zamperla MotoCoaster Boomerang: A Vekoma Boomerang, what would it be other than that? Major Flat Rides would be: Borealis: Zamperla Giant Discovery Lambeau Loop: Larson Super Loop Screaming Eagles: S&S Drop Towers Wisconsin River Rapids: Intamin River Rapids Paul Bunyan's Log Chute: Hopkins Log Flume There's also a water park and is free with admission. It's called Great Lakes Water Park and has a Proslide Tornado, a MatRacer, and many other slides. NOTE: The Park is in an alternate timeline where it's built up over the years and wouldn't open right away with this lineup. Mt. Olympus doesn't exist in this timeline, but this park is Mt. Olympus' replacement. This park is also in competition with Six Flags Great America, and the rivalry between them is fierce. Example: In this timeline, SFGAM builds Goliath as normal, but in 2015 WGA adds Twisted Timbers, which holds the record for most inversions on a wooden coaster with 4. Puma was also built as a response to Batman: The Ride. Ursa Major, however was built specifically with the intent of providing more airtime than Raging Bull. Think of it like Universal and Disney trying to one-up each other by building more impressive rides than the last.