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Hey everybody!

 

This thread is simple! Rather than having a million little threads about everything that goes on at Toverland, this thread is designed to consolidate it all into one user-friendly thread. Feel free to use it to post updates, trip reports, questions, comments, and of course, general discussion. For pictures and videos of the park as well as past updates, see TPR's Park Index Page.

 

Official Park Website

 

Below are some links to past updates from the park, you may be interested in. Enjoy!

 

--Robb

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2006

June 14th, 2006 - Troy announced (SEE BELOW)

 

2007

June 28th, 2008 - Troy opens

 

2010

March 16th, 2010 - Toverland to get swinging ship in 2011

 

2011

November 11th, 2011 - Mack spinning coaster announced for 2012

 

2012

June 12th, 2012 - Park to add €20 million 'Magische Vallei' expansion

 

2014

September 4th, 2014 - Toverland announces expansion, including a hotel.

 

2016

June 4th, 2016 - Toverland shares their future plans

 

2017

January 18th, 2017 - B&M Wing coaster to be added in 2018

September 26th, 2017 - Toverland's new land, Avalon will contain Fenix (B&M Wing coaster) and a boat ride

 

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The press department of Toverland just announced that the park will build a wooden rollercoaster for 2007.

The layout is not released yet but some stats have been given:

 

Constructor: Great Coasters International

Hight: 32 meter

Length: Langer als 700 meter

Planned: Juni 2007

Construction will be begin in december.

 

This will be there 3th coaste next to Boosterbike and Boomerang.

http://www.toverland.nl

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*Enters some values into Google*

That seems to be 105 feet tall and about 2,296 feet long, not too shabby, but not the longest or tallest by any means.

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*Enters some values into Google*

That seems to be 105 feet tall and about 2,296 feet long, not too shabby, but not the longest or tallest by any means.

 

Robb went there last summer and did liked the park.

Keep in mind that its a small park that mostly is indoor.

Its also more for children then for adults but still its a great park

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I can´t believe it! A new Woddy in Front of my Homedoor!

GREAT!

Hope to hear more Updates soon!

Lots of Greets

TheEye

 

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Yeahhh this is a Great Park, Boosterbike rocks and Boomerang is fantastic,too.

I´ve had a Season Pass last Year and it i loved to visit the Park a lot of times.

If you come from usa or else plan another visit at that day,

the park is realy short and after 3 hours its getting lousy.

BUT ITS A GREAT PARK AT ALL!!!!!

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I hope its a good coaster. I've heard many great things about GCI's coasters(except Gwazi) and this might be a great coaster (GCI's get better every year, don't they?).

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Sounds good for Toverland. Seems like it will be a mediocore coaster, not the best, but I could be wrong.

---Brent

 

You clearly have never ridden a GCII coaster.

 

-Bryan "I'm sure it'll be fun knowing the designs they make" Wood

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Sounds good for Toverland. Seems like it will be a mediocore coaster, not the best, but I could be wrong.

---Brent

 

 

Well the New Mexico Rattler is a whole 80 feet high and only 2750 feet long, and its alot of fun

 

you can't judge a coaster by statistics alone!

 

 

Sounds AWESOME, BTW, maybe one of these days, but there are ALOT of coasters here in america I need to get to first

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Sounds good for Toverland. Seems like it will be a mediocore coaster, not the best, but I could be wrong.

---Brent

 

Clearly never been on ANY GCII ... Ozark Wildcat 80ft high, 2,600ft long .. ass kickin ... yeah

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We must congratulate the park on selecting GCI to build a woodie.

 

They are masters of creating a beautiful wood structure with stunning drops and fan turns.

 

Here's to a "Crystal Beach Cyclone" or "Rye Airplane" re-make.

 

I have never ridden a GCI Coaster and this will make me start saving for a trip to the Park next year.

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I have made it to Toverland this year and have been on the bikes for the first time... It is a very nice park, mostly indoor and target public are smaller children. Although it looks like they want to start to attract the Teens and young adult next...

 

I know I will be going back to see that woodie...

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Wow this is great news. Above all, Toverland is like 40 min. away from me!

I'm sure Toverland will make this a fun family coaster with some good airtime. Being 32m high doesn't mean that this coaster is not made for kids. Anyone who implies that should come and see Weerwolf. Anyway thumbs up for Toverland!!!

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Today new info came out. There getting 2 rides. One in 2007 the other in 2008. I won't talk about the second now.

 

The wooden coaster is NOT going to be 2300 feet but 3000 feet!!!!!! Thats bigger than Thunderhead(in numbers!). I cant wait to ride and I realy hope that it will have Millennium Flyer trains, I realy love those things!

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