Roller Coasters Dueling B&M inverts (similar to Dueling Dragons/Dragon Challenge, but slightly taller/larger) RMC Topper Track (a cross of Outlaw Run and Lightning Rod; it would start more like Outlaw Run and end more like Lightning Rod) GCI wooden coaster (similar to Mystic Timbers) Arrow hypercoaster B&M floorless Intamin giga A launch coaster of some kind (maybe a Premier spaghetti bowl coaster?) Arrow mine train Schwarzkopf Jumbo Jet Schwarzkopf Looping Star At least two kiddie/family coasters
Thrilling Flats Huss Frisbee S&S Quad Tower (like Power Tower) A log flume A river rapids ride Larson Super Loop (and no, it won't be advertised as a coaster) A shoot the chutes ride
Other There would also be a water park and maybe a hotel attached to the park
Top 10 steel: Steel Vengeance, Millennium Force, Maverick, Mako, Incredible Hulk, Banshee, Diamondback, Raptor, SheiKra, Montu Top 10 wood: Mystic Timbers, Shivering Timbers, Beast, Racer (KI), Viper, American Eagle, Woodstock Express, Blue Streak (CP), Mean Streak (RIP), Wolverine Wildcat
In keeping with a Maryland theme (I'll add more later) . . . .
Racing GCI Woodie . . . Beltway duel: Baltimore vs. DC (of course, the DC trains would be signed "Taxation without Representation" ) B&M Hypercoaster . . . . Maryland Monster Mile (track length . . . . 5,280 feet exactly. trains of course in Maryland flag colors of red/white/black/gold) Chesapeake Corkscrew . . . . Vekoma Mega Looper with 6 inversions (2 corkscrews [1 clockwise, 1 counter-clockwise], 1 cobra roll, 2 vertical loops, 1 zero g roll) Pimlico Express . . . . Vekoma Family Launch coaster . . . obviously with the cars being horses.
Intamin giga mostly low to the ground (similar to I305) Intamin accelerator around 200+ft top hat with inversions and insane transitions (like Storm Runner) Intamin blitz 100 ft with 3+ launches and multiple inversions - mix of Maverick/Cheetah Hunt, completely low to the ground Intamin megalite (off the shelf, no modifications) Intamin prefab woodie 240 feet tall, with a few giant camelbacks, remainder low to the ground Intamin hyper (similar to Skyrush/Flying Aces, winged trains and all) Intamin impulse with straight back spike w/ working holding brake Intamin themed indoor family coaster. aka Skull Mountain with a better layout and an insane budget for themeing Intamin Aquatrax Intamin 350 ft drop tower Intamin inverted family coaster
To round out the park B&M invert 200 ft tall, 7 inversions, built into the terrain RMC Iron horse built from ground up. 200ft 1st drop. Mostly airtime hills, a few barrel rolls for good measure S&S Screamin Swing KMG Fireball (with lapbars only) 300 ft Starflyer A flume - I don't know, who makes flumes anymore? I suppose it could be Intamin, yes?
boldikus wrote:I would open up "The Intamin Adventure"
I'll go for a slightly trickier challenge: Vekomaland.
Standard family coaster Family boomerang Family invert (Orkanen model) Mine train Motorbike launched coaster SLC (with smoother track and new trains like Great Nor'Easter) Boomerang (also with new trains) Indoor spaghetti bowl launch coaster (also new trains) Bermuda Blitz looping coaster Firestorm launch coaster Next-gen flying coaster Hyper based on their proposed Energylandia concept. Wooden coaster with a similar layout to Thundercoaster.
Canobie Coaster wrote:I would want my park to have a family atmosphere something along the lines of Knoebels and Canobie, but I would make sure that the park is populated with several enjoyable attractions. Some rides that I would be sure to have:
COASTERS - GCI twister like Gold Striker - Gravity Group "junior" out & back woodie like Wooden Warrior - Premier SkyRocket2 or custom Sky Rocket - Chance hyper GT-X - Enclosed coaster similar to Space Mountain (custom with tight turns, drops) - Roller skater or Tivoli family coaster
FLATS - Larson/ARM drop tower - Indoor scrambler with a light show - Power Surge, Rock-o-Plane, or Zipper - Chance Unicoaster - Flying scooters (snappable of course) - Huss breakdance - Tilt-a-Whirl - Zamperla tea cups (I find the Zamperla ones spin the most easily) - Carousel with brass-ring (I'm an engineer & would make one myself if needed)
WATER RIDES - Hopkins log flume through the woods - River rapids ride
DARK RIDES - Shooting dark ride
I'm going to pull a Six Flags here and RMC the GCI twister I created.
Top 5 Wood- Lightning Rod, Voyage, Coaster (PNE Playland), Phoenix, Boulder Dash Top 5 Steel- Steel Vengeance, Untamed, Expedition GeForce, Twisted Colossus, Schwur des Karnan Most Recent Trip Reports- Dutch Wonderland & Hersheypark- Summer
I would do something that would fit well in the Colorado environment, since Elitches is out of space. There is going to be some influence from Silverwood, as it is my original home park and I think a park similar to it could do very well in competition with the Denver parks.
Roller Coasters: Vekoma G.I.B. Gravity Group inverting wooden coaster (Custom layout, only 1 inversion) Gerstlauer Spinner Model 380/4 Vekoma Junior Coaster 335m
Major Flats: Scrambler (Possibly indoor) Zamperla Power Surge Larson/A.R.M Drop Tower (140~150ft) SBF Visa Maxi Dance Party 360 Zamperla Endeavor Funtime Star Flyer (~230ft) Zamperla Air Race 8.4 Zamperla Suspended Windshear Intamin Coaster Wheel
Kidde Rides: Assorted (Don't feel like listing any out, 6 different rides would probably be good)
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