Major Roller Coaster At Hersheypark Is Closing Permanently
It is always heartbreaking to learn that a roller coaster is closing, and we recently learned that Hersheypark's Wildcat will shut down forever on July 31.
One of the many wooden roller coasters in Hersheypark, the Wildcat, cost $5 million to erect in 1996
. Great Coasters International, Inc. produced the coaster, which has a top speed of 48 mph
It was initially condemned for having a harsh ride, but later had Millenium Flyer trains installed that provided a less uncomfortable ride around its 3,183-foot circuit.
Hershey, Pennsylvania is the home of Hersheypark.
Milton S. Hershey initially created the theme park as a recreation area for his factory's workers
Hersheypark isn't your typical amusement park. There are a tonne of other attractions both inside and outside the park
in addition to the fantastic roller coasters, rides, and food choices.
For one last ride before Wildcat closes on Sunday, July 31, be sure to stop by this month.
What could we possibly accomplish with 3,100 feet of wooden track
Hershey, Pennsylvania is the home of Hersheypark. Milton S. Hershey initially created the theme park as a recreation area for his factory's workers
Hersheypark isn't your typical amusement park. Along with fantastic rides, roller coasters, and food choices
the park is home to a huge number of additional attractions
You will be able to visit ZooAmerica, The Boardwalk, and Hershey's Chocolate World as part of your Hersheypark admission ticket.
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