Short is Most Definitely Sweet!
Are your little ones ready to take on their first bigger kid thrill ride? Streamliner Coaster may be small, but it packs a big punch, delivering lots of oohs and aahs for the mild adventurists in your family.
Jump onto the very streamline train for a light-hearted ride around the 278-foot track.
Then you’re off, on a swooping curvy ride over a small hill, then drooping down a mini-dip and swerve around curvy bend. Your junior drop isn’t too steep, but is still exciting enough for a little tummy-tickle. This ride is brisk and airy, but not too scary. In fact, it’s so fun you get to ride it twice in a row.
|Former names||Pied Piper (1992–1999)
Kiddie Koaster was originally named Pied Piper when it opened with Fiesta Texas on March 14, 1992.
Romp Bomp A Stomp (2009–2011)
|Capacity||670 riders per hour|
|Ride Type||Steel Junior Coaster|
|Ride Height||15 Feet|
|Drop Height||13 Feet|