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Streamliner Coaster

Ride Info

Mild
36"
Thrill Seeker Park

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.

Details

Former names Pied Piper (1992–1999)

Kiddie Koaster was originally named Pied Piper when it opened with Fiesta Texas on March 14, 1992.

Rollschuhcoaster (1999–2009)

Romp Bomp A Stomp (2009–2011)

Capacity 670 riders per hour
Designer 
  • Peter Clerx
Ride Type Steel Junior Coaster
Ride Height 15 Feet
Drop Height 13 Feet

Ride Info

Mild
36"
Thrill Seeker Park

By the Numbers

14 mph
279 ft
1992
Make: Vekoma