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Jersey Devil Coaster

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The World's Tallest, Fastest, and Longest Single Rail Coaster

The world’s tallest, fastest, and longest single rail coaster, Jersey Devil Coaster, will debut in 2021. We look forward to sharing more updates as we prepare to share this record-breaking scream machine.

87-Degree First Drop
Ascend a 130-foot lift hill to plummet into the dark woods on a steep 87-degree first drop.
Three Intense Inversions
Experience a 180-degree stall and zero g-roll high above the trees.
Inline Style Trains
Riders sit low and single file with their legs straddling either side of the monorail track.
Five Extreme Elements
Three intense elements including the steep 87-degree first drop, raven dive and overbank cutback.
Longest Single Rail Coaster
Soar at speeds up to 58 mph over 3,000 feet of track.

Construction Gallery

Go behind the scenes of Jersey Devil Coaster construction. Click the images below to see a larger version

Groundbreaking for Jersey Devil Coaster began on November 13, 2019.
After months of clearing the area, crews began to move in and begin the construction process.
Digging and placement for footers begins.
Iron rebar arrives and will be used to reinforce the concrete in the footers.
Footer depth rangers from 2 ft. - 5 ft. and will soon be filled
Concrete is poured into the footers, then smoothed out to set.
The first delivery of steel arrives on January 13, 2020.
The first delivery of steel arrives on January 13, 2020.
After all concrete is poured for pier caps, steel is moved to the construction site.
The first delivery of orange track arrives to the park on February 14, 2020.
All pier caps have been finished, and steel has been moved to the construction site
Steel went vertical for Jersey Devil Coaster on March, 2 2020.
Steel columns begin to take shape to support intense elements.
After all columns are assembled, they are prepared for track.
"Saddles" are attached to the top of the columns so track pieces can be attached.
On March 24, 2020 the first piece of track was installed.
A closer look at the track piece being attached to a saddle.
The dive loop is the first intense element installed in the early Spring of 2020.
The dive loop is the first element after the first drop.
After a long pause due to COVID-19 regulations, construction resumed on 12-28-2020 with installation of the brake run.
The brake run was completed shortly after installation with a turn into the station area.
Track work continued on as the crew added more intense elements.
The bottom of the lift hill begins to take shape
After lots of lift work, things come full circle as one of the final few pieces attaches to the very first piece of track.
On January, 25, 2021 the final piece of Jersey Devil Coaster was installed, joining the lift hill and the first drop.

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By the Numbers

58 mph
3000 ft