Arizona is a state of few amusement parks and very few coasters, only a handful in fact. The two largest ones are both located at Castles 'n' Coasters, a small park that sits adjacent to a huge mall in Phoenix.
Here is a view of the whole park from the sky. The upper left is the start of that large mall I mentioned above. The park derives its name from having a large building that is, well, a castle and also the two roller coasters that can be found here. There's also some elaborate mini-golf courses, a log flume, zip-line, and a few other flat rides including a free fall.
Of the two coasters offered the more family oriented one is named the Patriot. It was designed by Hopkins and features a layout that is similar to a Vekoma roller skater but not the same. It's a perfect started coaster for those still waiting on trying out bigger rides.
The second coaster is Desert Storm - and this one features two vertical loops and a unique lift hill support structure to make room for the log flume underneath. The track also has a couple large helices thrown in for good measure!
The park is a bit out of the way for coaster fans, seeing as the state doesn't have much to offer - so you don't really hear much about these rides. Both opened in 1992 (the names make more sense, considering that fact) and are still going strong.
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