Monday, November 28, 2016

New Super Cyclone Coaster Coming to Santa's Village Azoosment Park

© Santa's Village Azoosment Park
Santa's Village Azoosment Park, located in East Dundee, Illinois, has announced that they are building a new roller coaster for 2017, named the Super Cyclone.

The park, which was reopened in 2011 after be closed for five or so years, has steadily expanded each year adding rides and attractions along with its popular petting zoo (hence the Azoosment Park name).  It originally opened in 1956 as just Santa's Village, and had two sister parks of the same name in California.

The new coaster will be fabricated by Interpark, and is one of the company's Super Cyclon designs.  The ride will feature orange track and gray steel supports, and is designed as a mild thrill ride that can appeal to the whole family.  When complete, the Super Cyclone will stand 35 feet tall, feature 1,148 feet of track, have a top speed of 30 miles per hour and utilize several two car trains that zip around the course.

You can read more about the park's expansion plans and keep up with the status of the new ride via the park's website.