Little Dipper was purchased by Six Flags at the Kiddieland auction in the Fall of 2010. This classic wooden coaster was then relocated from the Melrose Park site to Six Flags Great America where it continues to operate today.
Herb Schmeck designed this classic junior "figure 8" wooden roller coaster with the family in mind. Little Dipper may be designed for kids, but it delivers enough thrills to excite adults. The three story tall lift hill carries the train up to begin its journey through a series of pint sized drops and hills before returning to the station.
|2010||Wood||Junior Figure 8||Herb Schmeck, Philadelphia Toboggan Co.|
|Height: 28 feet||Drop: 20 feet|
|Top Speed: 25 mph||Length: 700 feet|
|Trains: 1 - 16 passenger||Train Mfg: Philadelphia Toboggan Co.|
|Ride Time: 50 seconds|
PTC Serial Number: 115
May 2010 – Reopening at Six Flags Great America
Six Flags purchases the coaster at the Kiddieland auction for $33,000.
September 27, 2009 – Final day of operation at Kiddieland (Melrose Park, IL)
Train has four cars with two rows each, seating two abreast per row.
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