A traditional "out and back" wooden coaster with a long history involving multiple designers. Wild One was originally the Giant Coaster at Paragon Park before it was relocated by the Dinn Corporation to Six Flags America in 1986. John A. Miller was the original designer, but the roller coaster was rebuilt by Herb Schmeck in 1932.
|1917||Wood||Out and Back||John A. Miller, Herb Schmeck, Charles Dinn|
|Height: 98 feet||Drop: 88 feet|
|Top Speed: 53 mph||Length: 4,000 feet|
|Trains: 2 - 24 passenger||Ride Time: 2 minutes|
1986 - Relocated from Paragon Park by the Dinn Corporation where it was called Giant Coaster.
Train has four cars with three rows each, seating two abreast per row.
Height requirement: Riders must be at least 48 inches tall
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