Just like Geauga Lake amusement park, Raging Wolf Bobs is no more. After the closing of Geauga Lake, the coaster was sold at auction for $2,500 to Apex Machinery Movers, who were hired to move it to a new location for an unknown client. However, demolition did not begin until in 2011 and wasn't complete until spring of 2014. It's likely the coaster was scrapped.
Raging Wolf Bobs was a wooden coaster featuring a unique layout that based on the original Bobs coaster that operated at Riverview Park in Chicago. It was also notable since it one of the first projects from designer Curtis D. Summers and the Dinn Corporation. Unfortunately, Raging Wolf Bobs was suddenly closed after an incident involving its train and eventually demolished after Cedar Fair Entertainment forever closed Geauga Lake.
|1988||Wood||Freeform||Curtis D. Summers, Dinn Corporation|
Raging Wolf Bobs was sold at auction for $2,500 and moved to an unknown location.
June 16, 2007 – Final day of operation. The coaster is closed after an accident involving the train. One of the cars derailed after the train rolled back on one of the hills.
2005 – The park purchased a used Gerstlauer train Holiday World & Splashin Safari that operated on The Legend.
2003 – The two original PTC trains were replaced by a new train from Gerstlauer.
Estimated cost: $2 million
Train has six cars with two rows each, seating two abreast per row.
Height requirement: Riders must be at least 48 inches tall
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