Over 85 years old, Lagoon's "Roller Coaster" remains one of the most popular attractions at the amusement park and is one of only a few wooden coasters between Denver and the West Coast. In 1953, a fire destroyed the front of this coaster. It was rebuilt the following year. Roller Coaster was designed by John A. Miller and stands 62-feet high. Its double out and back layout is nearly half a mile in length.
|1921||Wood||Double Out and Back||John A. Miller|
Fact: Originally named "Pippin Dips"
1953 - Fire destroys the station and front part of Roller Coaster.
Train has four cars with three rows each, seating two abreast per row.
Height requirement: Riders must be at least 51 inches tall with an adult or 46 inches to ride alone
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