Hersheypark closed Wildcat on July 31, 2022, so the roller coaster could be redesigned into a new ride for the 2023 season. Borrowing its name from Hersheypark's first roller coaster, Wildcat was a twister-style wooden coaster designed by Clair Hain and Mike Boodley. Standing 106 feet tall, this 3,183-foot-long wooden coaster had a twisted layout with crossovers and spiraling helices.
|1996||Wood||Twister||Great Coasters International|
2007 – Original 6-car, 24-passenger PTC trains replaced with two Millennium Flyer trains from Great Coasters.
Opening date: May 26, 1996
Estimated cost: $5 million
Train has twelve cars with one row each, seating two abreast per row.
Height requirement: Riders must be at least 48 inches tall
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