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Great Coasters International

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Sunbury, Pennsylvania, USA

Great Coasters International is a Sunbury, Pennsylvania-based wooden roller coaster manufacturer. Their name is a reference to the now-defunct Custom Coasters International.

Roller Coasters

Great Coasters International has built 29 roller coasters as of May 2020. Here is a list of all of the coasters by the company.


  • Bold = Closed
Name Park Location Opened
American Thunder Six Flags St. Louis Eureka, Missouri, United States June 20, 2008
Apocalypse the Ride Six Flags Magic Mountain Valencia, California, United States May 23, 2009
El Toro Freizeitpark Plohn Lengenfeld, Saxony, Germany April 10, 2009
Gold Striker California's Great America Santa Clara, California, United States May 31, 2013
Great Desert-Rally Happy Valley Jinniu, Chengdu, Sichuan, China August 8, 2017
Gwazi Busch Gardens Tampa Tampa, Florida, United States June 18, 1999
Heidi The Ride Plopsaland De Panne Adinkerke-De Panne, West Flanders, Flemish Region, Belgium April 2, 2017
InvadR Busch Gardens Williamsburg Williamsburg, Virginia, United States April 7, 2017
Joris en de Draak Efteling Kaatsheuvel, North Brabant, Netherlands July 1, 2010
Jungle Dragon Happy Valley Yubei, Chongqing, China September 6, 2017
Kentucky Rumbler Beech Bend Bowling Green, Kentucky, United States May 6, 2006
Lightning Racer Hersheypark Hershey, Pennsylvania, United States May 13, 2000
Mystic Timbers Kings Island Mason, Ohio, United States April 15, 2017
Ozark Wildcat Celebration City Branson, Missouri, United States May 1, 2003
Prowler Worlds of Fun Kansas City, Missouri, United States May 2, 2009
Python in Bamboo Forest Nanchang Sunac Land Xinjian, Nanchang, Jiangxi, China May 28, 2016
Renegade Valleyfair Shakopee, Minnesota, United States May 12, 2007
Roar Six Flags America Upper Marlboro, Maryland, United States May 2, 1998
Roar Six Flags Discovery Kingdom Vallejo, California, United States May 14, 1999
Texas Stingray SeaWorld San Antonio San Antonio, Texas, United States February 22, 2020
Thunderbird PowerLand Kauhava, Southern Ostrobothnia, Finland April 29, 2006
Thunderhead Dollywood Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, United States April 3, 2004
Troy Toverland Sevenum, Limburg, Netherlands June 29, 2007
White Lightning Fun Spot America Orlando, Florida, United States May 2013
Wicker Man Alton Towers Alton, Staffordshire, England, United Kingdom March 20, 2018
Wildcat Hersheypark Hershey, Pennsylvania, United States May 26, 1996
Wilkolak Majaland Kownaty Torzym, Lubuskie, Poland June 29, 2019
Wodan Timbur Coaster Europa Park Rust, Baden-Württemberg, Germany March 31, 2012
Wood Coaster Knight Valley Yantain, Shenzhen, Guangdong, China July 19, 2011
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