Roller Coasters in Pennsylvania

Roller coasters at amusement parks in Pennsylvania are among the best in the country from Hershey Park, to Waldameer, Dutch Wonderland, Kennywood and more. Plan your next visit to the best roller coasters in Pennsylvania.

Learn about the best roller coasters in the state of Pennsylvania. Plan your next visit all of these amusement parks, and make it your goal to complete the circuit of the best roller coasters in the state.

Kennywood

Steel Curtain roller coaster

The tallest coaster in the state of Pennsylvania (220 feet), most inversions in North America (9), and tallest inversion in the world (197 feet). Kennywood’s three wooden coasters designated Landmark rides by the American Coaster Enthusiasts .

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Waldameer

Ravine Flyer II

Ranked 7th Best Wooden Coaster in the world. The steel support structure boasts a 120’ first drop, over 3000’ feet of track, speeds over 60 mph, all combined with 6 tunnels and a 165’ arched bridge that sends you soaring over a 4-lane highway!

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Knoebels Amusement Resort

Phoenix

This classic wooden roller coaster offers a thrill that won’t disappoint. A fast ride with upwards acceleration and a “double out and back” layout has passengers flying through the air and catching a bird’s eye view of the rolling, tree-covered hills.

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Lakemont Park

Skyliner Roller Coaster

The Skyliner is one of three exhilarating roller coasters at Lakemont Park. With 18 seats waiting to be filled, this wooden coaster should be your first stop. Leap-The-Dips Roller Coaster oldest wooden roller coaster in the world.

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Hersheypark®

Skyrush

Skyrush® roller coaster climbs 200 feet into the air before flying downhill at 75 mph. Experience 4 high speed turns, 5 zero-G airtime hills, and the highest drop in Hersheypark® – all from a thrilling, winged-seat coaster train!

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Dutch Wonderland

Kingdom Coaster

The kid-friendly Kingdom Coaster takes you to new heights of fun!

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Idlewild

Rollo Coaster

Rollo Coaster is approximately 1400 feet, with the highest point of only 40 feet off the ground. The out-and-back coaster utilizes the park typography cleverly as it is built on the side of a hill. The ride takes about one minute and 10 seconds to travel across the rolling hills and little dips.

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Sesame Place

Oscar’s Wacky Taxi™

Join Oscar the Grouch for a crazy, curvy taxi ride on our first ever family-friendly wooden roller coaster. Oscar’s Wacky Taxi™ is a one of a kind wooden-steel hybrid roller coaster with a bright yellow, taxi cab inspired train with everyone’s favorite grouch at the helm.

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