Defunct Roller Coasters: 7

NameTypeDesignScaleOpenedClosed
FlashWoodSit Down
ThrillerWoodSit Down
Wild MouseSteelSit DownThrill -
Double Eight Toboggan RailwayWoodSit Down
New Derby RacerWoodSit Down
ThrillerWoodSit Down
Dip-the-DipsWoodSit Down

Location

The park was located on the north side of 30th street. This area has become housing while the majority of Riverside Park, now Taggart Riverside Park still exists as a public park to the south of 30th street.

Notes

Photos of the Great Flood of March 1913, show both the "Double Eight Toboggan Railway", "Derby Racer" and "Dip-the-Dips" sticking out of the water. The Derby Racer was advertised as in operation later that year, but it isn't known if the Double Eight Toboggan Railway or Dip-the-Dips ever reopened.

Owner / Operator

The amusements were controlled by the Riverside Amusement Company.

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