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ACE Roller Coaster Landmarks

In an effort to recognize and promote rides that are noteworthy in coaster history, the ACE Roller Coaster Landmark program was established in 2000. This special designation is reserved for rides of historical significance, as determined by ACE. Additional coasters are designated on an ongoing basis. A permanent historical marker is presented to each park to display as desired, and it serves to educate park guests about the extensive history of the ride. Look for our ACE Roller Coaster Landmark plaques in the parks near each of these designated coasters!

The following 44 coasters have been designated as ACE Roller Coaster Landmarks.

Batman The Ride – Six Flags Great America – Gurnee, Illinois, USA

Beast (The) – Kings Island – Kings Mills, Ohio, USA

Big Dipper – Camden Park – Huntington, West Virginia, USA

Big Dipper – Geauga Lake – Aurora, Ohio, USA (Removed)

Blue Streak – Conneaut Lake Park – Conneaut Lake, Pennsylvania, USA

Cannon Ball – Lake Winnepesaukah – Rossville, Georgia, USA

Classic Coaster – Washington State Fair – Puyallup, Washington, USA

Comet (The) – The Great Escape & Splashwater Kingdom – Lake George, New York, USA

Corkscrew – Silverwood Theme Park – Athol, Idaho, USA

Cyclone – Lakeside Amusement Park – Denver, Colorado, USA

Cyclone – Luna Park – Brooklyn, New York, USA

Dragon Coaster – Playland Park – Rye, New York, USA

Giant Dipper – Belmont Park – San Diego, California, USA

Giant Dipper – Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk – Santa Cruz, California, USA

Great American Scream Machine – Six Flags Over Georgia – Austell, Georgia, USA

Jack Rabbit – Kennywood Park – West Mifflin, Pennsylvania, USA

Jack Rabbit – Seabreeze Amusement Park – Rochester, New York, USA

Kiddy Coaster – Playland Park – Rye, New York, USA

Leap-the-Dips – Lakemont Park – Altoona, Pennsylvania, USA

Legend – Arnolds Park – Arnolds Park, Iowa, USA

Loch Ness Monster – Busch Gardens Williamsburg – Williamsburg, Virginia, USA

Magnum XL-200 – Cedar Point – Sandusky, Ohio, USA

Matterhorn Bobsleds – Disneyland – Anaheim, California, USA

Mind Bender – Six Flags Over Georgia – Austell, Georgia, USA

Montaña Rusa – La Feria de Chapultepec Mágico – Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico

Montezooma's Revenge – Knott's Berry Farm – Buena Park, California, USA

New Revolution – Six Flags Magic Mountain – Valencia, California, USA

Phoenix – Knoebels Amusement Resort – Elysburg, Pennsylvania, USA

Racer – Kennywood Park – West Mifflin, Pennsylvania, USA

Racer (The) – Kings Island – Kings Mills, Ohio, USA

Racer 75 – Kings Dominion – Doswell, Virginia, USA

Raven (The) – Holiday World & – Splashin' Safari – Santa Claus, Indiana, USA

Roller Coaster – Lagoon – Farmington, Utah, USA

Runaway Mine Train – Six Flags Over Texas – Arlington, Texas, USA

Screamin' Eagle – Six Flags St. Louis – Eureka, Missouri, USA

Swamp Fox – Family Kingdom – Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, USA

Thunderbolt – Six Flags New England – Agawam, Massachusetts, USA

Thunderbolt – Kennywood Park – West Mifflin, Pennsylvania, USA

Thunderhawk – Dorney Park – Allentown, Pennsylvania, USA

Whizzer – Six Flags Great America – Gurnee, Illinois, USA

Wild One – Six Flags America – Largo, Maryland, USA

Wildcat – Lake Compounce – Bristol, Connecticut, USA

Wooden Roller Coaster – Playland at the PNE – Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Yankee Cannonball – Canobie Lake Park – Salem, New Hampshire, USA


The Beast – Kings Island
Photo: Gary Slade


Cyclone – Astroland
Photo: Bobby Nagy


Magnum XL-200 – Cedar Point
Photo: Tim Baldwin


Thunderbolt – Kennywood Park
Photo: Allan S. Reid