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Operating since 1907
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ROLLER COASTERS
Skyrush
Lightning Racer
Wildcat
Storm Runner
Great Bear
Sidewinder
Comet
Sooperdooperlooper
Fahrenheit
Laff Trakk
Wild Mouse

THRILL RIDES
Thrill Rides


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Hersheypark.
1907 Milton S. Hershey built Hershey Park so his employees would have a pleasant environment for picnicking and boating.
1912
Dentzel carousel is added.
1946 Comet replaces Wild Cat roller coaster.
1977 Sooperdooperlooper, the first looping      coaster on the East Coast opens.
1991 Sidewinder opens
1994 Hershey Park expands to 90 acres.  Tidal Force opens
1996 Celebrates 90th season with opening of Wildcat.
1997 Expands to 110 acres with the addition of Ferris Wheel and Whip.
1998 Great Bear opens.
1999 Wild Mouse opens.
2000 Dueling wooden roller coaster Lightning Racer opens.
2004 Storm Runner - the world's first hydraulic launch coaster opens.
2008 Fahrenheit opens.
2012 Skyrush opens.
2015 Laff Trakk opens.

 

 


 

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