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Chaos - A Chance-Morgan Chaos that opened in 1997 as one of the first ride of its kind in the world. It inverts its riders in three degrees of motion: lifting, inverting, and spinning.
Demon Drop - An Intamin AG first-generation Freefall attraction. It carries four passengers at a time up an elevator shaft, slides forward, and then falls downward on a track, giving two seconds of weightlessness. It is one of the only two remaining of it's kind in the United States.
maXair - A Huss Giant Frisbee ride that swings back and forth at an arc of up to 100 degrees.
Skyhawk - An S&S Screamin' Swing, it is currently the world's largest swinging ride, reaching speeds of 60 mph and swings up to an arc of 92 degrees.
Power Tower- A typical Power Tower ride with Space Shot and Turbo Drop This ride is similar to the one erected at its sister park, Valleyfair!, in Shakopee, MN. The Power Tower at Valleyfair! only has three towers with only one tower being a space shot.
Witches' Wheel- A thrilling variation of the Ferris wheel, the Witches' Wheel turns riders upside down more than a dozen times nearly 60 feet above the midway. This ride is the same as Enterprise in its sister park, Valleyfair!, in Shakopee, MN. At one point, it had the distinction of the highest minimum height requirement (60 inches, though now reduced to 54 inches).
Snake River Falls - A Shoot-the-Chutes ride designed by Arrow Dynamics, Snake River Falls opened in 1993 as the tallest, steepest water ride in the world upon opening.
Thunder Canyon - A River Rafting Ride ride designed by Intamin AG, Thunder Canyon opened in 1986. Thunder Canyon was the second ever Intamin AG River Rafting Rides built, and currently is the oldest operating water ride of its type. Thunder Canyon normally closes in early September in order to transform into a Halloween attraction called Werewolf Canyon.
Antique Cars - An automobile track ride designed by Arrow Dynamics. One of three track rides in the park.
Cadillac Cars - A second track ride with cars designed to look like a 1914 Cadillac. Also made by Arrow Dynamics.
Calypso- A Mack Calypso ride that spins riders in two degrees of motion.
Sky Ride - Manufactured by Von Roll, this standard aerial tram-way opened in 1961.
Space Spiral - This 330-foot (100 m) tall Von Rollobservation tower gives riders a 360-degree view of the surrounding area. First Amusement Park ride in the world to top 300 feet (91 m), tallest in the world when it was built and second tallest ride in the park if you include the antenna.
Super Himalaya - A circular Mack Musik Express ride that travels in a clockwise motion on a track of various elevations.