|Location||Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA|
|New Mexico Rattler||Custom Coasters International, Inc.||Wooden||September 28, 2002||Operating|
|Spin-O-Rama||SBF Visa Group||Spinning||April 16, 2016||Operating|
|Coaster||B. A. Schiff & Associates||Kiddie||1964||Unknown||Unknown|
|Mad Mouse||Allan Herschell Company||Wild Mouse||1964||1981||Magic Mesa Fun Park|
In 2012, it was reported that Cliff's had acquired the former Greezed Lightnin' roller coaster, which was sitting in storage at Joyland Amusement Park after the closure of Six Flags AstroWorld. Clearly this fell through, as the ride is still in storage at Joyland.
|Cliff Hanger||Larson International & A.R.M. (USA)||Drop Tower||2005|
|Falling Star||Chance Rides||Falling Star||2005|
|Musik Express||Mack Rides||Musik Express||2005|
- Laflin, Nancy (October 8, 2020). "Owner of Cliff's Amusement Park trying to stay optimistic and reopen next year". KOAT7. Archived from the original on January 18, 2021. http://web.archive.org/web/20210118160936/https://www.koat.com/article/owner-of-cliffs-amusement-park-trying-to-stop-optimistic-and-reopen-next-year/34319363. Retrieved January 18, 2021.
- Historic Greezed Lightnin' moving to Cliff's Amusement Park - Amusement Today
- The new AstroWorld is not bringing back Greased Lightnin' after all: Legendary roller coaster's too pricey - CultureMap Houston