Dragon Fyre

Roller coaster in Canada
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Dragon Fyre
One of the two vertical loops, taken before the construction of Leviathan
Canada's Wonderland
Location Vaughan, Ontario, Canada
Coordinates 43°50′40″N 79°32′26″W / 43.844519°N 79.540644°W / 43.844519; -79.540644
Park section Medieval Faire
Status Operating since 1981
Rider height 122 cm minimum
Manufacturer Arrow Dynamics
Product Custom Looping Coaster
Type Steel
Riders per train 28
Propulsion Chain lift hill
Height 23.8 metres
Drop 23.2 metres
Top speed 80.5 km/h
Length 658.4 metres
Inversions 4
Duration 1:30

Dragon Fyre is a steel roller coaster located at Canada's Wonderland in Vaughan, Ontario, Canada.


Dragon Fyre with Leviathan overhead

The roller coaster is one of four which opened with Canada's Wonderland in 1981. It was named "Dragon Fyre" until it was changed to Dragon Fire for the 1997 season.[1] For the 2019 season, several other attractions in the Medieval Faire area had their original names restored, including Dragon Fire.[2]

Leviathan, opened in 2012, passes over Dragon Fyre. At a height of 93.3 metres, Leviathan's first drop is 70 metres taller than Dragon Fyre.[3]



Since the removal of Drachen Fire from Busch Gardens Williamsburg, Dragon Fyre is the only Arrow Dynamics coaster in existence to have counter-clockwise turning corkscrews.[1]

Color scheme

Green track with yellow rails and purple supports. The supports used to be brown, but where repainted in 2005.


2 trains with 7 cars per train. In each car, riders are arranged 2 across in 2 rows, for a total of 28 riders per train. Dragon Fyre originally had three trains. For the 1987 season, one was transferred to the newly built Bat, a Vekoma Boomerang which uses the same track system as Dragon Fyre.[1]



  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Dragon Fire - Canada's Wonderland
  2. Peacock, Grace. "2019 Canada's Wonderland Park Guide reflects big changes, a new themed section and a nod to history". Canada's Wonderland. Retrieved 10 March 2020.
  3. "Wonderland unleashes Leviathan".

External links

Articles on Canada's Wonderland