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A family roller coaster is a medium-sized roller coaster made so that people of almost all sizes and ages can ride and enjoy. They are larger than a kiddie roller coaster and feature a more complicated layout than an "oval-shaped" kiddie coaster, but without larger elements such as inversions.
Notable Family Coasters
- FireChaser Express at Dollywood is a launched family coaster that goes forward and backwards.
- Cobra's Curse at Busch Gardens Tampa is a family coaster with an elevator lift that goes forwards, backwards, and spins.
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