|Location||Hot Springs, Arkansas, USA|
|Operated||2000 to present|
July 22, 1978 to 1995
|Previous names||Magic Springs & Crystal Falls (? - 2016)|
Magic Springs is a theme park/waterpark in Hot Springs, Arkansas, United States. It was opened in 1978, but closed in 1995 for financial reasons. It was reopened in 2000.
History[edit | edit source]
The "Crystal Falls" branding was dropped in 2017.
Events[edit | edit source]
Magic Springs has multiple events throughout the year such as
- Education in Motion
- Celebrate The Word
- Magic Screams
Incidents[edit | edit source]
The following is a list of incidents that have occurred at Magic Springs and Crystal Falls.
- On July 30th, 2006, a 45-Year old woman from Memphis, Tennessee fell from the Twist and Shout coaster. Inspectors sais she was too large for the ride, which caused the safety restraints to not work properly.
- On September 4th, 2006, an 11-year old boy was shot in the wrist from a falling .22 caliber bullet.
- On June 9th, 2007, a power outage left 12 people stranded upside-down 150 feet feet in the air for 30 minutes on the X-Coaster.
Roller coasters[edit | edit source]
Present[edit | edit source]
|Arkansas Twister||Michael Black and Associates||Wooden||1992||Operating|
|Big Bad John||Arrow Dynamics||Mine Train||2000||Operating|
|Diamond Mine Run||E&F Miler Industries||Family||2000||Operating|
|X Coaster||Maurer AG||Sit-Down||2006||Operating|
Past[edit | edit source]
|Roaring Tornado||Arrow Dynamics||Steel||1980||1989||Elitch Gardens|
|Twist 'n' Shout||Zamperla||Wild Mouse||2000||2012||Family Kingdom Amusement Park|
[edit | edit source]
- on the Roller Coaster DataBase.