Oklahoma Land Run

Roller coaster in the United States
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Oklahoma Land Run
Location Newcastle, Oklahoma, United States
Status Defunct
Operated 1997 to 2016
Cost $10,000 USD[1]
Builder Jeremy Reid
Designer / calculations Jeremy Reid
Type Wooden
Riders per train 1
Propulsion Chain lift
Height 20 feet
Drop 20 feet
Top speed 20 mph
Length 450 feet
Inversions 0
Duration 1:04

Oklahoma Land Run was a wooden roller coaster located in Jeremy Reid's Backyard in Newcastle, Oklahoma, United States. It was 20 feet tall and had a top speed of 20 mph[2] The coaster was located at 620 N Rockwell Ave, Newcastle, OK 73065.


In 1997, the coaster's original design was built, it was a simple shuttle coaster with a ladder to the top. The following year, a hill and a banked turn were added. In 1999, a chain lift was added and the track was now a full circuit.

In 2007, the chain lift was moved and a new Turnaround was added before the drop

The coaster was dismantled in 2016.



The track was made of pressure-treated southern yellow pine [2]


Single train with 1 cars. In each car, riders are arranged inline in a single row, for a total of 1 riders per train.


  1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J8I3iOarv6U&lc=Ugytl1b_GXBrB_pjwJ94AaABAg.9QCBL5bjGix9QEot4vJV2X
  2. 2.0 2.1 Wedel, Steve (October 22nd, 1999). "Man builds on dreams Roller coaster learning experience". The Oklahoman. Archived from the original on October 25th, 2021. Retrieved October 25th, 2021. {{cite web}}: Check date values in: |accessdate=, |date=, and |archivedate= (help)