Rockin' Roller

Roller coaster in the United States
Rockin' Roller
Six Flags St. Louis
Location Eureka, Missouri, USA
Status Defunct
Operated 1975 to 2006
Replaced by American Thunder
Manufacturer Allan Herschell Company
Product Little Dipper
Type Steel - Kiddie
Propulsion Chain lift hill
Inversions 0
Rolling stock
Manufacturer Bradley & Kaye
Riders per train 12

Rockin' Roller was a steel kiddie roller coaster located at Six Flags St. Louis in Eureka, Missouri, USA.


The ride opened in 1975 as Rock Candy Express. This lasted until 1985 where the area and the ride got a Looney Tunes theme, and it became the Acme Gravity Powered Roller Ride. In 2005, the ride got relocated to the former spot of the Looney Tooter, which itself also got relocated and renamed. This was done to make space for the retrack and expansion of the Moon Antique Cars. The coaster got renamed for the fourth time in this relocation, now being called Rockin' Roller. This version of the ride only lasted one year, however, and it stood SBNO in 2007. It got removed in 2008, together with the rest of Looney Tunes Town, to make way for American Thunder. Funnily enough, the expanded route of the Moon Antique Cars also got removed that year.[1]



Colour scheme

Black track and supports.


3 cars per train. In each car, riders are arranged 2 across in 2 rows, for a total of 12 riders per train.


  1. Using Google Earth Pro's time travel tool, all of the following information can be observed.

External links

Articles on Six Flags St. Louis