Wild Kitty (opened 2013)

Roller coaster
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Wild Kitty
Wild Kitty (Frontier City) 2013 01.jpg
Wild Kitty in 2013
Frontier City
Location Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA
Status Defunct
Operated 2013 to 2018
Replaced by Frankie's Mine Train
Elitch Gardens
Name Cactus Coaster
Location Denver, Colorado, USA
Operated May 27, 1995 to 2012
Replaced by Blazin' Buckaroo
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Location unknown
Statistics
Manufacturer Allan Herschell Company
Product Little Dipper
Type Steel - Kiddie
Riders per train 12
Propulsion Chain lift hill
Height 12.3 feet
Inversions 0
HELP

Wild Kitty was a steel kiddie roller coaster built by US manufacturer Allan Herschell Company previously located at Frontier City in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA.

History

The ride opened at Elitch Gardens on May 27, 1995 as Wild Kitten, after being used elsewhere.

In 1999, the Wild Kitten was moved to the new Looney Tunes Movie Town under the name Great Chase. When PARC Management bought the park from Six Flags in 2007, all Warner Bros. theming had to be removed from the park. With the removal of the Looney Tunes theming, the ride was renamed Tombstone Tumbler.

In 2008, the ride was renamed Cactus Coaster. It closed after the 2012 season.

The ride was transported to Frontier City. It opened in 2013 as the Wild Kitty. It replaced a similar roller coaster with the same name.

On August 30, 2018, it was announced during Six Flags' announcement video that Frontier City would receive a new kids area named Timber Town. As part of this, Wild Kitty was removed at the end of the 2018 season to make way for Frankie's Mine Train, a Zamperla Family Gravity Coaster 80STD installation.

Design

Elements

Wild Kitty followed a standard layout with a single chain lift hill and several bunny hills making the oval shaped layout. The train completes three circuits of the track.

Trains

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

External links


Articles on Frontier City
Articles on Elitch Gardens