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Schuyler Lake is a theme park located in Canandaigua, New York.

HistoryEdit

The park opened in 1913 by the Schuyler family. The park was owned by Group W (Westinghouse Amusement Division) from 1962 until 1975. In 1976 the park was sold to Kings Entertainment Company. In 1987, after a deal with KECO and another company didn't include the park in the sale, the park was sold to Funtime Parks Inc. In 1995 the park was sold to Premier Parks. In 1999 Six Flags took over the park and rebranded the park as "Six Flags Schuyler Lake". In November 2010, Six Flags sold the park to Cedar Fair and numerous changes occurred at the park, mostly ride renaming and the removal of the Six Flags branding from the park. In October 2015, Cedar Fair sold Schuyler Lake  to Funtime Parks and Entertainment (second incarnation), but Cedar Fair continued to operate the park for the 2016 season. In September 2016 Cedar Fair gave the park's operations back to Six Flags as a result of this all Cedar Fair references were removed from the park, but Funtime still owns the park.

AreasEdit

  • Centennial Plaza (formerly known as "Schuyler Gardens" (1962-2012))
  • North Country
  • Little New York (introduced in 1990; formerly known as "West Area" (1962-1989))
  • Timber Land Town (formerly known as "Old Britaina" ,(1982-2010), and "West Area" (1962-1981))
  • Sailor Schuyler's Seaport (formerly known as "Sesame Town" (1984-1990))
  • Wegmans Kids Country (formerly known as "Camp Snoopy" (2011-2016), "Bug Bunny World & Thomas Town" (2008-2010), "Bugs Bunny World" (1999-2007), "Adventureland for Kids" (1987-1998), and "Kiddy Kingdom" (1962-1986))
  • East Area
  • Boardwalk Bay

Roller coastersEdit

Name Year Opened Description
Iron Comet 2017 A wood/steel hybrid roller coaster built by Rocky Mountain Construction. Replaced Golden Comet. Located in the Boardwalk Bay section.
Timber Run 1970 A Philadelphia Toboggan Company wooden family coaster. Formerly known as "Gargoyle" (1991-2016) and "Jack Rabbit II" (1970-1990). Replaced Jack Rabbit. Located in the Timber Land Town section.
V-Force 2001 An Intamin impulse coaster with an angled spike ala Six Flags Discovery Kingdom. Formerly known as "V2: Vertical Velocity" (2001-2010). Located in the East Area section.
XLR8R 1999 A 300-foot tall Morgan hyper coaster. Formerly known as "Goliath" (1999-2010). Located in the North Country section.
Enforcer 2000 An Intamin hyper coaster. Formerly known as "Century Strength" (2000-2001) and "Superman: Ride of Steel" (2002-2010). Located in the Little New York section.
Nighthawk 2010 A Bolliger & Mabillard flying coaster. Formerly known as "Green Lantern" (2010). Located in the Little New York section.
Little Lake Monster 1997 A Caprio "Batflyer" coaster. Was marketed as the first suspended coaster for kids when it first opened. Located in the Kiddie Kingdom section.
Boomerang Corkscrew 1991 A variation of the standard "Boomerang" coaster model with a corkscrew element instead of a cobra roll. Built by Arrow Dynamics. Located in the Boardwalk Bay section.
Steel Beast 1988 An Arrow Dynamics looping roller coaster. Was the first roller coaster in the world with eight inversions when it first opened. Located in the North Country section.
Timber Land Twister 2005 A Gerstlauer spinning coaster. Was the first spinning coaster with a loop and to reach the 100-foot tall mark. Formerly known as "Pandemonium" (2005-2007) and "Tony Hawk's Big Spin" (2008-2010). Located in the Timber Land Town section.
Coilier 2002 A Bolliger & Mabillard floorless roller coaster. Formerly known as "Steel Venom" (2011-2016) and "Medusa" (2002-2010). Located in the East Area section.
Little Schuyler Flyer 2013 Relocated from Hershey Park. Located in the Sailor Schuyler's Seaport section. Formerly had water features, but discontinued due to maintenance issues and is now just a family suspended coaster. Formerly known as "Sailor Schuyler's Splashin' Roller Soaker" (2013-2016).
Big New Yorker 1990 A Bolliger & Mabillard looping roller coaster. Currently the tallest looping roller coaster in the world at 260 feet. Located in the Little New York section.
Cavalier 2004 An Intamin Accelerator coaster. Currently the tallest roller coaster in the world at 495 feet. Located in the East Area section.
Schuyler Flyer 1993 A Bolliger & Mabillard "Batman" inverted roller coaster. Formerly known as "Batman: The Ride" (1999-2010) and "Tx3: Terror x3" (1993-1998). Located in the Little New York section.
Beastie 1976 An Arrow Dynamics kiddie coaster. Formerly known as "Sailor Schuyler" (1976-1987) and "Steel Beastie" (1988-1990) Located in the Sailor Schuyler's Seaport section.
Matrix 1987 A Vekoma MK-700 coaster. It was the first Vekoma “Illusion” coaster ever made. Located in the Boardwalk Bay section. Formerly known as "Matrix: The New Revolution" (1996-2011). The ride's original name simply just "Matrix" was restored in 2012.
Lake Monster 1984 An Arrow Dynamics suspended coaster. It is currently the longest and tallest suspended coaster in the world. Formerly known as "Schuyler Lake Monster" (1984-1986). Located in the North Country section.
Versus 2013 A Gerstlauer 4D “ Split & Spin” coaster. The coaster's trains intermittently split off into their own ways and rejoin at certain points of the ride. Located in the East Area section.
Tidal Wave 2014 A Zamperla Skater Coaster. Even though it's technically a flat ride the park lists it as a roller coaster. Located in the Sailor Schuyler's Seaport section.
Valor 2016 A Premier Rides Sky Loop II coaster model. Located in the Little New York section.
Dispatch Master 2016 A Triotech dark ride/coaster. Formerly known as "Disaster Transport: Mission 2" (2016). Located in the East Area section.
Action Mountain 1991 An Arrow Dynamics dinghy water slide that was built on the park's iconic landmark, Mount Schuyler. Located in the East section.
Lumberjack 1982 195 foot tall Arrow Dynamics log flume ride that was touted as the world's tallest and longest log flume ride. Located in the North Country section.
Arctic Run 1986 An Intamin river rapids ride with an arctic theme. Located in the East section.
Paddlewheel Excursions 2013 A paddlewheel boat ride around Schuyler Lake. Relocated from Cedar Point. Located in the North Country section. Located in the North Country section.
Whitewater Landing 2005 An Intamin Shoot the Chute water ride. Located in the Boardwalk Bay section. Formerly known as "Shipwreck Falls" (2005-2010). Located in the East Section.
Frightmare Monster Blasters 1999 A Sally Corporation interactive dark ride where riders shoot monsters. Formerly known as "Scooby-Doo Ghostblasters" (1999-2010). Located in the Boardwalk Bay section.
Screamin' Demon 2002 A Chance Rides Revolution ride. Located in the Boardwalk Bay section.
Redhawk 2010 A Zamperla Giant Discovery ride. Located in the Boardwalk Bay section.
SkyScreamer 2011 A Mondail Wind Seeker ride. formerly known as "WindSeeker" (2011-2016). Located in the Boardwalk Bay section.
Halfpipe 360 2008 A Zamperla Disk'O ride. Formerly known as "Tony Hawk's Halfpipe 360" (2008-2010). Located in the Timber Land Town section.
Big Apple Turnover 1995 A Huss Top Spin ride. Located in the Little New York section.
Firecracker 1975 A Schwarkopf Enterprise ride. Located in the Boardwalk Bay section.
Thrill Drop 1997 A 200-foot tall Intamin Drop Tower. Located in the Timberland Town section.
Lightning Loop 2015 A 200-foot tal Larson Super Loop ride. Located in the East Section.

FamilyEdit

  • Super Wheel (1973)
  • Dodge 'Ems (1993; formerly known as "Gotham City Dodgems" (1999-2010) and "Bear Valley Bumper Buuggys" (1993-1998))
  • Sailor (1980)
  • Schuyler Skyway (1962)
  • Whirlwind (1979)
  • Blackbeard's Ship (1978)
  • Maple Leaf Flyers (2013)
  • Lakeside Turnpike (1963)
  • Schuyler & Canandaigua Lakes Railroad (1962)
  • Carousel Castle (1913)
  • Calypso (1969-1995, 2016)
  • Der Katerpult (1982)

Kiddie (Sailor Schuyler's Seaport; formerly known as "Sesame Town")Edit

  • SS Schuyler (2005)
  • Barrel Roller (1984; formerly known as "Cookie Monster's Cookie-Go-Round")
  • Seaport Coastal Delivery Service (1984; formerly known as "Oscar's Trash Trucks")
  • Great Barrier Reef Sub (1991)
  • Crow's Nest (1991)
  • Seaport Weather Balloons (1991)
  • Red Baron Seaplanes (1976; formerly known as "Sesame Street Airport" (1984-1990) "Red Baron" (1976-1983))
  • Frog Pond (2012)
  • Sea Breeze Swings (2012)
  • Sailor Schuyler's High Sea Adventure (2012)
  • Peg Leg Pat's Bilge Rat Blasters (2013)

Kiddie (Wegmans Kids Country; formerly known as "Camp Snoopy")Edit

  • Funtime Junction (2008; formerly known as "Snoopy's Junction" (2011-2016) and "Percy's Mail Delivery" (2008-2010))
  • Sky Copters (2008; formerly known as "Woodtstock's Whirlybirds" (2011-2016) and "Harold the Helicopter" (2008-2010))
  • BMX Motorcross (1976; formerly known as , "Joe Cool Motorcycles" (2011-2016), "Daffy Duck Magic Motorcade" (1999-2010), and "Tike Bikes" (1976-1998))
  • Buster the Wacky Bus (2008; formerly known as "Camp Bus" and "Bertie the Bus"(2008-2010))
  • Super Wheel Too (1976; formerly known as "Snoopy's World Wheel" (2011-2016)"Bugs Bunny's Wacky Wheel" (1999-2010), and "Windmill" (1978-1998)
  • Space Race (1987; formerly known as "Snoopy's Space Race" (2011-2016), "Marvin's Space Race" (1999-2010), and "Robo Flight" (1987-1998))
  • Little Lumberjack (1982)
  • Kiddie City (1991)
  • Jr. Dodge 'Ems (1976; formerly known as "Peanuts Road Rally" (2011-2016),"Taz's Road Rally" (1986-2010) and "Kiddie Bumper Cars" (1976-1985))
  • Tree Climber (2012; formerly known as "Kite Eating Tree")
  • Batty-Go-Round (1984-1990, 2017; formerly known as "The Count's Batty Bat" (1984-1990))

OthersEdit

  • Sailor Schuyler's Beach House (2013) (playground)

Extra chargeEdit

  • Thrill Swinger (1998)
  • Revolution (1991)
  • Starlight Mini Golf (1992)

Defunct ridesEdit

Roller coastersEdit

  • Robin Hood (1982-1985)
  • Pippin the Zippin (1928-1987)
  • Sonic Boom (1982-2002)
  • DeJa Vu (2001-2010)
  • Grand Prix (1940-2012)
  • Comet Jr. (1962-1975)
  • Wildcat (1975-2013)
  • Corkscrew (1977-1987; put in storage then later relocated to Playdium Finger Lakes)
  • Woodstock Express (1984-2016; formerly known as "Thomas' Railway" (2008-2010), "Roadrunner Express (1991-2007), and "Snuffleupagus Express" (1984-1990))
  • Golden Comet (1962-2016; partly burned down in a fire during the 2016 season)
  • Jack Rabbit (1928-1969; the park's first roller coaster; replaced with Gargoyle)

Flat ridesEdit

  • It came from Schuyler Lake! (1977-2011)
  • Sky Sailor (1991-2002)
  • Storm Force 2000 (1984-2004)
  • Krazy Kracken (1984-2011)
  • Mount Schuyler Funicular (1962-1990)
  • Fear Faller (1983-1996)
  • XTR: Xtreme Thrill Ride (1998-2002)
  • Vulcan's Hammer (2000-2007)
  • Ranger (1982-1999, 2016; removed after its brief return in 2016 due unreliable maintenance)
  • Metro Express (1962-2016)
  • Cape Canaveral Space Chute (1975-2010; parachute drop tower, replaced with Hurricane Swings)
  • Bert and Ernie's Dune Buggies (1984-1990; relocated to Playdium Finger Lakes)
  • Rubber Duckie Roundabout (1984-1990; relocated to Playdium Finger Lakes)
  • Kermit the Frog's F-1 Racers (1984-1990; relocated to Playdium Finger Lakes)

OthersEdit

  • Noah's Ark (1939-2015) (walk around)
  • Whale of a Time Theater (1976-1994) (killer whale show)
  • Tiger Tales (1986-2000) (tiger show)
  • Critter Country (1981-2016) (petting zoo)

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