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NOTE: do not delete this, this is only for fun! It's not a new amusement park, but simply an alternate version of Schuyler Lake if it had been bought by Universal Parks & Resorts instead of Cedar Fair (there WILL be a lot of changes).

History Edit

The same as normal, but in 2011,Universal Parks & Resorts purchased the park for $30 million and renamed it "Universal Studios Schuyler Lake".,And on March 24,2011 Universal Studios Schuyler Lake Opened to the public.

Sections Edit

  • Production Central/Hollywood
  • New York
  • Sci-Fi City
  • Jurassic Park
  • Amity
  • Skull Island
  • Tooniversal Studios
    • Toon Lagoon ( One of the sub area’s of Tooniversal Studios)
    • Nickelodeon Central ( One of the sub area’s of Tooniversal Studios)
    • Springfeld ( One of the sub area’s of Tooniversal Studios)
    • The Great Valay ( One of the sub area’s of Tooniversal Studios)
    • Cartoon Network Central ( One of the sub area’s of Tooniversal Studios)
    • DreamWorks City (One of the sub area’s of Tooniversal Studios)
  • DC Superheroes
  • The Wizarding World of Harry Potter
  • SEGA Green Hill Zone City
  • Universal Studios KidZone Wonderland 
    • 123 Seasme Street (One of the sub area’s of Universal Studios KidZone Wonderland )
    • Seuss Landing (One of the sub area’s of Universal Studios KidZone Wonderland )
    • Snoopy Studios (One of the sub area’s of Universal Studios KidZone Wonderland)
    • The Story World of Eric Carle (One of the sub area’s of Universal Studios KidZone Wonderland )
    • Veggietales Movie Lot (One of the sub area’s of Universal Studios KidZone Wonderland)

Rides Edit

Roller coasters Edit

  • Revenge of the Mummy: The Ride - 2011 - A Premier Rides indoor coaster. Replaced  "Matrix". Located in the Ancient Egypt section.
  • Hollywood Rip Ride Rockit   - 2000 - An Intamin megacoaster. Formerly known as "Superman: Ride of Steel" (2000-2010). Located in the Production Central/Hollywood section.
  • Thing 1 and 2's Crazy Ride - 1984 - A PTC kiddie wooden coaster. Formerly known as "Roadrunner Express". Located in the Seuss Landing/Universal Studios Kid Zone Wonderland section.
  • Boomerang - 1991 - A Vekoma Boomerang coaster. Located in the Jurassic Park section.
  • Megalodon - 1999 - A 300 ft tall Morgan hypercoaster. Formerly known as "Goliath" (1999-2010). Located in the Jurassic Park section.
  • Jurassic Park: The Flying Dinosaur - 2011 - A B&M flying coaster. Located in the Jurassic Park section. 
  • Spongebob: Rock Bottom Plunge - 2011 - A Mack Rides wild mouse coaster. Located in the Nickelodeon Central section.
  • Super Grover's Vapor Trail - 2011 - A Vekoma Roller Skater roller coaster. Located in the 123 Seasme Street /Universal Studios Kid Zone Wonderland section. 
  • Snoopy's Grand Adventure - 2011 - A Gravity Group wooden coaster. Replaced Jack Rabbit II. Located in the Snoopy Studios/Universal Kid Zone Wonderland section.
  • The Incredible Hulk Coaster - 2011 - A B&M Tire Propelled Launch Coaster inspired by the film with the same name.Located in the Sci-Fi City section.
  • Battlestar Galactica - 1988 - An 200 feet Arrow Dynamics looping roller coaster Located in the Sci-Fi City section. Formerly known as "Steel Beast" (1988-2010).
  • Doctor Doom's Fearfall - 2001 An Intamin impulse coaster with an angled spike ala Six Flags Discovery Kingdom.  Located in the Sci-Fi City section. Formerly known as "V2: Vertical Velocity" (2011-2010).
  • Cavalier - 2004 - An Intamin accelerator coaster, and currently the tallest in the world at 495 feet. Located in the The Wizarding World of Harry Potter section.
  • Dragon Challenge - 2011 - A Intamin Impulse Launched Inverted Roller Coaster themed to the dragon from Harry Potter Located in the The Wizarding World of Harry Potter section.
  • Bart Simpson's Skatepark Spin - A Gerstlauer custom spinning coaster with a loop. Formerly known as "Tony Hawk's Big Spin" (2008-2010). Located in the Springfeld section.
  • Batman: The Dark Knight - A Indoor roller coaster/dark ride Located in the DC Superheroes section.
  • Superman: Ultimate Flight - 2011 - A Vekoma "Flying Dutchman" roller coaster Relocaed from TBA Located in the DC Superheroes section.
  • Shadow the Hedgehog - 2002 - A B&M floorless coaster. Formerly known as "Medusa" (2002-2010). Located in the SEGA Green Hill Zone City section.
  • Powerpuff Coaster  - 1993 - A B&M "Batman" inverted coaster. Located in the Cartoon Network Central section.
  • Woody Woodpecker's Nuthouse Coaster - 1976 - An Arrow Dynamics kiddie coaster. Formerly known as "Beastie" and "Sailor Schuyler". Located in the Universal Kid Zone Studios Wonderland section.
  • TBA

Flat rides Edit

Thrill RidesEdit

  • Buddy the Elf' Sparklejollytwinklejingly Ride - 2004 - A Huss Top Spin ride. Formerly known as "Big Apple Turnover". Located in the New York section. 
  • 'The Flying Dutchman 'Curse - 1978 - A Huss pirate ship ride. Formerly known as "Blackbeard's Ship". Located in Nickelodeon Universe section.
  • TreeHouse of Horrors - 1997 - A 200-foot tall Intamin Drop Tower formerly known as "Thrill Drop". Located in Springfield section. 
  • Teenage Muntant Ninja Turtles: Shell Rock - 2015 - A skyfly ride. Located at the Nickelodeon Universe section. 
  • TBA