Wednesday, August 16, 2017

We sent a reminder about National Roller Coaster Day to all of the theme parks and amusement parks in the USA primarily to find out if they would be celebrating this annual event.  We asked them if they will be planning any activities that day for the general public, roller coaster enthusiasts, etc.

As the various park reply and send notice as to what they will be doing on National Roller Coaster Day (if they are doing anything at all), we will include them in a compiled listing further down this page. We anticipate beginning to add park information by early summer all the way up to shortly before NRCD. Please check back for further information as we receive details from the parks. Thanks!

Be aware that the information found on this page has been provided by the parks listed. They alone are solely responsible for content including (but not limited to) various information, changes to scheduled activities, etc., that are scheduled to take place at their locations on National Roller Coaster Day 2017. If you have any questions about the day's activities at the park you plan to visit, please do NOT contact us for information. You will need to contact the respective park(s) for answers to any and all questions you may have.

The below listed amusement parks are offering special deals or events on National Roller Coaster Day (8/16/17).

Kings Mills, Ohio

Click here for Kings Island's website

August 16 is a big day in the amusement and theme park industry. It's National Roller Coaster Day celebrating the king of thrill rides, the roller coaster.  To celebrate, Kings Island is offering card-carrying members of the American Coaster Enthusiasts 30 minutes of exclusive ride time after the park closes at night on the world's longest wooden roller coaster, The Beast, and Mystic Timbers.  Park admission is required. A valid, active membership card must be presented at the respective ride entrances to participate in this event.

Middlebury, Connecticut

Click here for Quassy Amusement Park website

The park will be participating again on National Roller Coaster Day and will provide information when available. This year, they are working on a benefit project for children.

The above information was last updated on June 14, 2017.
Additional information will be added when received by the
parks should they decide to promote NRCD. Stay Tuned!