Named after Edgar Allen Poe's haunting poem, The Raven was one of Holiday World's first rides when it opened in Santa Claus, Indiana. Riders drop 85 feet into sheer darkness into a 120-foot-long tunnel and fly over 2,800 feet of track.
The Legend, a wooden roller coaster at Holiday World in Santa Claus, Indiana, races up to 60 mph over 4,042 feet of track through five dark tunnels, a double helix and more extreme tight turns than your stomach can handle.
With 24.3 seconds of zero gravity, the most of any wooden coaster, the Voyage has been the #1 wooden coaster at Holiday World five years in a row. Riders scream through 1.2 miles of track, five tunnels and 90-degree banking turns.
Thunderbird at Holiday World in Santa Claus, Indiana, rockets from zero to 60 mph in 3.5 seconds. America's first launched wing coaster speeds through hills, barns with tight keyholes and an inline twist before returning to home.
Lightning Run, a roller coaster in Louisville, Kentucky, plunges 100 feet at an 80-degree angle, travels at speeds of 55 mph, features nine airtime moments, extreme banking turns and a full 2,400 feet of turning tracks.
Storm Chaser, located at Kentucky Kingdom in Louisville, KY, is a hybrid roller coaster built of wood and steel that features a 10-story barrel roll drop, corkscrew inversion and breathtaking camelback hills.
Thunder Run, located at Kentucky Kingdom in Louisville, Kentucky, was made for wooden coaster lovers. It starts with a 90-foot trek skyward before it plummets 74 feet and races through 3,000 feet of track, sharp turns and camelback hills.