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An average spinning coaster, it can be hit or miss.
Other than Knotts Sierra Sidewinder, this is Americas best spinning coaster. The spinning was pretty good throughout and one ride was nonstop spinning and the layout was pretty good too. The helixes were actually quite thrilling and had some good Gs and the hills at the end had some decent air time. Only real negative is that its very short.
A great ride... easily reridable, with a great design. Several good airtime moments. It would have been nice if the ride were a bit longer - I dont know if it was worth $5. Very disorienting, but not sickening. Never a long line.. A spinner done right! 9/10
When I visited the park it was called Timberland Twister. It is a steel sit down mouse/spinning coaster built by Gerstlauer. It is 54' tall, 1,345' long, travels at 31 mph, and lasted 1:30.seconds. Very nice scenery adds to the park. The lights at night are nice also. Very long ride and wait time was long also. This ride did alot of spinning and I was definately dizzy when I got off of it. Rerideable but not one time after another. A nice addition to the park. The ride is fun, rerideable, it has a large capacity, and a long duration.
I really like these spinning coasters. Every ride is different, though rides with 3 people continue to be the best. I got in 4-5 rides on this during the day and before school days started to end the wait was never more than five minutes (even the worst wait was less than 15 minutes). Very rerideable with a lot dizzying forces and wild movements, the ride never disappointed me. Add on the indoor novelty and the layout wrapping around and rolling over the park and other rides, and Timberland Twister delivers as a fun little coaster.
I think this roller coaster needs more airtime, but otherwise its a lot of fun to go along the helixes and turns. It wasnt an unforgettable ride, but it is amazing that its all indoors.
APPEARANCE-8 Looks so much better being indoors and the lights at night are neat. CAPACITY-4 This and the flume were my two longest waits of the day. They should not have allowed so many half filled cars. RIDE QUALITY-5 I had just enough spinning but other then that last drop nothing that really stuck out in my mind. FUN-6 I liked this style of car better for a spinning coaster but I didnt enjoy the layout all that much. RERIDE-2 It only had about a ten minute wait and I had an all day band but once was enough for me. OVERALL-25 AVG-5.0 I feel it was a great addition to the park because it was about the only type of coaster you could add, it just wasnt for me. Sure it is more thrilling then ripsaw, but for me ripsaws park encompassing layout made it more fun.
This was a really cool ride, easily the best in the park. The spinning is effective in delivering thrills and makes every ride unique. You can see it from anywhere in the park so this is definately the most commanding attraction at the mall. The interaction with other rides such as Ripsaw and Kite Eating Tree adds to the ride and the small pop of air on the final hill will get you everytime. Fun ride that you should definately try if youre in the Twin Cities area.
A lot of fun and interacts well with the other rides and the trees creating many opportunities when you think you can reach out and touch something, until your car starts spinning in the opposite direction. Although my car didnt spin as much as I would have liked I did see plenty of other cars spinning more wildly. I just wasnt going to put out the dough for a all day wristband to experience the intense spinning. Unfortunatley the ride was done when I got to Camp Snoopy and when it got back up and 25 minute wait quickly materialized. But the ride was worth my $4.80 and 25 minutes.
Best ride in the park by far. A little short but the spin is great. Overall solid ride. Just needs to be a bit longer.
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