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1991, a small, classic-like amusement park opened to the public. There was something special that no other theme park had, a railroad. This was just not another railroad. Yet, it was a railroad that is still being used for more than just riding. On the Whiskey River Railway, there are shops that you will pass on the 3 mile journey into wild life. Shops that are still being used today for building cars, steam, and engines. You will also pass zebras, llamas, trees, and through a tunnel. It's the most popular family attraction in the area!
They opened with only a few rides and attractions. They decided to expand in 1993, 2 years after opening, with 3 roller coasters. One consist of a 90 degree lift hill that comes out through the top of a tower and spirals around the out side of the tower in which it came up from known as the Wild & Wooly Toboggan. It's one of the couple remaining in the world today. Others ones are Mad Mouse and Little Dipper. Mad Mouse is a family coaster with mild hills and exciting turns. Little Dipper is gentle for the young ones and has a great view of the kiddie section in which it circles around.