Six Flags Great America

Little Dipper Roller Coaster

Little Dipper Roller Coaster is a roller coaster in Yukon Territory at Six Flags Great America. It's worth seeing on a time-permitting basis.

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Built by the Philadelphia Toboggan Company, this wooden family roller coaster ride is 700-feet long with a 30-foot lift hill, in a figure-eight track. The ride was built in 1950 and installed at the Kiddieland Amusement Park in Melrose Park, Illinois, which closed in 2009. In 2010, the ride was moved and reopened at Six Flags Great America.

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