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The 5 Most Popular Rides in 2019 Were...

Jenae Mims

As a San Jose State University graduate with a Journalism degree, I enjoy being able to use my creativity to tell unique behind the scenes stories in a new perspective!

Can you guess which Great America attraction gave the most rides in 2019? It’s time to unveil the ridership numbers from last season…

5. Demon: 377,820 riders

4. Celebration Swings: 386,658 riders

3. Flight Deck: 451,084 riders

2. Carousel Columbia: 514,984 riders

1. Gold Striker: 531,500 riders

Other Fun Ridership Facts

  • Lucy’s Crabbie Cabbies was the most-ridden kiddie ride.
  • RailBlazer gave 367,209 rides, coming in right after Demon.
  • Delta Flyer, the sky ride that takes guests from the front of the park to the back of the park, gave more rides than Eagle's Flight, which brings riders from the back of the park to the front.

So far, between the 2018 and 2019 seasons, we have seen big shifts in which rides make the top five. Comment below which rides you think will make the top five in the 2020 season!

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