CANOBIE LAKE PARK
Park News - (4/1/23) The time has come to say goodbye to Tall Timber Splash at Canobie Lake Park. New pictures posted to the Coaster Chit Chat FB page show that demolition of the attraction has begun.
(3/13/2023) Announcements from Canobie Lake Park presented at ACE New England’s Great Nor’Easter event confirms that the park was planning to add a Zamperla NebulaZ ride in 2023 (See below), though the location has yet to be finalized. Another piece of news from the park is that they will be removing the Tall Timber Splash wet/dry waterslide over the off-season.
(3/20/22) We heard the rumors and reports that the Canobie Corkscrew was going to be leaving all last year after sitting idle. Earlier this month a photo was posted to Reddit of the ride, showing that the coaster is indeed being taken down. From the look of things, the coaster is being cut apart for scrap instead of being taken down carefully, so this appears to be the end of the road for the old Arrow Corkscrew that ran at the park since 1987, but was originally built in 1975 for the short lived Old Chicago park (1975-1980).
It was previously speculated that the coaster would be retired to make way for a possible future expansion of the waterpark. We’ll have to wait and see on that one.
2023- Zamperla NebulaZ - (1/9/2023) Based on the photo posted on the Canobie Lake Park website, the park will be adding a Zamperla NebulaZ flat ride for the 2023 season. The website promises that details about this new attraction will be posted there in the future, but I can only assume that the picture is accurate, so we already know what kind of ride it will be.