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icon_STOPPark News - (4/2/22) Energylandia To Also Planning Vekoma Tilt Coaster For 2023
    (10/29/21) Energylandia Building A New Land With 10 Rides and 2 New Coasters for 2022


2022 - Sweet Valley / New Land - (11/2/21) A few new pieces of artwork from Energylandia show off the park’s new Choco Chip Creek mine train and the Honey Run family coaster. The post also confirms the land will feature a double-decker carousel, a tractor track and a coffee cups ride.

    (10/29/21) Energylandia has announced new details about their next planned expansion, called Sweet Valley. I’m told that the plan is to open the new themed area for 2022 with 10 new rides and attractions, including two new family coasters (Choco Chip Creek & Honey Harbour) along with other family friendly rides like the Candy Carousel, Crazy Barn, Lollypop Farm, Tree Grove, Tea & Treats and Choco Valley Mini Tour. Themeparks-EU has posted an update about it, along with some concept artwork of the land and new attractions.
    According to listing on RCDB, the Choco Chip Creek coaster will be a Vekoma Mine Train with three different lift hills and Honey Harbour appears to be another Vekoma junior coaster style experience based on the artwork, but as the park already has one of these (Energus), I’d expect this one offer a very different layout and experience.


icon_STOP2023 - Vekoma Tilt Coaster - Planned - (4/2/22) In the previous article we mentioned how Vekoma was reviving their new Tilt Coaster concept and bringing one to North America for the first time in 2023. But that wont be the only Tilt Coaster we see Vekoma built for 2023, as the long rumored Tilt Coaster planned for Energylandia is also said to be coming in 2023 and will be located somewhere near the park’s Zadra (RMC) roller coaster.
    According to the details listed on RCDB, the new Tilt Coaster will stand 147.6 feet tall and feature a long list of elements, including an Upward Zero-G-Roll, Triple Down, Twisted Camelback, Barrel Roll and much more.



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