Rocky Mountain Construction Track Spotted at Kings Dominion

In celebration of Kings Dominion’s 2017 Opening Day, a Coaster Hub associate today visited the park and caught a glimpse of what is to come in 2018: Rocky Mountain Construction I-Box track. The track confirms our suspicions for Hurler to be revitalized as a Rocky Mountain Construction Iron Horse coaster in time for the 2018 season. The track sports the same color scheme as Cedar Point’s Mean Streak Rocky Mountain conversion, which is yet to be announced.

What do you think of a potential Rocky Mountain Construction conversion for Hurler? Let us know in the comments below and stay tuned for updates on the latest coaster news from around the world!

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6 thoughts on “Rocky Mountain Construction Track Spotted at Kings Dominion

  1. I think RMC Is doing the removal. This would be a weird time to be working on it if it’s not happening until late 2018

  2. Typical for Cedar Fair to not let anyone have a chance to say goodbye to a coaster. Just like with the Cedar Point Wildcat and the big one, Geauga Lake.

  3. I live Southern Doswell; this park already causes such a ruckus! More coasters and more people means my dogs can’t even go to sleep; SO MUCH NOISE! Y’all motherfuckers should be ashamed.

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