Eruowood's Wonderland is an amusement park located in Eruowood that is owned by Six Flags.


The park was opened in 1977 as the first international park of Taft Broadcasting. In 1990 the park added an inclusive water park called "Wonder Island".

In 1993, the park was sold to Paramount Parks and was renamed Paramount's Eruowood's Wonderland.

In 2007 the park was sold to Six Flags and all of the Paramount Pictures references including the Nickelodeon characters were removed from the park.

Current rides

Roller coasters

Name Year Opened Description
Batman: The Ride 1993 A Bolliger & Mabillard inverted roller coaster. Formerly known as "Top Gun: The Ride" (1993-2006). This was the first B&M inverted roller coaster in Eruowood.
The Beast 1987 A TOGO stand-up roller coaster. This is the last operating TOGO stand-up roller coaster in Eruowood. Given a gold train in 2011 for the chainwide 50th anniversary.
Beastie 1977 A PTC wooden family coaster. Formerly known as "Nickelodeon Orange Streak" (2004-2006) and "Scooby-Doo Roller Ghoster" (1977-2003).
Bizarro 2004 A Maurer spinning coaster. Formerly known as "Fairly Odd-Coaster" (2004-2006).
Flying Machine 1998 A Caripro "Batflyer" roller coaster. Formerly known as "Danny Phantom Ghost Flyer" (2004-2006) and "The Bat Jr." (1998-2003).
Goliath 2017 A 360-foot tall Bolliger & Mabillard Giga coaster. Built on the old Tomb Raider and The Bat sites.
Hurler 1994 An Arrow Dynamics looping roller coaster.
Racer 1977 A PTC wooden racing roller coaster.
Roadrunner Express 2004 An E&F Miller kiddie coaster. Formerly known as "Little Bill's Giggle Coaster" (2004-2006).
Top Rush Thriller 2006 An Intamin Accelerator roller coaster. Currently the world's tallest roller coaster. It was the last major addition to the park under Paramount ownership.

Water Rides

Name Year Opened Description
Bamboo Chute 1995 An Arrow Dynamics log flume ride. Formerly known as "Congo Falls" (1995-2006). This was the last log flume ride built by Arrow Dynamics.
Rip Roaring Rapids 1985 An Intamin river rapids ride.

Flat Rides


Name Year Opened Description
Delirium 2005 A Huss Giant Frisbee ride.
Merrie Melodies Carousel 1977 A carousel ride. Formerly known as "Nicktoons-A-Round" (2004-2006) and "Hanna-Barberry Go Round" (1977-2003).
Ranger 1984 A Huss Ranger ride.
1977 A Mack Sea Storm ride. Formerly known as "Sea Storm" (1977-1992).
Skatepark Spin 2004 A Zamperla Mega Disk'O ride. Formerly known as Tony Hawk's Big Spin" (2007-2010) and "Rocket Power Halfpipe" (2004-2006).
Stunt Drop 1982 An Intamin first generation Free Fall ride. Formerly known as "Free Fall" (1982-1992).
Talon Attack 2001 A Zamperla Hawk 24 ride.
Turnpike 1977 An Arrow Dynamics guided track ride with 1950s style cars. Formerly known as "TV Land Turnpike" (2004-2006) and "T-Bird Turnpike" (1977-2003).
Typhoon Twister 1977 A Scrambler ride. Formerly known as "Scrambler" (1977-1992).
Wave Swinger 1977 A Wave Swinger ride.


Name Year Opened Description
Daffy's Dvier 2004 A Zamperla Crazy Bus ride. Formerly known as "SpongeBob's Lobster Roll" (2004-2006).
Taz Twister 1977 A kiddie Wave Swinger ride. Formerly known as "Slime Time Swings" (2004-2006) and "Top Cat's Swing Time" (1977-2003).
Tweety's Escape 1977 A Traver Kiddie Tumble Bug Ride. Formerly known as "Mr. Krabs' Krabby Patties" (2004-2006) and "Boo Boo's Baggage Claim" (1977-2003).

Former rides

Name Year Opened Year Closed Description
The Bat 1984 2016 An Arrow Dynamics suspended swing roller coaster. It was the first suspended coaster built in Eruowood. Replaced with Goliath.
Little Dipper 1977 2003 A Bradley and Kaye kiddie coaster. Replaced with Roadrunner Express.
Tomb Raider: The Ride 2002 2006 An enclosed Huss Giant Top Spin ride with extensive theming based on the Tomb Raider video games and movie. The building remained dormant from 2007 to 2016 when most of it was demolished to make way for Goliath. A portion of the building remains for Goliath's que line.
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