The Top 9 Roller Coasters In the USA

Iron Gwazi at Busch Gardens Tampa

Rocky Mountain Construction (RMC) created Iron Gwazi at Busch Gardens Tampa, a coaster blending intense thrill with flawless grace, offering a unique experience with standout.

Steel Vengeance at Cedar Point

Known as "Stevie," Steel Vengeance at Cedar Point in Ohio is a behemoth coaster by RMC, featuring massive airtime, dynamic inversions, and an unforgettable Outer Bank Airtime Hill

The Voyage at Holiday World

The Voyage in Indiana is renowned as the world's best wooden coaster, featuring relentless speed through forested terrain and iconic sections like the Spaghetti Bowl, offering a legendary experience especially.

Maverick at Cedar Point 

Maverick at Cedar Point features a compact yet thrilling layout with surprising launches, inversions, and a beyond-vertical drop, offering a dynamic ride experience akin to riding a bucking bronco.

Fury 325 at Carowinds

Fury 325 near Charlotte, NC, stands as one of the tallest coasters globally, offering a mind-numbing experience with its towering height, incredible speed, and terrifying first drop.

Mako at SeaWorld Orlando

Mako is a B&M hyper coaster known for its graceful and exhilarating ride experience, featuring multiple airtime hills and a classic out-n-back layout that delights coaster enthusiasts.

Velocicoaster at Islands of Adventure 

Velocicoaster at Universal Studios Orlando delivers high-intensity thrills with sleek trains, perfect restraints, and immersive theming, highlighted by exhilarating elements.

X2 at Six Flags Magic Mountain

X2 at Six Flags Magic Mountain is a groundbreaking "4D" coaster offering extreme G-forces and a jaw-dropping first drop, known for its unique ride experience that combines fear.

El Toro at Six Flags Great Adventure

El Toro is celebrated for its unparalleled airtime, especially on the first drop and hills, making it one of the top wooden coasters globally despite a less thrilling second half.