Some rides that SHOULD be in Kennywood's Steelers Country

Big Ben Bumper Cars:

This ride is not for the faint of heart. It's aggressive...Passive aggressive. Riders will sit face to face and are prone to bumping heads.

Kevin Colbert Kiddy Land:

This portion of the park was specially designed for children.

Antonio Brown Pitt Fall:

A stunning twist on an old classic. The "Antonio Brown Pitt Fall" will throw you off of a 14th story platform to a soft landing spot next to "Kevin Colbert's Kiddy Land." Top speed--100 miles per hour. Riders will be placed on the platform via helicopters. Be careful not to catch your hair in the blades!

Le'Veon Bell Roller Coaster:

It's like two rides in one, but the cost of this coaster was not as expensive as you'd think. It's been out of service for a year. Even prior to that there were multiple maintenance problems where the ride was shut down for portions of Kennywood's open season. You must be 260 pounds to ride. A replica has been built in New York, but it's not expected to be as good.

Mike Tomlin Maze:

You have only a few short minutes to navigate the 16 part labyrinth, so managing your time is crucial. There are various obstacles placed along the way. If your looking for a rest, unfortunately there are no timeouts. The course was successfully completed just once in 12 years, though much of the staff had been hired by the parks previous manager.

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