A new roller coaster that is almost as long as a football field has been built in Wyoming.
The Wyoming Department of Public Safety announced the $25 million project at the end of May, with the roller coaster slated to open in 2021.
The park will feature over 150 different rides and attractions, including a giant water slide, a new speedboat, and a roller coaster of its own.
The ride, dubbed “the world’s longest roller coaster,” is scheduled to open its doors in 2021 and will feature a record breaking speed of 5.1 kilometers per hour, a capacity of 4,500 people, and an average speed of 10.3 kilometers per minute.
The total ride cost was estimated to be about $250 million.
It is not yet clear how the roller coasters will be constructed.
The state said it will use a mixture of concrete, steel, and timber.
It is unclear how the cost of the rollercoasters will compare to similar projects elsewhere in the country.
The state has a history of developing and testing new projects.
It also has several other roller coaster projects under development, including the longest, most complex roller coaster on the planet, the world record for a roller coaster, and the world tallest roller coaster.