We stopped at this park on our way to Illinois, and Avalanche/Hellcat is a very good coaster! If you ever find yourself driving through the dells, this is a great place to make a 1/2 hour stop to get the credit.
If you are at the Dells, this is a must stop place. Just a 10 minute stop can get you a credit on the best coaster in Wisconsin Dells. I didn't mini-golf or ride their log flume... or do anything else... But it's fun. What more is there to say?
Hellcat is an awesome little coaster that is worth a stop if you are in the area. On my only visit I didn't ride the log flume or play mini golf but both of those attractions looked really good. If you are in the area visiting the Dells or M t. Olympus Hellcat is worth a stop, it's a fast, intense, air filled little coaster that packs a great punch for it's size.
Hell Cat, need I say more. Some call it Avalanche, some call it Hell Cat, the owners can't seem to make up their mind. Honestly, outside of the log ride there isn't much else at this establishment other than maybe some miniture golf. They offer a POP option for unlimited rides on Hell Cat/Avalanche or you can buy a single ride.
Timber Falls is a mini-golf course with a few rides and a coaster--but what a coaster! Hell Cat (or was that Avalanche?) is one wild woodie with a near perfect mix of insane airtime and lateral brutality, esp. when the train is full. It seems appropriate that the best coaster in the Wisconsin Dells circles a mini-golf course. Everyone needs to ride Hell Cat at least once before they die.
Timber Falls is a very nice park, but it's also an extremely little park. Despite it's small size, the park looks fantastic with great theming on both the ride side, and the mini golf side. Hellcat is IMO, the best coaster in Dells as it's not too rough, but still provides a great out of control feeling. The mini golf is above average with great theming as well as challenging and interesting holes. The log flume is also good with a nice layout that takes you through out the park, as well as two nice drops. The park is a bit on the expensive side with limited food options, but it is definitely worth a stop on any Dells trip, for the great coaster that is Hellcat.
This park is basically a mini-golf course with a coaster, log flume, and skyscraper. The park offers an all day wristband, but it is limited to 5 roller coaster rides. This is because in the past, people would get the wristband and attempt to ride the roller coaster 100 times in a day. The roller coaster has gotten noticeably slower and rougher over the years. Be sure to eat at Pedro's mexican restaurant while visiting this park.
While the park itself pretty much only contains mini-golf, it is a must visit because of the insane roller coaster that surrounds it. Avalanche or Hellcat or whatever it is called is my favorite coaster in the Dells area. They also do have a log flume ride as well.
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