Published on : Friday, August 18, 2017
Drivers on the multi-level track would be dubbed as the ‘Niagara Speedway’. It is going to comprise a spiral 40 feet up into the air prior to heading back downwards into an undulated track. It would, thereafter make a sharp turn following the footsteps of a formula racing-style track.
HOCO Entertainment and Resorts, a renowned tourism company is thinking of building the racing track along with a number of other attractions that is making its way to the Clifton Hill entertainment strip.
Fans of this popular Nintendo game would love to imagine that they are indulging in a real-life version of their favorite video game series as they race through the dramatic twists, turns and bumps across the exciting Niagara Speedway.
In fact, the elevated coaster is actually the very first of its kind in the region of Canada as per Joel Noden, the marketing director of HOCO.
It is also the biggest of its kind in North America, covering about one-third of a mile. This track is part of a larger project this company started construction on, way back in the year 2015. The goal was to offer more entertainment options to travellers heading to Niagara Falls.
Alongside the track, visitors would also bear testimony to a 4-D motion-theater zombie attack ride.
The ride places them in the midst of a zombie apocalypse and also a new arcade with 400 games. A Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Museum and another arcade with 150 additional games are also being planned. This place is also famed for the NiagaraSkyWheel that represents the largest observation wheel of Canada standing at a height of 175 feet.
Besides, the place is also home to the Dinosaur Adventure Golfpark that is the largest mini-golf attraction of Canada exhibiting a replica of a live volcano.
The construction on this track is expected to be finished this fall.
And, HOCO plans to open this attraction to the public within April 2018.