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Land
Yukon Territory
Attraction type
Roller coaster
Manufacturer
Philadelphia Toboggan Company
Model
Junior Wooden Coaster
Height
28
Length
700
Opening Date
( Date not confirmed )

Six Flags Great America purchased the classic wooden rollercoaster, Little Dipper, from the closed Kiddieland amusement park in Chicago. The park paid $33,000 for the family coaster at an auction of Kiddieland's attractions, and reopened the ride under the same name for the 2010 season.

The Little Dipper is older than its new home, having originally opened in 1950, some 26 years before Six Flags Great America. Featuring a 28-foot tall lift-hill and 700-foot long figure eight circuit, it became the fourteenth rollercoaster at the Six Flags park

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