Canyon Coaster Adventure Park on Route 66 in Williams
Canyon Coaster Adventure Park on Route 66 in Williams is a new family-fun recreation park set to open in November 2021.
It features a variety of attractions for all ages, all year round.
The Canyon Coaster
The central attraction is a mountain coaster ride called The Canyon Coaster, which is built directly into the mountainside and spans several acres along the natural curvatures of the mountain. This thrill ride stretches over one mile on a stainless-steel-tube track that has all the bells and whistles of a roller coaster such as steep descents, hairpin turns, and 360-degree corkscrews. Here’s the kicker…the rider actually controls the speed of the coaster cart, which can reach max speeds of 30 mph.
This specific type of ride is unique to Arizona, too. Canyon Coaster in Williams is the first and only mountain coaster in The Grand Canyon State!
It has all the elements for uniqueness and is certain to bring ear-to-ear smiles for everyone in the family all year round.
Those who plan to visit Williams between November to April can now experience the joy of tubing down snow-covered slopes. Snow tubing is always a hoot! Canyon Coaster Adventure Park has an 8-lane tubing hill that gives everyone in the family an opportunity to enjoy this fun-filled activity.
The tubing hill has two uphill lifts, which are comprised of a large moving conveyor belt, similar to an airport terminal people mover that transports riders to the top of snow-packed slopes. The lifts eliminates the stress of climbing the hill, which in turn provides opportunity for more downhill fun! For added comfort, one of the conveyers comes equipped with a Plexiglass cover for those snowy, chilly days.
Canyon Coaster has ski-resort quality snowmaking systems to assure there is always snow for snow-tubing family fun from November to April, even when Mother Nature is a little slow to deliver. The tubing park also grooms its runs nightly, just as ski resorts do.
The base lodge is the center hub of Canyon Coaster Adventure Park where visitors can grab a bite to eat to satisfy those hunger cravings. The restaurant offers a variety of food choices from tacos to burgers to ice-cream treats. Plus there’s a full bar on site. The base lodge offers over 3,000 sq. ft. of outdoor covered decking, which provides excellent vantage points for parents to watch their kids play on the nearby attractions, including The Canyon Coaster ride that wraps around the base lodge building on its final descent.